NASCAR Driver To Revive Off-Road Stadium Racing.1

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NASCAR driver Robby Gordon aims to bring back stadium off-road racing to the scene. Gordon, the son of former off-road superstar “Baja Bob” Gordon, rolled out the Robby Gordon’s Stadium Super Trucks. The series is scheduled to start next year, 17 years after the reign of a famous off-road event series started by the late Mickey Thompson ended. Gordon promised to announce further details as the event draws near.

The Stadium Super Trucks will offer an award of $40,000 to the winner. The runner-up will get to take home $15,000, while the third placer will receive $5,000. The series champion wouldn’t just receive the cash prize, as he will also bag a payout of $500,000. The rewards are seen as a good start for the series even if they are not as grandiose as NASCAR prizes. It is understandable though because the series is just beginning, with only a single sponsorship from Traxxas, an R/C car builder. People and off-road race experts are waiting if the series can gain more sponsors to make it a bigger event. Renting a Car in Italy.