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Truck racing began in Australia in 1988 at a rain soaked Calder Park raceway in Melbourne. The race trucks were simply road-going tractor/prime mover units, which were unhooked from their trailers, had a race seat and harness fitted, then put onto the track to race.
The trucks came in all different forms with sleeper-cabs fitted and bogie drive units etc.
Experience what it’s like in the passenger seat of one of Australia’s Super Trucks. Reaching speeds up to 160km / hour for 1 exhilarating lap that you will be sure to remember.