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Top Truck Challenge 2014 Competitors Unveiled!

Posted in Top Truck Challenge on April 11, 2014
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You voted, we tallied those votes, and now it’s time to officially unveil the field for Top Truck Challenge 2014!

The vehicles you chose include four GM products, two Fords, two Internationals, one Suzuki, and one Dodge. The two alternates consist of a Chevy and a Fiat. Yeah, a Fiat. Here's a surprise: For the second year in a row you gave Jeep products the cold shoulder.

In early June, these 10 competitors and two alternates will travel to Hollister, California, where they will go head-to-head with each other on our seven incredibly challenging off-road courses. The list includes the Tow Test, Frame Twister, Mud Pit, Obstacle Course, Hill Climb, Coal Chute, and Tank Trap. Each team (team is defined as a driver and co-driver) will gather points based on how well they do at each event. The team with the most points at the end of the competition is the Champion of Top Truck Challenge 2014. Along the way there will be excitement, drama, and breakage. Naturally we’ll be there to document it all.

So kick back and peruse this year’s Top Truck Challenge field. We’ll have lots more information and news about this year’s competition here at as well as in the pages of Four Wheeler Magazine.

#33 Matt Christian, Duncan, Oklahoma, ’95 Chevy S-10
#3 Rick Jensen, Valley, Nebraska, ’63 International Harvester Scout
#47 Tracker J. Bain, Myrtle Creek, Oregon, ’69 Ford Bronco
#37 Richie Tremblay, Strathmore, Alberta, Canada, ’95 Chevy S-10
#18 Daryl Horsley, Winfield, British Columbia, Canada, ’91 Ford F-250
#1 Rob Inglis, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, 1996 Dodge Ram 1500
#2 Josh Harris, Portland, Oregon, ’92 GMC Jimmy
#14 Jeff Noggle, Medford, Oregon, ’92 GMC K1500
#49 Joshua Hardy, Ben Lomond, California, ’88 Suzuki Samurai
#28 Earl Middleton, Shelton, Washington, ’72 International pickup
Alternate #16 John Martinson, Yelm, Washington, 1959 Fiat 1100
Alternate #19 Ryan Agan, Hollister, California, ’83 Chevy K10

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