Batman circa 2014


FELD Motorsports (Truck), DC Comics (Name)


John Seasock

Body Style



540ci Merlin


Coan 2-Speed


66" Terra





Batman was a monster truck owned by FELD Motorsports and was driven by John Seasock. He has taken Batman to two Monster Jam World Finals Racing Championships, one in 2007 and the other in 2008. The truck's original driver was Jason Childress who drove the truck in the 2006 season.


  • 2004 - Batman was announced to debut in 2005.
  • 2005 - troubles in the 3D body caused its debut to be delayed. The truck wouldn't debut until 2006.
  • 2006 - Batman debuted, driven by Jason Childress
  • 2007 - John Seasock moved to the Batman truck as the new driver. He would win the racing competition of the Monster Jam World Finals 8
  • 2008 - Seasock would win the racing competition for a second year in a row, at the Monster Jam World Finals 9
  • 2011 - Norm Miller began driving Batman as Seasock moves to the Advance Auto Parts Grinder team.
  • 2012 - A new chassis debuts in December.
  • 2013 - An all new version of the Batman was created with a brand new body design and shape. The yellow from the original body was completely replaced by grey. At the World Finals, Miller raced with the truck although, got injured and couldn't freestyle. Carl Van Horn then took the wheel in the freestyle competition.
  • 2014 - John Seasock returned to the Batman team as Miller moved to the new New Earth Authority Police truck.
  • 2015 - The truck is retired as the DC license is expired.
  • 2017-Present - DC Comics return to Monster Jam indicating a possible comeback. However, Monster Jam still does not have any announcement regarding a Batman Monster Truck return.

Old body on the new chassis

World Finals Appearances

  • 2006 - Jason Childress
  • 2007 - John Seasock (won racing)
  • 2008 - John Seasock (won racing)
  • 2009 - John Seasock
  • 2010 - John Seasock
  • 2011 - Norm Miller
  • 2013 - Norm Miller (racing), Carl Van Horn (freestyle)



Batman 2006-2012 with silver wings

Batman (truck)

With black wings

IMG 8377
2004-2 07-Batmobile (2)

2004 Batman Hot Wheels toy.


Hot Wheels Batman toy prototype

2014 03-Batman (2)

2014 Batman Hot Wheels toy.

IMG 2893

Original Batman render

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Batman concept art.

2015 164 batman
2015 164 batman tires
The truck's original chassis that was used from 2006-2008 was converted into Grave Digger #22.

Bari Musawwir drove the truck once in Minneapolis in 2012. He ran the original body on the brand new grey chassis.

Seasock is only one of three driver who have won the World Racing championship two years back-to-back in a row with the other two being Adam Anderson (Grave Digger the Legend) and Tom Meents (Goldberg/Maximum Destruction)