1/16/17: Won 2016 4 Wheel & Off-Road Jamboree Racing Series Championship •Won 2015 Monster X Tour championship and 4 Wheel & Off-Road Jamboree Racing Series Championship •Won 2014 Monster X Tour championship driv
5/29/16: Makes semifinals in Top Sportsman at NHRA Sportsnationals •Won 2015 Top Dragster national championship with semi-final finish at the NHRA Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series Short Line Express Market Gambler Shootout
9/14/17: Finished second in 2017 FIA Pro Mod points standings •Won 2017 Swedish Pro Mod Championship •Qualified #1 in Pro Stock and #2 in Pro Mod at Dico Scandinavian Internationals in Sweden •Made semifinals Nit
Wins third Toughest Monster Truck Tour Championship in 2014 •Wins second Toughest Monster Truck Tour Championship in 2013 •Reset Guinness “Longest Ramp Jump by a Monster Truck” record (214 ft., 8”) in 2012
Voted the Number One Drag Racer of the Last 50 Years, Big Daddy has 17 Top Fuel championships to his credit, was the first to break the 170, 180, 200, 240, 250, and 270 MPH barriers, and built the first successful rear engine dragster.
Frank Hawley is probably best known as the founder of America's original drag racing school. He was the driver for the famed Chi-Town Hustler Funny Car team of the early 1980s. He won the NHRA Funny Car world championship in 1982 and 1983.
Sixth on NHRA’s Top 50 Drag Racers of All Time list, Kenny was first to break the 300 MPH barrier and to win NHRA championships in both Top Fuel and Funny Car. Kenny has two NHRA Top Fuel and four Funny Car championships to his credit.
Since the late 1960s, Jim has won races, broken records, and earned championships as a driver, crew chief, and team owner. Jim's engine shop has supplied powerplants to some of drag racing's top teams.
The creator of the Monster Trucks that we know and love. Bob built the original BIGFOOT to show off four-wheel drive products at off-road events. The BIGFOOT racing team has won 18 Monster Truck racing championships, visited 17 countries, a
John actively campaigned in NHRA Super Stock, Stock, and Competition Eliminator classes in the 1970s. He won 13 national events along the way and became the first ever Comp Eliminator driver to break the six-second quarter-mile barrier.