SPEED Energy Stadium SUPER Trucks Presented by TRAXXAS 2016 Year in Review to Air on CBS Sports Network TONIGHT

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Charlotte, North Carolina (January 11, 2017) – CBS Sports Network will broadcast the 2016 SPEED Energy Stadium SUPER Trucks Presented by TRAXXAS Year in Review on Monday, January 16 at 11 p.m. ET (8 p.m. PT).
Join the voice of Stadium SUPER Trucks Sean Sermini, as him and Matt Naulty take a look back at all the wild action that took place Down Under in 2016.
The one-hour broadcast will feature all nine exciting races that took place in Australia from the opening rounds at the Clipsal 500 in Adelaide, South Australia; the first visit to the Castrol EDGE Townsville 400 in Townsville, Queensland; and the return to the ever popular Gold Coast 600 at Surfer Paradise.
SPEED Energy Stadium SUPER Trucks feature identically prepared trucks, which are made to resemble their scaled-down TRAXXAS radio-control-car counterparts. Like their TRAXXAS namesake, SST trucks are designed to take flight. However, unlike RC trucks, they produce 600 horsepower generating speeds upwards of 140 miles per hour hitting multiple strategically placed man-made aluminum ramps.
The 2017 SST World Championship will see the excitement of the SPEED Energy Stadium SUPER Trucks Presented by TRAXXAS return to the track March 3-5 in Adelaide, South Australia for the opening rounds of the 2017 season.
A whole host of new and old talent will be out to gun for 2015 & 2016 SST World Champion Sheldon Creed.
About SPEED Energy Stadium SUPER Trucks Presented by TRAXXAS 

Influenced by the former Mickey Thompson Stadium Off-Road Racing Series, where drivers such as Gordon, Casey Mears and six-time NASCAR champion Jimmie Johnson got their start, Gordon created SST in response to the public’s overwhelming interest in trucks and off-road racing. His plan to re-launch the former stadium series has led to exciting racing on both asphalt and dirt, while producing one of the most extreme forms of action sports today.

Other than the trucks launching 20 feet in the air covering distances more than 150 feet, what sets the SST program apart from other series is the fact that all the SST trucks are identically prepared and delivered to drivers in race-ready condition. Race winners are decided by driver skill rather than individual team engineering and budgets. Drivers and their personal mechanics are assigned specific SST mechanics who together tune and make minor adjustments to the 600-horsepower trucks.
Media Contact: Chris Hecht
SPEED Energy Stadium SUPER Trucks Presented by TRAXXAS

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