We headed for the stands to get a seat so I could take some pictures. The monster trucks started the event and would have a drag race and monster truck competition later in the day.
Some of the drag races were very fast. Kate loves Mustang's so she would have liked to see this car. It looked cool but wasn't as fast as the other trucks,
We liked watching the extreme truck races.
The drivers took 2 laps around a course that had 2 jumps, mud, a 360 around a large monster tire, down the back straight which had 2 small jumps and a washboard, looping around to the front straight again. The second jump on the front straight was a truck stopper.
The trench for the mud runs was deeper that it was in May. The last part had a deep hole which had to be 5 to 6 feet deep. It got deeper as some of the trucks that made it in the hole kept their tires going making it deeper. We only saw one truck do a complete run. A couple of the tricks have very large tires and were light enough so when the kept their tires spinning just a little bit it made the truck float to the top of the mud.
Some of the rock crawling vehicles did real well. One of the drag truck lost control in the ruts went off the track and almost cracked up.
The monster trucks jumped the cars and the school bus ramp. 3 of the 4 monster truck broke something during their runs. When you toss a 12,000 pound truck around like these guys do something is bound to break. We left around 6:30PM as Vermonster started to wind down for the day. Kevin wanted to go back the following day but I didn't get a 2 day pass.
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