The Fall months tend to be a slower time for most of the monster truck world but the Stone Crusher team finds ways to keep busy and thrilling fans. The month of October featured two different events, starting off with a four show weekend in Philadelphia, and then taking a quick trip to Jamaica, Virginia for the annual Run A Muck Mud Bog at Virginia Motor Speedway. Four shows are always a grueling test on equipment but the Stone Crusher team kept the truck at peak performance throughout the entire weekend in Philadelphia. The stacked line up of former world champions was a tough field of competition, proving to be tough competition. While the Stone Crusher was kept out of the winner’s circle for the weekend, the team still had a solid outing with several good freestyle performances, making many new Stone Crusher fans along the way.
After a long four show weekend in Philadelphia, the Run A Muck Mud Bog at Virginia Speedway was quite the change of pace. The freestyle exhibition was a good opportunity to cut loose and have some fun with the truck, and that’s just what Steve Sims did. With only a couple jumps to work with Sims got the most out of them with several flying leaps as he soared the Stone Crusher over them with ease. The crowd loved it as Sims kept going bigger and bigger throughout his performance, eventually knocking loose a few body panels along the way.
This coming weekend marks the final event of 2013 for the Stone Crusher team as they get one more chance to see their dedicated local fans at the Hampton Coliseum, with three shows starting Friday night. It’s sure to be a great time for all so if you’re in the area come on out to cheer us on. Check back soon for recaps from this weekend’s action in Hampton.