Driver(s): Aaron Basl
Engine: 540 CI Merlin
Horsepower: 1500
Transmission Coan 2-Speed
Tires 66” Terra
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Wolverine was one of the first Marvel Comics characters to enter the world of Monster Jam®. The original Wolverine Monster Jam truck became the Monster Jam World FinalsSM Racing Champion in 2003. The Wolverine Monster Jam truck was not in action for a few years after that but then made its triumphant return to the sport in 2012 with Alex Blackwell driving the machine to several victories and to another invitation to the Monster Jam World Finals. In 2013 former Grave Digger® crew chief Dustin Brown was named as the new driver of Wolverine and made an impressive debut as Brown and Wolverine were named Monster Jam Rookie of the Year in 2013. Wolverine always attracts long lines of fans at the Party in the Pits with its concept body incorporating the themes that make the Wolverine character so popular in Marvel Comics. Wolverine is known especially for those unbreakable, razor-sharp retractable claws and the distinctive yellow and blue color scheme.