Sheldon Creed Wins Stadium SUPER Trucks Sand Sports Show Sunday Finale

Tuesday, Sep 22 929
Sheldon Creed of Alpine, Calif. picked up right where he left off the night before in the SPEED Energy Stadium SUPER Trucks Presented by TRAXXAS series by capturing the SST Sand Sports Super Show Sunday Finale on the temporary dirt/asphalt short course at the OC Fair & Event Center.

Creed’s TRAXXAS-sponsored truck fought hard alongside Orange, California’s Robby Gordon for most of the race until Gordon made a late mistake on the final lap trying to get past Creed, which resulted in a loss of valuable track time. Creed would go on to capture the victory over Gordon’s Arctic Cat Wildcat No.7, and third place finisher Burt Jenner in his Gladiator truck.

Arizona’s Scotty Steele came home fourth driving Bill Hynes No. 57 LIVE/ UFD /Think Loud Investments truck after his No. 48 had significant damage after the heat race. Friday night’s winner PJ Jones finished fifth in his TRAXXAS truck substitute driving for Keegan Kincaid. Augie Lerch in the SPEED High Performance Accessories finished in the sixth position. After rolling over early in the event New Zealand’s Mad Mike Whiddett crossed the finish line in the seventh position in a beaten and battered LIVE/ UFD / Think Loud Recordings driving for E.J. Viso. Rounding out the field Austin, Texas driver Charles Dorrance would finish in the eighth position.

CBSSN will broadcast the races from the Sand Sports Super Show at 4 p.m. PDT on October 10 with a repeat airing the same night at 8 p.m. PDT.

Following its trip to Costa Mesa, SPEED Energy Stadium SUPER Trucks will shift back to Australia for two events October 23-25 on the streets of Surfers Paradise, Queensland with V8 Supercars followed by a standalone stadium race October 31 at the Spotless Stadium Sydney Showgrounds in Sydney. The 2015 season will conclude and a champion will be crowned the following week November 5 in Las Vegas in conjunction with the SEMA Show.
Adam Sinclair

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