The ChampTruck World Series will drop the green flag on its second season this weekend at Palm Beach International Raceway in Juniper, Fla.
The first weekend of races will begin Saturday, April 9 and continue on Sunday. Saturday’s action will feature two ChampTruck practice sessions, a driver autograph session, a qualifying session and a heat race. Sunday will feature three heat races, an autograph session and the 3 p.m. Eastern Podium Race to decide the weekend’s winner.
Tickets are available at the track the days of the races for $10 per person, per day, or $15 per person for the two-day event. Each paid adult can bring three children under the age of 15 for free.
A field of drivers will compete throughout a 10-race season that goes through the end of October for the series’ championship. Last year, Mack technician Mike Morgan took home the driver points championship.
For complete coverage of last year’s events – including videos, photos and team profiles – and updates throughout this season, visit OverdriveOnline.com/ChampTruck.