Meet the Drivers of Monster Jam 2020

For the first time in months, fans will have a front-row seat as their favorite drivers climb back in their Monster Jam trucks to wow audiences with their jaw-dropping stunts. DIESEL BROTHERS: MONSTER JAM BREAKING WORLD RECORDS premieres, Saturday, August 8 at 8P on Discovery.

July 28, 2020
By: Discovery


Bari will hop in Zombie with the hopes of crushing the title for the most consecutive donut revolutions in a monster truck and the most number of donuts in a monster truck in 1 minute.

Bari Musawwir has competed in more than 200 Monster Jam events in 10 years. The 2011 Rookie of the year has established himself as a legitimate competitor on the Monster Jam circuit. In 2012 he became the 1st ever Monster Jam World Finals Young Guns Shootout Winner. In 2016 he took home the Arena Freestyle Award and was the 1st ever overall Champion in Durban, South Africa.


Tom has his eyes set to break the Guinness World Record for the longest nose wheelie in Max-D.

Tom Meents began his career back in 1993 and has competed in more than 500 Monster Jam events in 27 years. He is a 12-time Monster Jam World Finals Champion: Racing Champion in 2000, 2001, 2002, 2009, 2011 and 2012; Freestyle Champion in 2001, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2013; 2 Wheel Skills Challenge Champion in 2019. Most notably, he completed the 1st ever Double Backflip at Monster Jam World Finals 14 as well as landing the 1st ever Front Flip attempt at the 2015 Monster Jam event.


Todd is going next level this year by attempting the first-ever forward momentum double backflip while driving a monster truck.

Todd LeDuc started competing for Monster Jam in 2011 and has competed in more than 150 Monster Jam events in 9 years. He has completed backflips at multiple stadium events in 2014-2020 including at the 2014-2019 Monster Jam World Finals and a forward momentum backflip during the 2019 Monster Jump Live TV show.


Bryce will attempt to break the record for the fastest speed ever recorded in the Great Clips Mohawk Warrior Monster Jam truck.

Since graduating from Monster Jam University in 2015, Bryce has competed in more than 65 Monster Jam events. He completed backflips at multiple stadium events in 2017 & 2018 including at the 2018 Monster Jam World Finals and won 2019 Save of the Year Award.


Krysten looks to break the glass ceiling by taking the title for the highest ramp jump in the Grave Digger.

Since Monster Jam University in 2016, Krysten Anderson has competed in 70 Monster Jam events including the Grave Digger 35th Anniversary encore at the 2017 Monster Jam World Finals.


Adam hopes to smash the record for most monster trucks (8) jumped by a monster truck. He will be attempting the challenge in the Megalodon.

Adam is a 5-time Monster Jam World Finals Champion: Racing Champion in 2013, 2014, and 2018; Freestyle Champion in 2008 and 2016. In 2008, he became the youngest World Finals Champion at the age of 22. He is a 2-time Series Champion in 2016 & 2019 and has completed backflips at multiple stadium events in 2010-2020 including at the 2009-2020 Monster Jam World Finals.

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