Monster trucks are back for ‘big air’

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Pit Party planned before the show

  • “Muddy Girl,” driven by Maddie Breaud of Windsor, Penn., makes a flying run for “big air” against Backdraft over obstacles in front of a standing-room-only crowd at Hopkins County Regional Civic Center arena during the 2019 Monster Truck Rally exhibition. The truck has a 536 Merlin engine with 1,450 horsepower, Powerglide transmission and BKT tires. Archive photo by Jillian Smith
    “Muddy Girl,” driven by Maddie Breaud of Windsor, Penn., makes a flying run for “big air” against Backdraft over obstacles in front of a standing-room-only crowd at Hopkins County Regional Civic Center arena during the 2019 Monster Truck Rally exhibition. The truck has a 536 Merlin engine with 1,450 horsepower, Powerglide transmission and BKT tires. Archive photo by Jillian Smith
Sulphur Springs Monster Truck Wars are back for 2020 with a line-up of returning and new “Giant Superstars” at the Hopkins County Regional Civic Center arena in December. The exhibition will include world-famous Outlaw, three-time world champion Bear Foot, El Oso Loco from Mexico City and The Sheriff from Tombstone, Ariz. These trucks weigh as much as 12,000 pounds and up to 2,000 horsepower. …

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