2024 Shell Rotella SuperRigs calendar now available

Updated Dec 12, 2023
The 1984 Kenworth W900B owned by JR Schleuger
The 1984 Kenworth W900B owned by JR Schleuger is featured in July
Shell Rotella SuperRigs

The 2024 Shell Rotella SuperRigs calendar is now available to be ordered online here: srcalendars.com. The calendar tells the hardworking stories of the drivers who traveled to Gillette, Wyoming to participate in the annual truck beauty contest. Twelve drivers were selected to have their trucks featured in the annual calendar that was photographed in the Gillette area. 

Some highlights of the Shell Rotella SuperRigs calendar include:

APRIL – Cody Davis from Cokeville, Wyoming remembers always wanting to have a truck in the SuperRigs calendar as a kid. This past year was his first time at the competition where he showed off his hardworking 2022 Kenworth W900. 

JUNE – Truett and Crystal Novosad from Caldwell, Texas have been coming to SuperRigs for over 20 years and won their first Best of Show this past year with their 2007 Peterbilt 379 named Doc Holliday. Throughout Doc Holliday is the theme from the movie, Tombstone, including Doc sayings, an airbrushed silhouette on the firewall, pistols at the ends of the pinstripes, and top hats. 

JULY – JR Schleuger from Britt, Iowa likes old trucks just like some people like old classic cars. When entering his 1984 Kenworth W900B, he noted, “Anybody can go out and buy a brand new truck and they just have a brand new truck. When you buy an old truck and turn it into a new truck, I feel like you really have something.”

DECEMBER – Mark and Payton Aragon from LaSalle, Colorado took three years to build their custom 2003 Peterbilt 379 which they entered at their first SuperRigs this year. When they were invited to be in this year’s calendar, Mark noted it was all the great ideas his son put together that got them a spot. 

The Shell Rotella SuperRigs competition is the premier truck beauty contest for actively working trucks. Hardworking owner/operator truckers from across the United States and Canada compete annually for more than $25,000 in cash and prizes.