While jumping a 12,000 lbs truck through the air, doing a backflip, or performing a series of donuts is impressive, it’s something fans have grown used to seeing repeatedly. Enter the two-wheel competition.
When you’ve got 12.5 feet high trucks flying through the air as high as the second, sometimes third level seats, then you’re certainly entertained. But when you’ve got drivers who can perform donuts, bicycles, stoppies, wheelies, and even backflips – then you’re left in total awe of the talent.
Putting together a solid performance from top to bottom, Randy Brown scored the Sunday afternoon Freestyle victory at the Roger’s Centre for his seventh Toronto win.
2017 Monster Jam World Freestyle Champion Lee O’Donnell proved he can get the job done at the Roger’s Centre on Sunday, sweeping the weekend’s wheelie competition.
When Short Track Musings spoke with BJ Johnson prior to the show, he mentioned that he prefers racing over freestyle as there’s nothing like beating someone else head-to-head. He perfected that on Sunday at the Roger’s Centre, driving Gas Monkey Garage all the way to the Racing victory.
2015 Monster Jam World Freestyle Champion Mike Vaters II put together his best Toronto run to date en route to picking up the freestyle victory on Saturday night at the Rogers Centre.
2017 Monster Jam World Freestyle Champion Lee O’Donnell proved he can get the job done at the Roger’s Centre on Saturday night, scoring the two-wheel competition victory.