Monster Jam roars back into San Diego this weekend


After a yr’s prolonged hiatus because of pandemic, the high-flying, car-crushing monster truck event is back at Petco Park this weekend.

SAN DIEGO — It’s not frequently that you just see a 12,000-pound behemoth of twisted metallic and rubber roar its means down the streets of downtown San Diego. However that’s exactly what was rolling down Tony Gwynn Drive on Friday morning. 

The inside Petco Park appears to be completely completely totally different. The Padres pristine ballpark piled extreme with mud to accommodate these enormous, mechanical marvels.

Whether or not it’s flipping in a six ton monster truck or speeding 200 mph spherical a monitor; Camden Murphy has on a regular basis felt most cozy behind the wheel. The previous NASCAR driver traded in his inventory automotive and has been racing with Monster Jam since 2017. This weekend he’ll be strapping into “Bakugan Dragonoid.”

“I’m a giant child having quite a lot of enjoyable crashing vehicles,” talked about Murphy “A regular automobile has round say 200 horsepower, however I’ve 1500. You want all that to have the ability to transfer 12,000 kilos.”

After a yr of hiatus “Monster Jam Cam” as he’s acknowledged on the circuit, will as quickly as as soon as extra compete head-to-head in direction of eleven totally different drivers in races and experience competitions throughout the tight confines of Petco Park. Seating throughout the ballpark is perhaps 100% open and received’t require visitors to point vaccine standing or placed on a masks when exterior.

“In case you have by no means been to a Monster Jam occasion. You don’t want to overlook it,” says Murphy “If you go to 1, I can promise you it’ll not be the final one.”

For ticket information on this weekend’s event go to Monsterjam.com.  

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