A dazzling display at Shell Rotella SuperRigs

by Today's Trucking

Shiny trucks attracted hundreds of visitors to Branson Landing in Branson, Mo., for the 40th Anniversary Shell Rotella SuperRigs, held June 9-11. The event included the truck lights contest and fireworks, and a truck parade through Branson Landing.

Trucks at Shell Rotella SuperRigs
Participants line up their trucks in Branson, Mo., during the 40th anniversary Shell Rotella SuperRigs. (Photo: Shell Rotella/Stephen Clark)
Truck parked in front of a fountain during Shell Rotella SuperRigs 2022
A big rig chills by the fountain at Branson Landing. (Photo: Leo Barros)
Picture of Jim and Barbara Reed and their truck
Jim, left, and Barbara Reed, welcome kids into the cab of their 2022 Peterbilt. (Photo: Leo Barros)
Interior of truck at Shell Rotella SuperRigs
Visitors paused to check out the interior of this truck, with many running their fingers over the carpet. (Photo: Leo Barros)
Picture of judges judging a truck at Shell Rotella SuperRigs
Judges take a close look at a participant’s rig. (Photo: Leo Barros)
Trucks, including cabovers, parked at Shell Rotella SuperRigs
Cabovers line up along other participating big rigs. (Photo: Shell Rotella/Stephen Clark)
Picture of Remington "Rooster" Davis and his little Peterbilt
Remington “Rooster” Davis and his Wee Pete were the center of attention. (Photo: Leo Barros)
Participants and visitors at Shell Rotella SuperRigs
Participants and visitors enjoy an overload of chrome. (Photo: Leo Barros)
Truck parade at Shell Rotella SuperRigs in Branson, Mo.
A big rig rolls past onlookers at Branson Landing. (Photo: Leo Barros)
Fireworks at Shell Rotella SuperRigs
Fireworks light up the sky on the second night of the event. (Photo: Leo Barros)

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