This immaculate Mega Truck dubbed “Intruder” is one incredible conversion that features the latest technology with an old school body. And its owner isn’t afraid to drive it either.
They say you can never have too much horsepower. The driver of this big horsepower buggy might disagree. We’re not entirely sure what this is or what all he’s got done to it. All we know is he’s having a hard time keeping it under control.
We’ve all got that one friend who’s never driven off-road that comes out of nowhere after finishing a big project and asks, “So ya gonna let me take her for a spin?” This guy should have seen it coming. Choose your friends carefully, and if your off-road rookie buddy wants to go for a ride, remind him or her that’s what passenger seats are for.
Some people must just have too much time or money on their hands. In the case of this off-road monster, it may be a little of both. Regardless, this is one bad mud racing machine! Check out this video of the off-road mud monster in action.
As a little kick-off to the start of the short-course off-road racing season beginning this weekend in Arizona for the Lucas Oil Off-Road Racing Series, check out this pairing of All Star pitcher Tim Lincecum as he gets behind the wheel of Bryce Menzies’ trophy truck.
While in Phoenix for spring training, baseball world champion and All Star pitcher Tim Lincecum took the opportunity to meet up with 2011 TORC Series PRO 2 class champion, SCORE Trophy Truck champion and Dirt Sports Driver of the Year, Bryce Menzies, at Firebird Raceway.
While out practicing for the upcoming short-course off-road season, Menzies and Lincecum were able to meet up just prior to the start of the short-course season and baseball season. After suiting up, Lincecum went for a wild ride in Menzies’ 800-horsepower #1 Menzies/Red Bull Trophy Truck. After the tutorial with Menzies, Lincecum climbed into the driver’s seat, where he proved that throwing a baseball isn’t his only talent.