The Stone Crusher team was rocking this past weekend as they tore up Monster Jam events from the east coast to the mid-west. While Steve Sims had his Stone Crusher at the 1st Mariner Arena near the Chesapeake Bay harbor of Baltimore, Maryland; Morgan Kane and the second Stone Crusher were at Oklahoma City’s Chesapeake Energy Arena. [Read more…]
The North-east swing continued in Worcester, Massachusetts after a strong outing the week before in Hartford, Connecticut. With four shows on tap and a stellar field of competition, Steve Sims and the Stone Crusher team were sure to remain busy throughout the weekend. Sims pushed the Stone Crusher to the limit in every pass, but was unable to break through with any victories. While the stat columns may not have looked bright, the Stone Crusher shined with many great freestyle runs all weekend long. The tight floor of the DCU Center is used to hosing the Worcester Sharks, not 10,000 pound monster trucks, but Sims worked the Stone Crusher around the track getting plenty of great air and thrilling the crowds.
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Coming off a weekend which included his second double down of the year, Morgan Kane and the Stone Crusher returned home for a three show weekend at the Hampton Coliseum. With friends and family in attendance, the pressure was on for the Stone Crusher to be at the top for the hometown crowd. Kane did not disappoint, as he would pick up multiple wins on the weekend. [Read more…]
This weekend the entire Stone Crusher team was rocking both ends of the East Coast, as Steve Sims was in Hartford, Connecticut, while Morgan Kane was in Columbia, South Carolina. Each driver had three shows on the weekend to thrill Monster Jam fans and did just that all weekend. [Read more…]
For the first time ever, the Stone Crusher visited St. Louis, Missouri’s Edward Jones Dome. The building known as one of the midwest’s biggest annual Monster Jam events always has the biggest stars in the sport and this year would be no different when Steve Sims and company rolled into town. Despite the long distance between Orlando and St. Louis, the team was able to get the Stone Crusher back to 100% after the damage it received in a stellar freestyle run at the Citrus Bowl. Their efforts paid off as Sims wheeled the Stone Crusher to a strong overall performance in St. Louis. [Read more…]
The Stone Crusher team traveled from Tampa to Orlando looking to bounce back from an off weekend, and did so in a big way. The always raucous crowd in Orlando packed the Citrus Bowl for a wild night of Monster Jam action. [Read more…]
With momentum on his side from a great weekend in Charlotte, Morgan Kane looked to close out the month of January with another strong performance. After some time spent at the shop back in Virginia Beach, Kane and crew chief Gary Wiggins ventured to Washington, DC for four shows in three days at the Verizon Center. [Read more…]
Following a great outing in Atlanta with some unique circumstances, the team was back to business as usual this past weekend as they traveled to Charlotte and Tampa respectively. [Read more…]
After a great opening weekend, the entire Monster Trucks Unlimited team traveled to Atlanta, Georgia for their first major stadium event of 2012. The postponement of the Houston Monster Jam from the prior weekend created a unique situation for the team, as all three team trucks were in attendance. While Steve Sims and Bryan Wright were in their normal rides of Stone Crusher and Monster Magic, Morgan Kane’s Stone Crusher was given a facelift for the weekend to fill in as El Toro Loco. [Read more…]
It was the first weekend of an all new season and the Stone Crusher team was out in full force for opening weekend. Steve Sims and company made the trk up to Rochester, New York’s Blue Cross Arena for three days, and three shows of Thunder Nationals. Meanwhile, Morgan Kane would make his Stone Crusher debut in an all new truck at Evansville, Indiana’s Ford Center for 3 Monster Jam events in two days. [Read more…]