Monster Trucks


                                                                                                                       

     A Monster Truck Show as we know it today was born in 1982 at the Pontiac Silverdome when Bob Chandler driving Big Foot (the original Monster Truck) drove over a pile of cars in front of an enthusiastic crowd. Usually, a monster truck show involves the truck crushing smaller vehicles beneath its huge tires. These trucks can run up and over most man-made obstacles. A monster truck is a vehicle, typically styled after pickup trucks, sports cars or classic and themed automobiles modified or intentionally built with large / heavy wheels and heavy duty suspension.



     They compete as well as exhibit at popular Motorsports Entertainment and can be seen featured alongside Motocross races, Mud Bogging, Tractor Pulls and Transformers. In recent years, many monster truck competitions include a "freestyle" event. Similar to Free Style Motor X with giant trucks, drivers are free to select their own course around the track and its obstacles. Drivers will often perform a power “Donut”, also called a Cyclone, spinning the truck in a high speed circle. This is one of the most exciting motorsports events for the entire family.
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Rock Star, Jr.-Mini Monster Truck



Orange Crush-Mini Monster Truck

 


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