El Toro Loco is a monster truck that was created in 2002 by Dennis Anderson, the creator of Grave Digger. El Toro Loco has become an iconic symbol of the monster truck industry, with its vibrant yellow and red paint, and its bull-inspired design.
Throughout the years, El Toro Loco has been part of numerous live shows, videos, and commercials. It has even been featured in several video games.
The original El Toro Loco was driven by Anderson himself, but later he passed the wheel to his son Adam Anderson. After a few years, Adam decided to step away from driving the truck and focus on his other projects. He was then replaced by Chuck Werner who became one of the most popular drivers for El Toro Loco.
El Toro Loco saw some success on the racing circuit as well. It won many races throughout its career including the 2005 Monster Jam World Finals Racing Championship. In addition to that, El Toro Loco placed second in both 2006 and 2007 Monster Jam World Finals Racing Championships.
Despite its success on the track, El Toro Loco eventually retired from racing in 2012 after a decade of service. After retirement, Chuck Werner continued to drive El Toro Loco at various live shows until 2017 when he decided to leave Feld Motor Sports and take a break from monster truck racing.
What happened to El Toro Loco Monster Truck? After nearly 10 years of service on the racing circuit and live shows, it eventually retired from racing in 2012. Its last driver before retirement was Chuck Werner who continued to drive it until 2017 when he decided to take a break from monster truck racing.