While Steve Sims and Darren Migues were on opposite ends of the country, the veteran drivers both had great weekends behind the wheel of their Stone Crusher’s. Sims brough his Stone Crusher to Memphis, Tennessee’s for two shows at the Fed Ex Forum. The action kicked off on Friday night where Sims picked up a racing win in the finals over teammate Morgan Kane and Mopar Magic. Other results from the night saw Sims tie for second in the wheelie competition and an out right second place finish in freestyle. Saturday night saw similar results as Sims once again picked up a racing win over Mopar Magic. Once again Sims came up just short of the freestyle victory taking second place.
Meanwhile, in Spokane, Darren Migues was at the Spokane Arena for a grueling four show weekend. Migues started off the weekend on a high note with a spectacular wheelie contest win on Friday night. Saturday afternoon saw Migues take a tough route on his way to the final round. After a first round loss, Migues returned as a fast loser to face Tony Farrell and Grave Digger The Legend. Migues took advantage of the reprieve, taking out Grave Digger The Legend for a rematch with Iron Outlaw in the finals. This time it was Migues with the upper hand picking up the final round win. The two saw each other once again in the first round during the Saturday night event. The Stone Crusher fell to Iron Outlaw but once again would return as the fast loser. Migues took advantage once again, picking up a win over Captain USA, before taking out Grave Digger The Legend in the finals. Sunday saw a similar story play out again. Migues lost in the first round to Iron Outlaw and once again was able to come back as the fastest loser. Yet again, Migues was able to capitalize and take out Grave Digger The Legend in the semi finals. In the finals Migues piloted the Stone Crusher to its third racing win of the weekend as he took out Charles Benns and the Monster Mutt Rottweiler.
This coming weekend will be busy for all members of the Stone Crusher team with major stadium events on both coasts. Steve Sims will be in Jacksonville at EverBank Field, while Darren Migues will be at the Oakland Coliseum in California.