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On this site you'll find information on each of Bob & Marilyn Chandler's BIGFOOT trucks, BIGFOOT's racing schedule and lots of other fun and interesting things about the worlds greatest monster truck!
Doug Cole is the owner/driver of the monster truck known as Blown Thunder.
Grave Digger is the world's best known monster truck. Dennis Anderson's Grave Digger, enjoying it's 20 th Anniversary this season, currently lead the overall point series for 2002. Dennis and Digger continue to pull further ahead of the competition with every race. With it's high-speed racing, insane freestyle, and awe-inspiring crashes, Grave Digger guarantees to keep fans on the edge of their seats.
Hercules is an MTRA Cetified Monster Truck.
High Roller, like all such fantasies, was first conceived in the heart of Richard Fox! Richard is the proud owner of Richard's Tire Shop in Oceanside, California. After approximately eight months of dreaming, planning, building, hard work, sweat, and most of all dedication, Richard's fantasy
These Trucks can be booked for race events, exhibition racing, car crushing, or static displays to promote your business or event.
Texas's Original Monster Truck
Andy Hoffman has been involved in competitive motor sport racing for more than 18 years. The truck and tractor pulling strip was where he first used his driving and fabrication skills, building and driving a modified pulling tractor and two wheel drive truck.
World's First True "Monster" Monster Truck
Dan Patrick started his motorsports amateur career at the age of 17, competing with multiple engine tractor pulls at the local and state levels. In 1983, Dan began devoting all of his time to the pulling competitions, traveling the United States and Canada, placing seventh in overall points in the modified tractor class.
The BUSH HOG was built in 1987 by Jeff and Jim Perrin. This 1950 Chevy body was all steel and purchased in Tennessee. In it's day, this body was used to run moonshine.
Monster Truck Team in Pennsylvania
Unnamed & Untamed
The Baddest 1998 Chevrolet Monster Truck
Virginia Giant Monster Truck Racing
Jason Witte was raised in Washington, MO. At an early age Jason was fascinated with the idea of building his own motorized creations. More than once his dad came outside to do the yard work only to find the motor missing off of the lawnmower or tiller. Jason and his friends always said there was nothing they couldnˇ¦t do if only they had a welder. Shortly there after Jason and his friends started working on cars and trucks. Jason was always looking for more horsepower and something that stood out from the rest. In the search for bigger and better machines, trucks became priority. Jason has placed in many car shows, tough truck contests and mud runs. A wild crowd motivates him. He knows that he is doing things right when he can hear the crowd over the engine. He has always dreamed of building a monster truck but has never thought that it would become a reality.