The first "official" Monster Jam World Finals was held on March 25th, 2000. The event featured a sixteen truck lineup.
Tom Meents, driving Goldberg, won the first Racing title over Scott Hartsock in Gunslinger.
Dennis Anderson, driving Grave Digger, won the first Freestyle title with a perfect score of 40.
Despite the fact that only Airborne Ranger and King Krunch pulled out, WCW Nitro Machine, Prowler, and Reptoid's freestyles were not shown on the recordings.
Track LayoutThe track layout was basic compared to modern standards, but many consider it to be a great track for its age.
The track had two trucks starting beside each other behind the stadium. They drove down the length of the stadium, made a U-turn and hit a car stack, crossing the finish line in the process.
Round 1 Racing
Goldberg vs. WCW Nitro Machine
Bulldozer vs. Predator
Sudden Impact vs. Wrenchead.com
nWo vs. Sting
Madusa vs. Airborne Ranger (Crashes)
Reptoid vs. Gunslinger
King Krunch vs. Avenger
Grave Digger vs, Prowler
Round 2 Racing
Goldberg vs. Predator
Wrenchead.com vs. Sting
Madusa vs. Gunslinger
King Krunch vs. Grave Digger
Goldberg vs. Wrenchead.com
Gunslinger vs. King Krunch
Goldberg vs. Gunslinger
Grave Digger: 40 (crash)
nWo: 37 (crash)
Goldberg: 37 (crash)
Madusa: 34 (crash)
Sudden Impact: 26
WCW Nitro Machine: 19 (crash) (Freestyle Never Shown On TV)
Prowler: 16 (Freestyle Never Shown On TV)
Reptoid: 4 (Freestyle Never Shown On TV)
Airborne Ranger: DNF
King Krunch: DNF
Pit Party Trucks
- Extreme Team
- Goldberg (Display)
- This would be the only World Finals appearance of Reptoid (though he did compete at the World Finals 0), Prowler, nWo, WCW Nitro Machine, and Airborne Ranger.
- Prowler, Reptoid, and Nitro Machine's Freestyles were not seen on TV.