Monster trucks. Those big bouncy very American contributions to motor sport, are actually extremely hard to drive. As Luke Burbank found out, when he attended Monster Jam University.

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22 Responses to “Learning how to drive a monster truck”

  1. TimShredder

    Nice piece. But why sit down with Meents and Anderson if you're only going to use soundbites from their interviews? Is there a full version of this somewhere?

  2. Dee Gravelrama

    For a program I've never heard of & isn't involved with monster trucks in any way on a regular basis, I'm impressed with the old school footage they had for a video in 2019!

  3. Phantomrook46

    Tom did not land the first backflip in competition. It was cam McQueen driving nitro circus in 2010 in Jackson Florida. Tom did in 2009 at the monster jam world finals for a encore and there are many more attempts before both of the

  4. ryan huck

    Reporter : How important is the helmet in this whole operation ?

    Driving instructor : How important is your brain ?


  5. Dutch

    great interviewer, he wasn't cringy like some other ones, he was also pretty funny. Great job CBSSM!

  6. Michael Schmitt

    Everyone knows Monster Jam is a just a big soulless corporation. They owe everything to Bob Chandler and Bigfoot, the Original Monster Truck!

  7. thegreatmonster

    Huh! So, in 'Mericuh "being committed enough" means just closing your eyes IN THE MIDST OF THE REAL ACTION and 'letting Jesus take the wheel', ey?! WTF.

  8. jmissle

    Letโ€™s not get it wrong though…Bigfoot was the first monster truck….Itโ€™s just he doesnโ€™t work for Monster Jam so we arenโ€™t gonna mention him lol


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