The following is a list of tracks that have hosted a Stadium Super Trucks race weekend.
True to the series name, the trucks originally raced mainly in American football stadiums on special dirt courses in emulation of the Mickey Thompson Entertainment Group stadium truck championship; four of the ten tracks that hosted a race during the inaugural season in 2013 were National Football League venues. From 2014 onward, the series began to shift toward road courses and street circuits as a support class for the IndyCar Series, a decision that founder Robby Gordon explained in 2017 helped bring the off-road-centric discipline to a "completely different fan audience." The track layout for these support races follow the IndyCar configuration but add aluminum ramps that enable the trucks to go airborne. SST has also supported other championships and events such as NASCAR and the Race of Champions. The Boost Mobile Super Trucks, SST's standalone Australian series, mainly supports the Supercars Championship. SST began racing in Oceania in 2015. Much of the trucks' Australian competition has come under Motorsport Australia sanction, though the series has also supported the Australian Auto Sport Alliance and Ultimate Sprintcar Championship.
Despite shifting to being the undercard for major racing disciplines, the series has continued to host standalone events on occasion such as the Race & Rock World Championship at Lake Elsinore Diamond and the Robby Gordon Off-Road World Championships at Glen Helen Regional Park. Although SST has also participated at events such as the Goodwood Festival of Speed and Race of Champions in 2014 and conducted special races such as the 2016 Mike's Peak Hill Climb Challenge in Baja California, those host sites are not listed below as they are not considered official SST races.
|Supporting the IndyCar Series|
|Supporting the Supercars Championship|
|Supporting IndyCar and NASCAR|
|Standalone; SST is either the main or only event of the weekend|
"Rounds Held" refers to the total number of race weekends hosted by a track, while "Races Held" means the amount of races held. A round can consist of multiple races. Heat races are not included.
|Track||Type||Location||Seasons||Rounds Held||Races Held||Supporting|
|Bristol Motor Speedway||TBA||Bristol, Tennessee||2022||Bristol 1000|
|Long Beach Street Circuit||Street circuit||Long Beach, California||2013–2019, 2021–2022||9||17||Grand Prix of Long Beach|
|Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course||Road course||Lexington, Ohio||2019, 2021–2022||5||10||Indy 200 at Mid-Ohio, B&L Transport 170|
|Nashville Street Circuit||Street circuit||Nashville, Tennessee||2021–2022||2||4||Music City Grand Prix|
- Does not include 2016 Race 2, which was struck from records due to Matt Mingay's accident.
- Now called The Dome at America's Center.
- Exhibition round.
- Previously called MGM Resorts Village.
- Was called SDCCU Stadium prior to its demolition.
- Called Valvoline Raceway for naming rights reasons.
- Now called State Farm Stadium.
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- "Super Trucks Sydney Show switches venue". Speedcafe. October 16, 2015. Retrieved August 31, 2021.
- "4x SuperCross Champion Ryan Villopoto to make Stadium SUPER Trucks Debut at SST Race & Rock World Championship". Stadium Super Trucks. December 13, 2017. Retrieved December 22, 2019.
- Ochsner, Shaun (September 4, 2018). "Massive Payout for Inaugural Robby Gordon Off-Road Championships at Glen Helen". Four Wheeler. Retrieved October 11, 2018.
- DiZinno, Tony (December 4, 2014). "Robby Gordon's Stadium SUPER TRUCKS come to RoC". NBC Sports. Retrieved December 31, 2015.
- Headlee, Jake (October 11, 2016). "Event Alert: Mike's Peak Hill Climb Oct 13-16, 2016". Offroad Xtreme. Retrieved January 17, 2017.