Need something to do down south next weekend?
Take a break from 2290 filing and explore the world of Bandit Truck Racing with the upcoming Bandit Truck Series race.
Saturday, August 31 is the Bandit Big Rig Series race in Pensacola, Florida!
New to Bandit Racing and have no idea what I’m talking about?
Here’s everything you need to know about Bandit Racing and the Bandit Big Rig Series in particular.
Let’s get started!
Everything You Need to Know About Bandit Truck Racing
What is Bandit Racing?
Bandit Racing is essentially truck racing for the trucking industry.
Each Bandit Truck Series offers a fun, family-oriented entertainment opportunity to watch the best truckers in action.
Who knew truck driving could be so exciting!?
Bandit Truck Racing is coined the “workin’ man’s race series”, with rules structured to make Bandit Racing trucks affordable and accessible. Essentially, you can’t buy a best trucker title.
What is the Bandit Big Rig Series?
The Bandit Big Rig Series runs from March 23rd to October 12th, with 12 truck racing events across the country.
Bandit truck racing brings day-long hot shot trucking entertainment to trucking professionals, their families, and trucking enthusiasts alike.
The Bandit Big Rig Series, in particular, focuses on big rig truck racing on short tracks across the United States. This series was designed to be affordable and accessible for anyone wishing to put together a race team.
Details on the Upcoming Bandit Big Rig Series Race
The Bandit Truck Series race coming up on August 31st will be held at the iconic Five Flags Speedway in Pensacola, Florida.
Kids 8 and under will get in free! VIP tickets, specialty seating, and discounts are available on the Bandit Truck Racing website.
Bring the whole family out for a fun night of big truck racing!
Each series race affects the competing truckers’ place amongst the competition. The previous race, held at Kalamazoo Speedway, saw Mark “The Wheelman” Noble capture his first 2019 victory.
Noble is now only 20 points behind current leader and two-time defending champion, Ricky Rude.
Big truck racing has been more exciting than ever this year, with 7 feature winners in 8 races. With only 3 races left in the season, the stakes are high!
Don’t let the excitement get to you just yet.
Before you head into a great weekend of hot shot trucking, take care of business with ExpressTruckTax
File your IRS Form 2290 in as little as 10 minutes and get the work out of the way before your big Bandit Truck Series weekend.
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Already finished? Great! We’ll see you out on the track.
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