Lawton, Oklahoma – Extreme Monster Truck Nationals – March 20, 2005

Photos By: Jim Mace
Event:Extreme Monster Truck Nationals
City: Lawton, Oklahoma
Date: March 20, 2005

Field of Trucks: Wild Hair (Ray Mowery), Project X (Kevin Poore), Bigfoot, Equalizer (Mike Hawkins). [Read more…]

Report from the World Finals in Vegas

AllMonster has received the first report from Las Vegas, with updated information on qualifying and much more! Jimmy Creten and Bounty Hunter was the fast qualifier as the only truck to break the 16-second barrier Friday night, while many drivers suffered mechanical troubles or errors in their official qualifying runs after stellar practice runs. Tom Meents in Maximum Destruction fell to the bottom of the bracket after getting on two wheels in the final turn, and teammate Phil Foster had drive train problems that only allowed him to drive the broken truck to register a time instead of going all out. The team was up until about 2:30 this morning making repairs, among them changing planetaries in Maximum Destruction. Jim Koehler rolled after tapping the breaks on his landing to avoid a date with the rock pile, and Team Avenger/Brutus pulled an all-nighter, making repairs until 5:00 this morning. The pit party is now underway, and the drivers’ meeting had some interesting events. The left lane will be moved up five feet to combat the advantage of trucks usually winning in the right lane, although the lanes seemed even in qualifying yesterday. It was a near unanimous vote by the drivers to do such a thing. In freestyle, if a truck is stopped on top of an obstacle, the track crew will be given three minutes to remove it, and if it cannot be removed, it becomes “fair game” as was the case last year. The weather is cold, windy, and a slight possibility of rain today, making for an interesting day of excitement as we near the big show. We wish all the trucks and drivers in Vegas good luck, and hope to have reports and photos by later tonight or earlier tomorrow!

Cincinnati, Ohio – Monster Jam – March 19, 2005

Photos By: Paul Harry
Event: Monster Jam
Venue: US Bank Arena
City: Cincinnati, Ohio
Date: March 19, 2005

Field of Trucks: Grave Digger (Gary Porter), War Wizard (Randy Moore), Lil’ Miss Dangerous (Jocelyn Perrin), Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle (Brandon Harrington), Samson (Dan Patrick), Rap Attack (Dave Rappach). [Read more…]

Richmond, Virginia – Monster Jam – March 19, 2005

Photos By: Dustin Hart
Event: Monster Jam
Venue: Richmond Coliseum
City: Richmond, Virginia
Date: March 19, 2005

Field of Trucks: Stone Crusher (Gary Wiggins), Grave Digger (Jason Childress), Virginia Giant (Diehl Wilson), Bad News (Bruce Haney), Aftershock (Bob Robbins), Annihilator (Greg Adams). [Read more…]

Las Vegas, Nevada – Monster Jam World Finals 6 – March 19, 2005

Photos By: Andrew Ellingwood
Event: Monster Jam
Venue: Sam Boyd Stadium
City: Las Vegas, Nevada
Date: March 19, 2005

Field of Trucks: Field of Trucks: Avenger (Jim Koehler), Brutus (Chris Bergeron), Pastrana 199 (Paul Cohen), Bounty Hunter (Jim Creten), Scarlet Bandit (Dawn Creten), Black Stallion (Mike Vaters), Black Smith (Pablo Huffaker), Blue Thunder (Tony Farrell), Destroyer (Dan Evans), Escalade (George Balhan), El Toro Loco (Lupe Soza), Hot Wheels (Phil Foster), Monster Mutt (Bobby Z), Power Forward (Frank Krmel), King Krunch (David Smith), Grave Digger (Dennis Anderson), Maximum Destruction (Tom Meents), Madusa, Superman (Chad Fortune)
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More From Hampton; Photo of the Week

Trevor Andrews’ photo gallery from Hampton, Virginia is now available in the Photos section, and we have finally updated our photo of the week. We thank Trevor for his time. Enjoy!

Monster Profile – Jason Witte of Wild Hair Monster Truck

Jason Witte Wild was able to catch up with Jason Witte of Wild Hair fame following his last race in the truck and get his thoughts on his career, his memories, and his future plans. We appreciate Jason taking his time out for us, and encourage everyone to take a look at our newest Monster Profile!

Minneapolis Monster Jam Photos Online!

126 photos from the February 19 Minneapolis Monster Jam are now available for your viewing pleasure, including photos of Grave Digger’s 6-minute freestyle and more! Look for a new Monster Profile with Wild Hair’s Jason Witte tomorrow. Enjoy, and thank you for visiting!

Monster Jam World Finals to be Broadcast Live on

Clear Channel has sent us the following press release announcing the live webcast of the Monster Jam World Finals March 19 in Las Vegas; we thank them for their time:

2005 Monster Jam World Finals To Be Webcast Live on USHRA.COM
Monster Jam LIVE! Makes Grand Debut

AURORA, Ill. (March 8, 2005) – Clear Channel Entertainment’s Motor Sports division announced today that the 2005 Monster Jam World Finals will be webcast live from Sam Boyd Stadium, March 19th on

The first ever installation of Monster Jam LIVE! will air the Monster Jam World Finals from opening ceremonies until the champion crowning. The audio broadcast will begin at 7:00 p.m. (PST).

The show will feature veteran Supercross LIVE! announcer, Chad Damiani, as host and will give fans at home an opportunity to listen live to all the action directly from the largest Monster Jam event of the year.

“We are extremely excited to bring the first ever Monster Jam webcast to life and there is no better event to do it at than the Monster Jam World Finals at Las Vegas’ Sam Boyd Stadium on March 19,” said Mark Abernethy, senior director of brand marketing for Clear Channel Entertainment Motor Sports. “We have had huge success over the past five years with Supercross LIVE! and we think that Monster Jam LIVE! has the potential to be even bigger in terms of live webcast listeners.”
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Monster Trucks to go to China?

Clear Channel Communications stated today that it may form a joint venture that would bring many forms of motorsports and concerts to China, including monster trucks. To read the full story, click here: