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TRUCK INFORMATION

Engine: 540 CI Merlin
Horsepower: 1500
Transmission: Coan 2 Speed
Tires: 66" Terra Tires

TRUCK HISTORY
Dennis Anderson came up with the concept for Grave Digger®, the sport’s marquee monster truck, back in 1981. Originally built out of an old 1957 Chevy Panel Wagon and parts that he scrounged from junkyards, the Grave Digger of today has grown by leaps and bounds. No longer do the trademark red headlights come off of old school buses, and the paint job has changed from a dull orange to the famous green and black flame motif we see today. Not only is Grave Digger the most famous monster truck in the world, it’s one of the most decorated as well. Anderson has won Monster Jam World Finals championships three times, capturing the racing title in 2004 and 2006, and the freestyle title in 2000. Right now, there are six Grave Digger monster trucks currently competing in Monster Jam, featuring one of the most solid driver line-ups anywhere. Besides creator Dennis Anderson, Chad Tingler, Rod Schmidt, Randy Brown, Gary Porter, Charlie Pauken, and Pablo Huffaker also pilot versions of the legendary machine.


*All the trucks may vary from event to event and are subject to change without further notice.



TRUCK INFORMATION

Engine: 540 CI Merlin
Horsepower: 1500
Transmission: Coan 2 Speed
Tires: 66" Terra Tires

TRUCK HISTORY 
Perhaps the most striking truck on the Monster Jam® circuit, Maximum Destruction’s® body is officially classified as a “futuristic SUV”. Featuring an orange and silver paint job coupled with a low-to-the-ground, aerodynamic body style, it’s well-known that Max D is possibly the fastest truck in the sport. In fact, driver Tom Meents has been crowned Monster Jam World Racing Champion no less than four times, the most recent coming at the 10th Annual Monster Jam World Finals in 2009. But Meents isn’t just the master of speed; he’s quite the daredevil as well, claiming four Monster Jam World Freestyle Championships over his career. In fact, Tom is the only driver ever to win both titles in the same year, and he even managed to do that twice in a row! The Maximum Destruction fan base has grown so much in recent years that a second Maximum Destruction monster truck is now also touring. Look for Tom Meents and Grave Digger® driver Dennis Anderson to continue their on-track rivalry at Monster Jam events across the country and also on SPEED Channel.


*All the trucks may vary from event to event and are subject to change without further notice.  



TRUCK INFORMATION


Engine: 540 CI Merlin 
Horsepower: 1500
Transmission: Coan 2 Speed
Tires: 66" Terra Tires

TRUCK HISTORY
El Toro Loco® is one raging bull who can the smell fear of its competitors. In 2001, the custom built bull was introduced to a crowd in Lafayette, Louisiana and a few years later, shared the freestyle champion title at the 2004 Monster Jam World FinalsSM. The El Toro Loco team expanded in 2012 to a four-truck team, adding additional drivers to tame this 5 ton beast including Ryan Huffaker, Becky McDonough, Aaron Basl, Chuck Werner, and Marc McDonald. One of the most recognizable trucks in Monster Jam®, the crazy bull can be counted on to give it's all in the ring.


*All the trucks may vary from event to event and are subject to change without further notice.



TRUCK INFORMATION

Engine:
540 CI Merlin
Horsepower: 1500
Transmission: Coan 2 Speed
Tires: 66" Terra Tires

TRUCK HISTORY
A radioactive spider bite created a superhero and now it’s sprung to Monster Jam®. With its spider sense activated, this web-slinging truck darts around the track like nobody’s business. Sporting its namesake’s classic red and blue color scheme, Spider-Man is a custom concept truck wrapped with painted on webs. Don’t worry because this friendly neighborhood Spider-Man always seems to have to opposition trapped in a web.


*All the trucks may vary from event to event and are subject to change without further notice.  



TRUCK INFORMATION


Engine: 540 CI Merlin
Horsepower: 1500
Transmission: Coan 2 Speed
Tires: 66" Terra Tires

TRUCK HISTORY
Debuting at Atlanta’s Georgia Dome on January 9, 2010, the Iron Man™ monster truck launched as part of the promotion of the Iron Man 2 Movie. This unique design was inspired by Stark Industries and the Iron Man franchise. The truck is equipped with a 1,500 horsepower supercharged 540 Merlin engine atop 6’ tall, 1,700 pound tires. Behind the wheel of this car-crushing machine is Monster Jam® veteran, Lee O’Donnell and new-comer Scott Buetow. O’Donnell has been a part of the Monster Jam family for years and has driven some of the most recognizable trucks on the circuit including Monster Mutt® and Blue Thunder®. Scott Buetow is a Monster Jam rookie for the 2011 season and has a long history of being involved in motorsports. In March 2010, the Iron Man monster truck made it’s first appearance at the Advance Auto Parts Monster Jam World Finals. The truck lost to King Krunch® in the 1stround in the racing competition and placed 9th in freestyle with a score of 25. Iron Man held it’s own in it’s first year and won the hearts of Monster Jam’s most loyal fans. Don’t miss Lee O’Donnell and Scott Buetow in the Iron Man monster truck as it crushes the competition in a city near you.


*All the trucks may vary from event to event and are subject to change without further notice.

 

 

Grave Digger®
Maximum Destruction®
El Toro Loco®
Spiderman™
Iron Man™