WRR TV: Stadium Super Trucks Prove That Jumps Make Racing Better
By Bradley Iger
July 28, 2014
We're used to seeing some high speed action
at Detroit's Belle Isle circuit when a series like the Pirelli World Challenge comes to town, but when the Stadium Super Trucks
hit the street circuits they bring a whole new bag of tricks with them, and it includes lots of wheel-up cornering and gratuitous airtime.
The Stadium Super Trucks series features identically prepared trucks which are designed to resemble their scaled-down Traxxas radio-controlled counterparts, and like their Traxxas namesake the trucks are designed to take flight. However, unlike RC trucks, their V8 engines produce upwards of 600 horsepower, allowing these trucks to reach speeds of up to 130 miles per hour.
Here we're riding along with Winding Road friend and racer Aaron Bambach in his #87 BZ'S Twisted Coffee, 3Dimensional.com truck, which would eventually land Aaron a third place finish in the race:
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