Dirty Mudder Truckers may not have been the racing show we asked for, but it is the one we need. From the exciting thrills to impossible terrain, the show is packed with thrill around every corner. One of the newest series on the blocks, Dirty Mudder Truckers began airing on the 27th of May 2019. As of 2020, the series has wrapped up its second season, with a potential third right around the corner. The series features the Dirty 7 crew as they are challenged by the monster truckers to race on tough-as-nails tracks. In this article, we will take a closer look at the main cast members of the show.
On his trusty Chasin’ Paper, Pete Euerle is not the cleanest or richest of racers out in the track. Most of his car is made up of things he found in the flea market, duct tapes, and zip ties. And while Pete does get a bit of stick for the way he uses his truck, he doesn’t seem to care. For Pete as long as the car is rolling, he is good to go. Pete describes his racing style as “checkers or wreckers”, and goes all out in his races. As Pete puts it, “I’m gonna give it everything I have, come hell or high water!” Talking about his personal detail, Pete is a resident of North Port Florida. An American by nationality Pete is 42 years of old born on February 11, 1978. For now, there seems no information on his wife or married life.
A veteran on the set, Randy has been racing mega trucks for around 6 to 7 years. His go-to truck is the Mudstick which comes with an all Alumunium 548, big block chevy blower motor, 1471 Hi Helix Metro, and 1600 Horse Power. Probably the heaviest fastest truck on the show, Randy lives for the thrill of the game and wants to prove that heavy trucks can be used for competitive racing.
Randy was born on April 22, 1975, in Rockmart, Georgia, US. Born and raised in Georgia, Randy attended Haralson County High School. Moving into his personal life details, Randy is a married man. He is married to longtime wife Lesha Priest. The couple tied the knot in 2001. In nearly a decade of marriage, the couple has two children. Their eldest Cole Priest was born on July 30, 2003. Then came their only daughter Eva Priest on April 13, 2006.
Wes Railing Jr.:
Aboard the Ridin’ dirty mega truck, Wes Railing Jr. is one of the few truckers to use alcohol injector. Playing to his strengths, Wes knows that as soon as he puts the pedal to the metal he has all the power he needs. The Ridin’ dirty is one of the best jumpers on the track, and Wes cannot get enough of the adrenaline rush of sitting in the driver seat. While not occupied by profession Wes can be found spending quality family time. Wes is happily married to Kaitlyn Railing. The pair is yet to welcome their first child. Talking about his roots Wes is from Orlando Florida and attended East River High School.
Equipped with a 632 alcohol injected big block Chevy engine, Jimmy Yeager is not messing around. On the track, The Riddle handles well and Jimmy feels comfort on the driving seat. While he does admit that he gets nervous before races, the race track is where he feels the most at home. Talking about his roots Jimmy is born and raised in Florida currently resides in Saint Cloud.
Chris Libak was born on the 28th of February 1992 in Fort Myers, Florida. Born and raised in Fort Myers, Chris was raised alongside his sister Jessica Libak. Chris grew up looking up to Scott Sweat on the race track and had his priorities straight right from the get-go. He wanted to build a truck that is fastest at the track and the result, the Animalistic Mega Truck. Equipped with a nitrous cylinder, Chris is not messing around in races. His cabinet of trophies and medals are a testament to his skills. And while Chris has perhaps won the most mud races in the nation, he loves the challenge of stepping on the track every time.
Talking about his personal life, Chris is a married man. He is married to Jordan Libak and they are parents to two lovely daughters.
Nick Vilmanis was born on November 10, 1976. A current resident of Tarpon Springs, Nick is married to Tina Vilmanis. Together the couple co-parents their children.
When on the track, Nick is like no other and has only one agenda, to get to the finish line first. Aboard the Grass Money truck, Nick believes that the truck represents the community. On the track for the adrenaline rush, Nick makes sure that, when he is racing, he leaves nothing on the table.
Keith Spiker was born on May 22, 1978, in Lakeland, Florida. Out on the tracks, Keith is there to represent his family. Atop the four-wheel steering Hammerhead, Keith revealed that he and the truck share the same name. Keith got the nickname from his uncle, who named him Hammerhead for trying to do the same thing over and over again until he gets it right. Having raced for 8-years, Keith also owns a tire shop and provides tires for the team. Not afraid to get in people’s faces, Keith doesn’t mind getting up close and personal. Keith is married to Brittney Johnson-Spiker. The pair is yet to give birth to their first child. From the previous relationship, Keith has a son Case Spiker in his 20’s.