In a hard Stadium Super Trucks wreck over the summer, Australian driver Matt Mingay sustained major injuries that included a loss of his jaw. He made it out of critical condition and through being revived on the scene, and his interview months after the wreck is powerful on an entire spectrum of emotions.
Australian driver Matt Mingay went to the hospital in critical condition after a wreck in the Stadium Super Trucks race on Saturday, according to reports. His condition has since been upgraded to serious but stable, but Mingay reportedly suffered facial injuries during the rollover.
Most of us would be very tempted to strike a deal with Lucifer himself if we could go racing every weekend. For Tyler McQuarrie, all he had to do was find the right sponsor. He’ll be racing in six different series this year (which is insane and unheard of) and we couldn’t be more jealous.
We love Stadium Super Trucks because they do everything bigger and crazier—even with wipe-outs and camera angles of said wipe-outs. Enjoy this harrowing ride-along aboard a truck that gets thrown into a catch fence.
Matt Brabham certainly got knocked around a bit this weekend in his Stadium Super Truck, but nothing quite matched this incredible jump from Race 3 at the Surfers Paradise Street Circuit. How? What? Huuuuh? I don’t eve—how?
Matt Brabham is a professional driver in the Stadium Super Trucks racing series. But even legends forget to turn at pivotal moments sometimes.
The high-flying two-wheeling Stadium Super Trucks are racing all weekend in Gold Coast, Australia and there have already been enough crashes for an awesome highlight reel.
What’s the difference between a crash and a stunt? ‘Round here we say; “landing on your wheels, bro!” Here’s how Robby Gordon brought the noise to the Estate Of Lord March at the 2015 Goodwood Festival Of Speed.
Robby Gordon and Sheldon Creed are basically showing you what Stadium Super Trucks is all about right here; insane driving talent plus hilarious antics. I could watch this all day.
Rusty Wallace isn’t just any ex-NASCAR racer. On top of an extremely successful NASCAR career, he’s also been a television commentator and a team owner. He is perhaps the least expected entry in this year’s X Games. How did he end up in this year’s Off-Road Truck races? He sat down with Speed City to explain.
Sure, Keegan Kincaid took the checkered flag at the Stadium Super Trucks race in Adelaide, but the real winner – just for sheer badassitude – was Sheldon Creed.
Stadium Super Trucks is, by far and away, the perfect race series for someone who cares for nothing about racing. Do you really care which driver hates which? No. Do you really care whose dad was whose? No. Do you even care who wins? Not really. But it's loud, it's fast, it's slidey, and, oh yeah, SWEET JUMPS.
Stadium Super Trucks: they're great on dirt, they're legendary on pavement, and they're apparently quite capable on two wheels, too.
This weekend brings us TUSC and IndyCar racing in Detroit, but not before the Stadium Super Trucks had a go. And the SSTs are the only ones that truly fly. Halston Pitman over at Motorsport Media caught them in all their crazy, silly, amazing glory.
The laughably wacky and righteously entertaining Stadium Super Trucks are racing at Indy today at 3:10 PM EST, and you'll be able to watch it for free right here.