Antro Supertrucks and the teams involved are pleased to announce they will be participate in the 2017 Alexandra Truck, Ute & Rod Show. What a great opportunity to raise the awareness of this unique sport.
Truck racing has been around since 1988 in Australia, with the first meeting at Calder Park. The first race had names such as Dick Johnson and Allan Grice on the starting grid. Since then the category has seen many changes.
Originally the trucks were mostly road going rigs fitted with role cages, some bogie drive. This has evolved into purpose built, highly modified race trucks with only the chassis, cabin and engine resembling a road going unit .
The trucks in today’s field consist of 3 different categories:
A class supertruck. 1200 – 1500 HP automatic
B class supertruck 800 – 1000 HP manual
Light truck usually Isuzu: 600 – 800 HP (auto or manuaul)
The trucks on display at the show will consist of all 3 categories.
What at treat. For more detailed information visit the competition website.