It is undoubtably the one event every year that Monster Jam fans, crews and drivers alike want to be a part of. Since the show began back in 2000, it has expanded from a 16 truck gathering to a 70-plus truck extravaganza.
Monster Jam spent all season revealing who earned the right to compete for the two prestigeous titles in the sport. Now, over the course of two days, 24 trucks and drivers will take to Sam Boyd Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada, to go after a racing and freestyle championship.
The Monster Jam World Finals has become the destination at the end of March that everyone wants to be a part of, and this year especially. It is already anticipated to be one of the biggest events in the history of Monster Jam, as one team will culminate a year-long celebration of three decades of dominance, while other drivers look to back up what they earned one year ago.
Some new faces enter this event with a renewed confidence after a season of surprises, and extreme moments. With Vegas being the fastest and biggest track for the entire season, there is no limit as to what could happen.
With 24 trucks in the field, it is hard to determine who will be the best in either the racing or freestyle portion of the show, especially with the talent in this year's field.
However, that doesn't mean there are not some obvious favorites that are high in the odds for this year's trophies.
Here is a look at who I believe are the favorites, sleepers and dark horses for the Monster Jam World Finals XIII.