Awareness Racing owners Ed Dunning and Todd Morey are pleased to announce the newly formed Alliance with 2Xtreme Racing and it’s owners Jim and Dawn Creten of Tonganoxie, Kansas. Together, this Alliance will field the brand new @team_survivor Monster Truck. [Read More ...]
For Immediate Release – (Paducah, KY) Awareness Racing owners Ed Dunning and Todd Morey are proud to release the rendering of a brand new monster truck! The new truck name?….@team_survivor [Read More ...]
In recent years, we’ve seen a number of incredible talents make their debuts and become rising stars, and the future looks bright for Steven Sims. The second-generation driver has been invited to compete in this year’s Young Guns Shootout at the Monster Jam World Finals. Few first year drivers have had as much buzz surrounding them like the 18-year-old Sims. With only a handful of events under his belt, he’s taken the reigns of Hooked and looked like a seasoned veteran competing against some of the sport’s top drivers. We decided to take a look at the path Sims has made on his way there. [Read More ...]
For immediate release:-Paducah, KYTodd Morey and Ed Dunning are proud to announce the formation of a brand new Monster Truck team: Awareness Racing. The partnership pairs the young and aggressive Morey, with successful Kentucky businessman Dunning.
For the third straight year Syracuse, New York’s Carrier Dome played host to the stars of Monster Jam for a night of wild action. The short history of the annual event has turned in some memorable moments, and this year’s event would be no different, with a number of World Finals and Young Guns Shootout qualifiers in the field. When the dust settled, it would be two of the sport’s living legends standing atop of the stage victorious. [Read More ...]
Once again our good friend Stephanie Cotnoir (aka Miss Tool Box) checks in with a unique blog post chronicling one of her more recent adventures, as she traveled to Jacksonville, Florida to take part in the Monster Truck Girls calendar shoot. Cotnoir joined several other girls from within the monster truck industry for a fun weekend and gives us an inside look of a different type to some the antics and perspectives from herself and the other girls participating in the photo shoot. [Read More ...]
It was another crazy event at the St. Louis Monster Jam, and Josh Rhodes and Ed Hoormann were on hand for all the action. Two big news items came from the event. First in racing, Chad Fortune took Captain America to a big racing victory over Carl VanHorn in Grave Digger after VanHorn got up on two wheels in the final turn. It was all Grave Digger in freestyle, however, as both VanHorn and Adam Anderson in Grave Digger the Legend stole the show with amazing runs. The similarity in their runs? Each of them launched off of a dirt pad and came down partially on top of Kreg Christenson’s toppled Maximum Destruction truck. All trucks emerged safely afterwards, but the spectacular moments of the night lingered in the mind of drivers and spectators alike as they headed for the exits. Ed and Josh’s full photo galleries from the event are now online! Thanks to both of them and enjoy.
The Toughest Monster Truck Tour showed some muscle as they rolled into Youngstown, Ohio’s Covelli Center for a two show weekend of stellar monster truck action. With six of the toughest monster trucks around set to do battle for the nightly Toughest Monster Truck title there was plenty going on throughout the weekend and our own Jeremy Puglisi was there to capture it all. [Read More ...]
Thanks to Josh Rhodes, the 2013 Indianapolis Monster Jam has a huge 500-photo gallery available for your viewing pleasure. Enjoy!
Our own Jeremy Puglisi was in Columbus, Ohio tonight and filled us in with live updates on Twitter. Now, it’s recap time, as the first night of the monster truck season is in the books. It was all Jimmy Creten and Bounty Hunter, getting 2Xtreme Racing‘s season off to a strong start with victories in both racing and freestyle. Grinder, Madusa, Scarlet Bandit, Illuminator, Samson, Grave Digger, and Superman were all out for the titles tonight. [Read More ...]