SuperLite Lets You Be a Pro Truck Racer For a Weekend

RENO, NV – OCTOBER 29, 2010:  Sit behind the wheel of a SuperLite Truck and take the green flag at a Lucas Oil Off Road Race with huge crowds in the stands watching you race against some of the biggest names including Metal Mulisha’s Jeremy “Twitch” Stenberg and General Tires Jeff “Ox” Kargola.  Take the checker flag and pull up to the podium, stand on the roof cheering while the whole crew cheers and congratulates you.  Champagne spray all over the trophy girls, get interviewed for SuperLite Live TV and then parade back to the SuperLite Semi where your pit crew works on the truck to prepare it for the next race, while you lounge in the Hospitality area.  When the races are over, head back to the airport and fly home.  The life of a Race Truck Driver.

All of this is possible with the new SuperLite Arrive and Drive Program.   Arrive with your safety gear and Drive in a race ready SuperLite Truck at the next Lucas Oil Off Road Race, or make a season commitment to race with the team full time for the 2011 season.  Setup a training day ahead of the race to ensure success when on the track.

When you Arrive at the track there will be a fully prepared SuperLite off-road race truck waiting for you in a professional pit under a semi awning.  You will be assigned a professional pit crew including a designated crew chief and spotter.  All race support equipment is at hand along with a full set of high performance off-road tires and VP Racing high performance race fuel.  The semi has a hospitality area for you and a guest.   You will be included in a series of marketing and promotion opportunities including but not limited to Lucas Oil Off Road Television coverage and the SuperLite Championship TV series.

When you Drive at the test track, you will learn from the best drivers including Chuck Dempsey how to successfully race, jump, turn, and win in a truck on a short course track.  Once completing the training day, you will line up with the whole field of SuperLites for a weekend of racing at the Lucas Oil Off Road Race of your choice.  A typical weekend includes practice and qualifying on Friday, with Main Events on both Saturday and Sunday as part of the main show.   Each of the main event consists of 13 laps completing a true racing experience with two opportunities to take home the first place trophy and a cash purse.

The season lease package is $52,500 for a 7 race series (includes entry fees) or a single race weekend rental package price is $7,500 (plus entry fees).  There is a crash damage deposit of $5,000, and the driver is responsible for all crash damage beyond normal wear and tear. There may be marketing real estate on truck for personal sponsors, but need to be pre-determined.  Test days are only $1500 which include a complete race prepped truck on quality track with full support.

Join the SuperLite Race Team for the 2011 Lucas Oil Off Road Series and be a star on SuperLite Live, hosted by Chuck Dempsey.  Watch the coverage, see the highlight videos and sign up now to get the “On The Air” notices at (click Follow).

Contact Today:

SuperLite Championship Marketing Partners –  Speed Technologies, Exotic Engine Development, Fox Racing Shox, Lucas Oil Products, ProComm Radios

About SuperLite Championship: The SuperLite Series races every round of the 2010 Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series (LOORRS) short course off-road race schedule as well as high-profile invitational races. The single seat truck chassis’ are equally set up with Mazda engines prepped for competition by Exotic Engine Development making it a race of the racers, not necessarily of the rides.  There are a number of ways to secure your seat behind the wheel of a SuperLite Championship Truck.


SuperLite Christmas Buyers Guide – DOWNLOAD WORD DOC

0 replies

Leave a Reply

Want to join the discussion?
Feel free to contribute!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>