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Name: Nicole Johnson
Team Name: Scooby-Doo!
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2014 1st Woman in Monster Jam history to successfully land a backflip in a Monster Jam truck
2013 Awarded Crash Madness of the Year award
2013 Debuted Warner Brothers officially licensed Scooby-Doo Monster Jam truck
2012 2nd Place, Inaugural Monster Jam Young Guns Shootout, Monster Jam World Finals
2011 Awarded Monster Jam Rising Star Driver award
2011 9-time Racing Winner, Monster Jam First Quarter U.S. Tour
2010 3rd Place Series Finish W.E.ROCK Western Nationals
2010 Awarded “Fastest Queen” King of the Hammers 2010 as First Female Finisher
2009 3rd Place National Sand Drag Association
2009 2nd Place Put Up or Shut Up – King of the Hammers Qualifier
2008 5th Place Series Finish W.E.ROCK Western Nationals
2008 First Woman to Ever Finish King of the Hammers Race
2007 2nd Place Super Stock Class, Pro Rock Women’s National Championships
2007 2nd Place ProMod Class, W.E.ROCK Women’s National Championships
2005 1st Place Super Stock Class, ProRock Women’s National Championships
2004 1st Place Rhino Class, ProRock Women’s National Championships
Nicole Johnson’s love of off-road sports started at a young age. Her father was a diesel mechanic by trade. He taught her the ins and outs of mechanics and had her driving a go-cart by the age of 5. Nicole’s off-road career began with her husband, Frank. The pair often spent weekends four wheeling. They even served as Treasurer and President of the Southern Nevada Landcruiser Association. In 2004 Nicole ran her first rock crawling race at Pro Rock Women’s National Championships, in a vehicle she borrowed from a friend. Frank acted as her spotter and the couple placed first. This sparked the creation of their rock crawling team Johnson Motorsports. In 2007, Nicole went pro and competed through 2010 in the Pro Modified class at W.E. Rock.
In 2011, Nicole joined Monster Jam as the driver of the Tasmanian Devil. She made history as she won her debut performance. She then proceeded to place 9 out of 10 weeks, breaking the record for most racing wins in a single season by a rookie or a female. She continued a second season with the Tasmanian Devil before being selected to drive Scooby-Doo! in 2013. Today she is still the driver of Scooby-Doo! and travels with the Monster Truck Jam series.