Intermountain Speedway host annual Monster Truck Show
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) - Wyoming residents and others from different states filled the grandstands to watch monster trucks put on a show. Drivers from all over made their way up to Laramie County to compete in events such as freestyle, and racing.
“I love the fans here in Cheyenne,” monster truck driver, Michael Brister said. “A bunch of shows that we’ve been doing, I haven’t seen a whole lot of fans, but here in Cheyenne we packed a whole house.”
Some spectators looked forward to watching the trucks race and do tricks in the dirt.
“I like how they’re [monster trucks] big, rough and tough and they just do whatever they want and go over cars and they wrestle and all that,” 12-year-old fan, Elijah Cisco said.
While for others, the thrill and of fans is their favorite part about events like these.
" I love the crowd,” usher Steve Vossler said. “I love to hear the cheers. Monster trucks are great but watching the smiles on the kids face when the trucks start is awesome.”
“It brings a tear to my eye,” Brister said. “People want to get out, they want to be entertained. Of all the stuff they can try to do right now they come out and watch the monster trucks. So it feels good that they actually came out for this.”
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