The Malicious Monster Truck Tour is crunching cars at the Northwest Regional Airport from July 13 to 14. (Natalia Balcerzak/Terrace Standard)

Malicious Monster Truck Tour returns to Northwest

Crowds gathered at the airport for show

The Malicious Monster Truck Tour can be heard roaring through this weekend at the Northwest Regional Airport.

From shooting flames to jumping over buses, the trucks came ready to impress for their second year in a row in Terrace following a 20-year hiatus.

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New monster trucks this year are Honda Generators High Voltage and Spitfire the Dragon, along with the crowd’s favourite Rockstar truck.

Also new on the dirt track is the Tee’d Off Jet Car, a “souped up” golf cart with fire and loud booms.

The Malicious Monster Truck tour will be making some more noise today on July 14 at 2 p.m.


 


natalia@terracestandard.com

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