SuperRigs heading to Lone Star State

This 2007 Peterbilt 379 EXHD, owned by Truett and Crystal Novosad with Texas-based Equipment Express, captured Best of Show honors at 2023 Shell Rotella SuperRigs in Gillette, Wyoming.
This 2007 Peterbilt 379 EXHD, owned by Truett and Crystal Novosad with Texas-based Equipment Express, captured Best of Show honors at 2023 Shell Rotella SuperRigs in Gillette, Wyoming.

The 42nd edition of the Shell Rotella SuperRigs working truck show is heading to Texas.

This year, the truck beauty contest is rolling into Texas Motor Speedway in Dallas-Fort Worth from May 30-June 1 to showcase some of North America's most stunning big rigs.

There are numerous events and activities being planned that will honor the hardworking spirit of truck drivers, the company said. SuperRigs contestants, their families, and the community will be able to see some of the best-looking and hardest-working big rigs in North America, all while enjoying some family fun throughout the three-day event.

This year's competition will feature more than 20 awards, including Best Chrome, Best Lights, and the prestigious Best of Show. Owner-operators from the U.S. and Canada will compete for more than $25,000 in cash and prizes, all told. Plus, 12 drivers will earn the honor of having their truck featured in the 2025 Shell Rotella SuperRigs Calendar.

There is no fee to enter. The 2024 SuperRigs event registration link will be released soon, the company noted.

[Related: 'Doc Holliday' Peterbilt 379 wins top honors at SuperRigs]

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