Grave Digger and Max-D among those confirmed for Manila leg of Monster Jam
Feld Motor Sports Inc, the official event organizer of Monster Jam, has just confirmed that six monster trucks will take part at the upcoming Manila event that will be held from June 20-21, 2015 at the SM Mall of Asia Arena in Pasay City.
First up is the Grave Digger that has already won the World Finals championship title four times. Based on a 1950 Chevy Panel Van, the black graveyard painted monster truck with green flames and red headlights is quite a sight to see parading around the arena.
Up next is the 'Daredevil' truck that is known for its donuts and double back flip trick, Max-D (Maximum Destruction). Featuring an aerodynamic shape coupled with a menacing exterior design, it excels both in racing and freestyle competitions according to Monster Jam and has already secured the world title eleven times.
The third truck that confirmed its participation in the event is El Toro Loco which sports a bull-inspired design and comes with a set of horns that protrude from the side of the monster truck.
Originally debuting in 2013, the Zombie monster truck was actually a fan-chosen competitor that won against other would-be trucks. Known for its killer moves and twists, the blood-splattered Zombie is gearing up not to disappoint fans.
The legendary Dragon monster truck has also set its sight for Manila and promises to leave a trail of destruction as stated by Monster Jam. From the name itself, it has a green dragon-inspired look that consist of horns, scales, fire and wings.
The last of monster trucks to join for the Manila leg of Monster Jam is Son-uva Digger. First joining the ranks back in 2011, most fans see it as the next-generation Grave Digger according to Monster Jam as both trucks share the dark exterior finish and high-profile wins in freestyle competitions.
Tickets are now available for purchase at any SM Ticket outlet and from April 9 – 12, 2015, fans can also buy their tickets at this year's Manila International Auto Show at the World Trade Center in Pasay City.