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USA-1
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USA-1 circa 2017

Owner

Everett Jasmer (name), Roger Gauger (chassis)

Driver

Roger Gauger

Body Style

Chevy Silerado

Engine

572 cu in (9.4 l) Chevrolet V8

Transmission

Powerglide

Tires

66" Terra/BKT

Debut

1982

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USA-1 at Monster Jam Richmond, VA 2016

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USA-1

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With Quadzilla's tire

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Original render of 2015 USA-1

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Original USA-1

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USA-1 II

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USA-1 is a Chevy Silverado monster truck out of Minnesota owned by Everett Jasmer and driven by Roger Gauger. This truck is famous for being one of the first monster trucks after Bigfoot. It is rumored Jasmer stopped competing with USA-1 because he did not want to sell out to larger promoters, such as FELD. USA-1 is featured in the game Monster Truck Destruction. The games features 4 different versions of the truck.
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Kirk Dabney's USA-1.

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Randy Brown's USA-1.

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Hall Bros USA-1.

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Original USA-1

Product
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Johnny Lightning USA-1 prototype

History

  • 1982 - USA-1 debuts under Everett Jasmer.
  • 1987 - Rod Litzau joins the team.
  • 1988 - USA-1 wins the first TNT Championship.
  • 1989 - Steve Wilke joins the team.
  • 1991 - USA-1 retires.
  • 1993 - Hall Bros. Racing (Mark & Tim Hall) campaign USA-1 on one of their trucks.
  • 2000 - Randy Brown campaigns USA-1 on Pure Adrenaline.
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    2015 - Roger Gauger debuts a brand new USA-1, the first in more than 10 years.
  • 2016 - The truck competed at it's first Monster Jam event at the Richmond Coliseum in February. In December, the original truck makes a display during a Monster Jam event at US Bank Stadium, even though Roger's truck did not compete in the event.
  • 2017 - USA-1 competes in its first Monster Jam Stadium event in Minneapolis.
  • 2018 - Roger Gauger's father tragically passes away causing a few shows to be cancelled.
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Cancelled Playskool toy

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