Nashville, TN (Monday, February 24, 2020) – Officials with Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway have issued a technical bulletin for Super Truck competition in 2020 as a result of the division rules meeting held on Saturday, February 22, 2020.


Built or ‘Machined’ engines will be allowed in the Super Truck division for the 2020 race season. Maximum RPM is 6,600.

604 Crate Engines, GM only, are allowed. Maximum RPM is 6,400. Pro Late Model (CRA) engine rules apply for Super Trucks with the exemption of SEAL requirements for 2020.

602 Crate Engines, GM only, are allowed. A 100-pound weight break will be implemented.


The Super Truck tire compounds will match that of the Pro Late Model division. There will not be a minimum tire purchase per event. Tires may be purchased at anytime. Use of tire softening or altering agents are not permitted. Tire inspection and the use of standard lab testing procedures will be performed.

Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway thanks Super Truck teams for their professional input with assembling the rules package and continued support as the new management team transitions into the 2020 racing season.

Track Enterprises and D&D Events have teamed-up to promote nine high-quality racing programs at Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway that incorporates three national events and six local exclusive shows. There is a pre-season practice and media day scheduled for Saturday, April 11th. Opening night is Saturday, April 18th.

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