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VAILO Adelaide 500 launched and concert headliners revealed

It’s set to be an action packed VAILO Adelaide 500 this year after the final round of the Repco Supercars Championship was launched.

This headlined by a big return as the Boost Mobile Stadium Super Trucks will take to the circuit adding plenty of action and star power as the category will be led by multi-discipline ace Robby Gordon.

It’s a homecoming of sorts for the category as it returns to the same event it debuted at in 2015.

“The VAILO Adelaide 500 is one of my favourite events and street circuits in the world and I’d like to thank all our supporters in Adelaide and Australia for their continued support to see us race down under again,” Gordon said.

“Our teams and drivers will be sure to put on a show for fans of all ages once again on the streets of Adelaide, and it’ll be a show you don’t want to miss.”

Another famous name in the form of Brabham will take to the grid as Matt makes his Australian racing return, with VAILO Adelaide 500 Chief Executive Mark Warren excited to have the category return.

“Fans have been eager for the Stadium Super Trucks to return to Australia, and so in 2024 it was our mission to bring them back to their unofficial home in Australia: the VAILO Adelaide 500.

“We are committed to delivering the best and most entertaining motorsport line-up across all four days of the VAILO Adelaide 500, and we can’t wait to see the trucks flying across the Adelaide track once again this November.”

The Boost Mobile Stadium Super Trucks joined a stacked support cast including Dunlop Super2, Paynter Dixon Porsche Carrera Cup Australia Championship, Trans Am and V8 SuperUtes.

Off track, a stacked line-up has been announced beginning on Saturday as Crowded House will perform supported by Meg Mac.

Legendary band Cold Chisel headline Sunday’s closing night in what is a home concert for the South Australian-originated act. The Cruel Sea and The Superjesus will be the supports completing an all-Australian rock band line-up.