Monster mash

Rushin, Steve
March 1993
Sports Illustrated;3/8/93, Vol. 78 Issue 9, p54
Discusses the popularity of monster trucks. Trucks 12 feet tall; Crushing cars; The Camel Mud & Monster Series; SRO/PACE Promotions and the U.S. Hot Rod Association (USHRA); Monster trucks on television; Monster trucks' appeal to children; Noise of the trucks; Bigfoot; Mud racing, or mud bogging; Vorian, a dragster that transforms itself into a two-story-tall, fire-breathing robot; Woman who blows herself up; More.


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