Redneck Revival Need to Know Info
Where: Tyler County Speedway 3 miles south of Middlebourne, WV on State Route 18 at the Tyler County Fairgrounds.
When: Saturday, July 6th Registration/Gates open at 9am, Mud Bog begins at noon
What: Redneck Revival Festival of Mud presented by Haas Environmental and Monroe Towing. See a huge mud bog starring Dennis Anderson and his latest creation “King Sling”! The pits will be also full of eager “Mud Maniacs” to try their luck in the pit and not only will fans get to see hordes of trucks splashing through the Tyler County mud but will also get the opportunity to see some high flying action courtesty of Dennis Andersons “King Sling”. Dennis Anderson is the creator/driver of the Grave Digger Monster Truck. His baddest creation EVER, simply described by imagining if you combined an alcohol dragster, a monster truck, and a lunatic you would get Dennis Anderson and his insane King Sling mud truck. Rolling on massive tractor tires and powered by a motor that has to be making 2,000+ hp, it is a four wheel drive beast designed to skim over, sky over, and drive over anything stupid enough to come into its path!
How Much? Adults $12, Children 7-12 $5, Children 6 and under FREE! Pits $20
Brought to you by: Haas Environmental and Monroe Towing
Featuring a Deep Pit and Speed Pit!!!
Classes: Modifieds Street Legal
0-34 4 cyl. & St. 6 V6 & Up
44.5 + Nitrous & Powder Tires Allowed
80% Payback on each class! $20 a run
More Info: Raceday 304-758-2660, 304-771-6874 or 304-771-5051Recently, Anderson was hosting an event at his “Muddy Motorsports Park” in the Carolinas and he got ready to blast the mud pit and obstacle course. Then he hit the gas.As you will see, the truck immediately launches into a power wheelie and in typical Dennis Anderson fashion, he drives the thing like his foot is tig welded to the floor. For whatever reason he keeps all the way into it and the truck literally drives itself over backwards. The engine is in the rear of the truck so once it gets to a certain point, physics take over and there’s no way it can come down on the tires again.The in car footage is totally great and it is played at full speed and instant replay. The creepy thing is watching the mud and water rush into the truck. Anderson is OK so he obviously escaped before having any issues with being submerged.