Lightning Strikes Three Times!
The Party Crasher
Our friends at Magnuson had a truck entered in the event, but it wasn’t this one. Read More
The big event of the day is the Autocross Challenge, and we make it the last event so the competitors can get as many runs in as possible. Read More
Truckin Throwdown has always included a quarter-mile time challenge, but we’ve never had the privilege of conducting it on a NHRA dragstrip. Read More
The Speed Stop Challenge was the second event of the day, also offering three attempts to each competitor, using the same starting point as the Slalom. Read More
The first event of the long, competitive day was the Slalom. From a standing start, each truck travels 480 feet from timer to timer between eight cones at 60-foot intervals. Read More
Truckin Takes Over the Speedway
Last month, we teased you with the feature profiles of all the attendees at this year’s Truckin Throwdown. Read More
Owner: Marcel Venable -- Fullerton,...
We love built old-school trucks, and they don’t get much more built than Marcel Venable’s 1968 Chevrolet C-10. Read More
Owner: Wes Drelleshak -- Vista, California
This 1959 Chevrolet Apache is definitely the senior citizen of this group, but just because it’s a little older doesn’t mean grandpa can’t dance. Read More
Owner: Bill Speed -- Santa Barbara, CA
If light weight and a lot of power are a recipe for performance, then Bill Speed’s 1994 Chevrolet S-10 is one tasty treat, with a stripped down S-10 chassis packing more than 400 horses. Read More