Advance Auto Parts Monster Jam celebrates 30 years of Grave Digger! Take a look at the history of Grave Digger including interviews with the drivers and what fans can expect out of the legendary monster truck in 2012!

Monster Jam is the world’s largest and most famous monster truck tour featuring the biggest names in monster trucks including Grave Digger®, Maximum Destruction®, Monster Mutt®, and El Toro Loco®. Monster Jam performs to the delight of families with three elements to every show — the pit party, racing, and freestyle. 125 tour stops and 325+ performances make up the Monster Jam tour that also features a large consumer products division and retail presence. Two world champions are crowned each year at the Monster Jam World Finals in Las Vegas — the racing world champion and the freestyle world champion. Monster Jam can be seen on SPEED Channel.

Monster Jam® is the hottest edge-of-your-seat, live motor sports property on the planet and largest touring family show in North America! These stadium and arena events blow the roof off traditional motor sports racing, as 1,500 HP monster trucks fly 30 feet in the air, flattening anything in their path. Monster Jam® events are an electrified, entertaining atmosphere with a variety of specialty acts and events. Visit us on the web at http://www.MonsterJam.com. Like Us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/MJOnline Follow Us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/MonsterJam

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42 Responses to “Monster Jam – Happy 30th Anniversary Grave Digger!”

  1. LUNITIC WILL

    "if you know monster truck and you don't know grave digger, then you really don't know monster trucks" actually if you don't know bigfoot (the one who started it all) then you really don't know monster trucks. i also want to see bigfoot compete during ONE season at least.

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  2. carfanatic11

    I never got to see the 30th anniversary truck but I got the 30th anniversary Traxxas truck for Christmas. I was lucky enough to get it autographed by Dennis Anderson on 2-9-13 along with my monster jam yearbook!

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  3. MonsterTruckFan86

    I agree. I think a points system would be more fair; whoever did the best in each category over the year should be the champion. However, the World Finals is truly special, and like no other monster truck show in the world. I think they should keep the World Finals, whoever wins there is crowned "World Finals Champion", and whoever wins the points is the "Overall Champion"

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