FORT WORTH, Texas — The 38th Annual Shell Rotella SuperRigs will put drivers and their trucks center stage at Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth June 4-6 as part of a high-powered IndyCar Series and NASCAR Truck Series weekend. The truck beauty contest will be held inside the track in front of thousands of racing fans.
Hardworking truckers will have the opportunity to witness the excitement of the wheel-to-wheel competition of IndyCar racing and NASCAR truck racing at the Speedway which is located conveniently off Interstate 35. Each registered contestant will receive a ticket for both races and up to three additional tickets for family and friends.
Texas Motor Speedway Races:
- NASCAR Truck Series: The NASCAR Gander RV and Outdoors truck series takes the green flag at 8 p.m. CT on Friday, June 5.
- IndyCar Series: The Texas Indy 600 NTT IndyCar race will get underway on AT 7:30 p.m. CT on Saturday, June 6.
SuperRigs has a long-standing tradition of being an event about community, and with additional activities planned for contestants and their families, the 38th installment of the event aims to deliver that once again. Information about travel in and out of the speedway during the weekend will be shared as the celebration approaches.
The Shell Rotella SuperRigs competition is a truck beauty contest that allows owner-operator truckers from across the U. S. and Canada to compete for more than $25,000 in cash and prizes. Twelve drivers will be selected to have their trucks featured in the 2021 Shell Rotella SuperRigs calendar.
Event registration will open in advance of SuperRigs and is recommended, but not required. For more information about Shell Rotella SuperRigs, visit Rotella.com.
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