GITI NSW Super Truck Championships

PAST SUCCESS: Frank Ambrossa, who is in sixth spot in the 2017 championships, leads onto the straight at Wakefield Park during a May 2014 race. Photo: Darryl Fernance
PAST SUCCESS: Frank Ambrossa, who is in sixth spot in the 2017 championships, leads onto the straight at Wakefield Park during a May 2014 race. Photo: Darryl Fernance

 This weekend Wakefield Park Raceway is hosting the Australian Auto-Sport Alliance GITI NSW State Championships for Super Trucks. This is the final major competition weekend till 2018 at the Goulburn 2.2 kilometre circuit.

Since it was first introduced to Goulburn several years ago Super Truck racing  has proved a crowd favourite.  Round four of the GITI Super Truck Nationals will feature races including:

  • A Class Super truck - 1200 - 1500 HP automatic
  • B Class Super Truck - 800- 1200 HP manual
  • Light Truck usually Isuzu 600 - 800 HP automatic or manual.

Between the truck racing there will be plenty of other on track action with the Legend Cars, extremely competitive single class racing of the Excels and Pulsars For those who like the slightly older machines there are the Stock Cars and invited sports sedans.

 If you haven't experienced motor racing at Wakefield Park, this is a great weekend to head out and watch. There is room for the kids to play up on the hill and you can view almost the entire track. Watch from the comfort of your own vehicle or bring your chairs and choose from several vantage points. Racing starts at 9am on Saturday, with the final championship races on Sunday.

Super Truck Championship 2017 team points:

  • 1 STEVEN ZAMMIT 211
  • 2 BARRY BUTWELL 175
  • 3 SHANNON SMITH 169
  • 4 MARCUS PRILLWITZ 126
  • 5 CRAIG YARDY 112
  • 6 FRANK AMOROSO 112
  • 7 ROBERT FERN 107
  • 8 LACHLAN FERN 75
  • 9 ANTHONY TRINGALI 59
  • 10 MARK SCHUTZ 16

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