Dealing with slick track conditions, 2017 Monster Jam World Racing Champion Ryan Anderson was fast from the first round to the end on Saturday night behind the wheel of Son-uva Digger for his third Toronto Racing victory in four appearances.
Over the past seven years, the Monster trucks have produced some of the best shows on Canadian soil, wowing fans from the start of the show to the end of the show. Here is a look back at some of those highlights from year’s past.
When you scan through the line-up for the Toronto Monster Jam show, there’s one thing that stands out – it’s filled with talented drivers from top to bottom.
When Monster Jam takes to the Rogers Centre in January on the 13th and 14th, it will be the first appearance for the Gas Monkey Garage truck in Ontario’s capital city. Short Track Musings recently caught up with driver BJ Johnson about the upcoming show, and his career to date.
At 12 feet tall sitting on 66-inch tall tires and boosting 2,000 horsepower, it’s no secret that both motorsports and non-motorsports fans are lured in by the sight of trucks jumping up to 35 feet in the air and flying distances up to 130 feet.
Carl Van Horn showed why he’s always one of the drivers to watch when Monster Jam comes to the Rogers Centre as he scored the victory in freestyle competition on Sunday afternoon. […]
Fighting through mechanical issues, JR McNeal was able to overcome them in Wheelie Competition to score his first victory of the 2017 Monster Jam campaign. Following racing qualifying, the top-eight are allowed […]