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Monster Jam had a great 2011 show at Lincoln Financial Field

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Philadelphia – Monster Jam has rolled back into Lincoln Financial Field. Monster Jam returned to Lincoln Financial Field for the second straight year.

Last year, on June 12th, 2010, was the inaugural show. That show caused Monster Jam to work on coming back for last night’s show.

Monster Truck Stock Photo
Monster Truck Stock Photo (Photo by Pixabay)

And the drivers did not disappoint again. They put on a show, especially in freestyle, that is pretty hard to top.

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In freestyle, Grave Digger won. Charlie Pauken, the driver, appeared to flip over, then saved it.

When he saved it, the crowd went crazy. Pauken earned a score of 31.

The nearest competitor was Adam Anderson, the driver of Grave Digger The Legend. He had a 27.

Backdraft, driven by Jeremy Silfko, attempted to compete in freestyle but broke something early on. The Lucas Oil Crusader, driven by Lindsey Wenk, attempted to compete in freestyle but broke something.

Neither driver competed in the racing segment.

Before freestyle, Alex Blackwell in Captain’s Curse raised $19,500 for the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation by doing 39 donuts. He blew his transmission, then it took 20 minutes to put in a new transmission, before blowing that one, too.

In the racing segment, Grave Digger The Legend won. Anderson, the son of legendary Grave Digger driver Dennis Anderson, won in racing.

In racing, it came down to both the Grave Digger trucks, before Anderson won.

In Quad Wars, Philadelphia won the first race, before Baltimore won the second. In the final, Philadelphia won again.

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Anthony Caruso III
Anthony Caruso IIIhttps://thecapitalsportsreport.com
Anthony Caruso III is the Publisher of The Capital Sports Report. He has been in the sports journalism field since 2002 and has covered numerous high-profile events, including 11 Heisman Trophy ceremonies.
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