Offroad flood victimsIn the wake of hurricane Harvey, “lifted trucks save lives” is much more than a catchy slogan.

truck JumpWhat would an off-road truck event be without an insane mega truck jump?  

Mega Truck Record
This mega truck, aptly named “Fueled by Haterz” recently set a new distance jump record of 150 feet at Dennis Anderson’s Muddy Motorsports Park.  Would you have the guts to go that big?  Here is the real-time video and a slow-motion version.

Mega Truck
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.

Off-road Dually
A lift and some bigger tires? We’ve seen plenty of those, and that’s nothing special. This off-road dually, on the other hand, is over-the-top and absolutely crazy!

mega truck brakes
Watch the front end completely give out when this mega off-road truck gets on the brakes a little too hard.

Donnies 3
A couple of years ago, Monster Energy rallied together a bunch its sponsored athletes in the sand toy capital of the world, Glamis, to film an epic sand dune free riding video and the “Doonies” video series was born.  Just this past week, the most recent Doonies 3 video was releases, and this one is bigger than ever, featuring rally cars, NASCAR cup cars, monster trucks, trophy trucks, dirtbikes and more. Check out Monster Energy Doonies 3 video below.

Monster Truck Tryouts
Of course they don’t just let anyone hop in a blown, lifted monster truck that puts out 1500 horsepower and let them drive it around a stadium packed with people. No, just like in other sports, monster truck drivers have to prove themselves and work their way up to the big leagues. This guy may have some more work to do before hitting the monster truck ranks. Apparently his friend doesn’t have much confidence in him either. Check it out.

Robby-Gordon-Stadium-Super-Trucks-4-27-13Los Angeles, Calif. (April 27, 2013) – SPEED Energy Stadium SUPER Trucks made the return to the birthplace of Stadium truck racing on a specifically designed dirt and asphalt course inside the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles, Calif.

Mike Jenkins began the qualifying session, running 3 smooth laps. Next was Lalo Laguna as he blistered a quick lap of 42.123 jumping to top of the charts. Laguna remained the quick qualifier throughout much of the event even after successful laps by off-road new comers Arie Luyendyk and Nick Baumgartner. P.J. Jones found trouble on his third qualifying lap turning the American Racing Wheels No. 98 over on its side.

GILBERT, AZ: The Arizona Short Course Championship and Lucas Oil Regional Off-Road Series Arizona presented by ADS Shocks kicked off the 6 round season with over 100 racers at the Firebird International Raceway in Phoenix, AZ.  With Monster Truck Rides, Freestyle Motocross Exhibitions, Off-Road Vendors and 20 green flag races, there was no lack of entertainment for the over 1500 spectators.  “We always enjoy the first race of the season, getting to see the new racers join the group and previous racers coming back with improved cars,” said Tim Jones, President of the ASCC/ Lucas Oil Regional Off-Road Series Arizona.  “We had some great races out on the Lucas Oil course here at Firebird.  There will be some real strong competition all year long.”

Saturday the track was open for regional and national practice bringing out some of the biggest names in LOORRS racing.  Some stayed for Sunday’s race including Drew Britt who won the Pro2 Class and Jacob Pearsons who finished 3rd in the Open Pro Class.  Sheldon Creed took the Kary Environmental Checker Flag in the Open Pro Class, in front of other Saturday drivers Kyle Hart, Marty Hart’s son and Wayland Campbell, Shannon Campbell’s son.