Monster Truck 2023 – Toxic
Toxic 2023

Driver Profile: Preston Pérez

Driver: Preston Pérez
Hometown: Frederick, Maryland
Birthday: September 12, 1996
Truck Name: Toxic
Year: 2008
Make: Ford
Model: F-350
Engine: 540-Cubic-Inch Big Block Chevy
Horsepower: 1,500
Modifications: Patrick Enterprises Chassis & Triple Bypass Shocks, 2-speed Powerglide Transmission, 66"×43"×25″ tires

How did you get started in racing?
I was a HUGE fan my whole life and still am. I worked my way up and volunteered for many teams across the country since I was a teenager and did whatever I had to do to get a chance to drive one day.


What is your greatest accomplishment in racing?
There are so many to list...

Winning at only my second Monster Jam event ever. Also,  being able to compete on a stadium series in 2022 for Jim Koehler and getting to pilot as many as 17 different monster trucks, are just a few of my favorite highlights!


Do you have any pre-show rituals?
I always make sure I say a prayer to myself, my family, and all my fellow racers, fans, staff members, etc.


What is your goal for the Jamborees?
To have as much fun as I can and to hopefully come out with a victory!


Is there anything else you would like 4-Wheel Jamboree fans to know?
To any fans out there reading, I hope that I can be a good example in showing that with hard work, a "never quit" attitude, and faith in the Lord, you can accomplish anything you set your mind to!


Facebook: @prestonperezmt
Instagram: @prestonperez