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El Toro Loco (883 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article

leading merchandise seller. In 2003, the truck made its first Monster Jam World Finals appearance with Soza. Although its racing results were disappointing
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Captain's Curse was first seen in 2007 driven by Pablo Huffaker at Monster Jam World Finals 8. Alex Blackwell then drove the truck for the next five years
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Balhan, former An Escalade driver, who debuted in 2010 during the Monster Jam World Finals XI Encore in the Obsession Chassis. It features one of the first
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Pauken went on to win the 2010 Advance Auto Parts NGK Spark Plugs Monster Jam World Finals Freestyle Championship in Las Vegas, Nevada and he got the highest
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Sudden Impact is a monster truck currently racing in the USHRA Monster Jam series. The truck was originally driven by John Seasock and has been to four
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Outlaw from the previous years. However, the truck made its first Monster Jam World Finals appearance with Weenk still behind-the-wheel. He defeated Nitro
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Blue Thunder is a monster truck that races in the USHRA Monster Jam series. It was originally sponsored by the truck division of Ford Motor Company and
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Black Stallion is a monster truck that races on the USHRA circuit and for other promoters. Black Stallion started out as a stock 1982 Ford F350 back in
List of Monster Jam episodes (315 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article
series No. in season Title Original air date N–A 1 "Racing from Monster Jam World Finals 4" 2003 (2003) All the racing action from World Finals IV, on March
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parameter (link) "Bangor, ME 2006 Results". USHRA. June 3, 2006. "2007 MONSTER JAM WORLD FINALS RACING CHAMPION IS JOHN SEASOCK IN BATMAN". USHRA. March 25, 2007
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Software". eBay. Retrieved 2019-01-26. "Pixter video software 'Monster Jam World Finals 4' for Pixter Multi-Media System". eBay. Retrieved 2019-01-26.
Nicole Johnson (monster truck driver) (1,188 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article
Devil for the remainder of the 2012 season. At the March, 2012 Monster Jam World Finals held in Las Vegas, NV, Nicole was one of eight drivers selected
Bulldozer (monster truck) (179 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article
spin-off of the Bulldozer design. Bulldozer has appeared in four Monster Jam World Finals. In 2001, the truck was driven by Eldon DePew. In 2000, 2002, and
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returning to Carolina Crusher's driver seat in 2015. At the 2016 Monster Jam World Finals XVII, Carolina Crusher and Porter won the 2016 Arena Wheelie of
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Arizona at Chase Field. He was scheduled to drive the truck at the Monster Jam World Finals 13, but injured himself in driving practice. Todd LeDuc replaced
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protection. The Avenger Monster Truck use this color in the 2011 Monster Jam World Finals. The song Candy Apple Red Impala was released on a 45 rpm record
Monster Energy (3,714 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article
Bradshaw driving. A second truck was introduced in Las Vegas at the Monster Jam World Finals in 2015, and is driven by Coty Saucier and Steven Sims. The design
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Goldberg. Driven by to great success by Tom Meents (including Monster Jam World Finals championships both years the truck ran), after the end of the sponsorship