- The combined form of the group of five Decepticons known as the Stunticons.
- He is immensely powerful, capable of delivering a punch with the force of 140 tons.
- He uses Motormaster's cyclone gun to blow through Autobot barriers and carries a silver ionizer sword with a charge of 50,000 volts.
- However, owing to the massively conflicting personalities of his component parts - and even more significantly the hatred Breakdown, Drag Strip, Wildrider and Dead End have for their leader Motormaster - he is the most unstable of the Gestalt Transformers.
- He would be the ultimate Decepticon weapon were it not for the conflict within him.
- The team leader.
- He transforms into a Kenworth K100 Aerodyne sleeper tractor-trailer.
- He forms the torso and thighs of Menasor.
- He frequently uses his bulk and strength to crash into other vehicles and even buildings.
- He seeks to destroy Optimus Prime in order to claim the title "King of the Road".
- However, he seems to be at a disadvantage considering one confrontation ended with himself and Optimus Prime ramming each other head on in vehicle mode and the Decepticon was severely damaged while the Autobot came out unscathed.
- He is hated and feared by the other Stunticons.
- Voiced by Roger C. Carmel.
- Drag Strip
- He transforms in to a 1976 Tyrrell P34 Formula One car.
- He forms the right arm of Menasor.
- Obsessed with competition, will not hesitate to cheat in order to win.
- Voiced by Ron Gans.
- Dead End
- He transforms into a Porsche 928 car.
- He forms the left arm of Menasor.
- He is a pessimist and a fatalist who sees little point in continuing the Autobot-Decepticon war, as everyone is going to die anyway.
- Voiced by Philip L. Clarke.
- He transforms into a mid-1980s Lamborghini Countach, car.
- He forms the right lower leg of Menasor.
- He is a paranoid robot who thinks everybody—even inanimate Earth cars—is staring at him.
- His vibrations from his engine can cause mechanical breakdowns in nearby vehicles.
- Voiced by Alan Oppenheimer.
- He transforms into a 1970s Ferrari 308 GTB car.
- He forms the left lower leg of Menasor.
- He is a reckless driver who intentionally pays no attention to traffic laws or road safety.
- His principal fear is quiet.
- Voiced by Terence McGovern.
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