Bradshaw and Meents Stand Tall in St Louis | Monster Jam FS1 Championship Series

St. Louis Monster Jam FS1 Championship Series

As the Monster Jam FS1 Championship Series reached Round 7 in St. Louis, the big storyline was if anyone could stop the dominance of Adam Anderson and Grave Digger. With a 10-point lead and last week’s Double Down in Anaheim, it looked like a prime opportunity for Anderson to capitalize and clinch the title. With Damon Bradshaw and Tom Meents the only two drivers not mathematically eliminated from the championship, they knew it would take a major momentum swing to keep the championship hunt alive. By the end of the night, the points championship saw one more driver eliminated from contention, but a still not clear picture of the series outlook. [Read More …]

Adam Anderson Dominates Anaheim Monster Jam FS1 Championship Series

anaheim monster jam fs1 championship series

Adam Anderson and Grave Digger entered Anaheim with a six point lead over Damon Bradshaw and Monster Energy on the Monster Jam FS1 Championship Series with his sights set on expanding that lead this weekend. Anderson did just that, he dominated the competition with his strongest performance of the season. It looks like Anderson has put the title out of reach for the nearest competition in the Monster Jam FS1 Championship Series standings after just six events. [Read More …]

Anderson and Bradshaw Make Gains in Indy

Indianapolis Monster Jam FS1 Championship Series

The fourth round of the Monster Jam FS1 Championship Series rolled into Lucas Oil Stadium this weekend where valuable points were on the line towards the series title and an automatic bid into Monster Jam World Finals XVII. The FS1 Championship Series leader Adam Anderson and Grave Digger were poised to build on their lead while the likes of Tom Meents, Damon Bradshaw, and Dustin Brown had their sites set to close the gap that Anderson had built over three events. [Read More …]

Brown and Anderson Kick Off FS1 Championship Series On Top

Atlanta Monster Jam FS1 Championship Series

Just one week into the 2016 Monster Jam FS1 Championship Series and the storylines are already growing in the hunt for the title and a guaranteed spot into the Monster Jam World Finals. 16 trucks did battle on the floor of the Georgia Dome and two drivers currently sit atop of the series standings after leaving Atlanta.

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Looking Ahead | Monster Jam FS1 Championship Series

Monster Jam FS1 Championship Series

Following the success of last year’s series, Monster Jam is returning the FS1 Championship Series for 2016. Last season saw some of the most interesting story-lines in recent Monster Jam history over the course of nine weeks as sixteen Monster Jam competitors battled it out for a series title and four automatic qualifier sports into Monster Jam World Finals XVI. This year’s series will feature many of the same places and drivers, but a few new additions to the competition could make things very interesting for the next few months. [Read More …]

Runte and Sims Victorious at Back To School Monster Truck Bash

2015 Back To School Monster Truck Bash

As the calendar strikes August and the anticipation of a new school year draws near, the annual Back to School Monster Truck Bash is one last summer hurrah for many Charlotte area kids, but for the monster truck industry it’s one of the most unique events on the circuit. This year would be no different, as eight of the best monster trucks were set to do battle on an even tougher version of the infamous crossover course seen over the last six years in Charlotte. The expectations were high for a great event, and the Back To School Monster Truck Bash delivered with a spectacular night of action. [Read More …]

A Look Back at the Monster Jam Fox Sports 1 Championship Series

Monster Jam Fox Sports 1 Championship Series

So far 2015 has been an interesting year for the monster truck industry, with a number of ups and downs. Few things generated as much buzz going into the new year as the announcement of the Fox Sports 1 Championship Series from Monster Jam. The series put 16 trucks together to compete over the course of nine weeks with four automatic qualifier positions into World Finals XVI and a championship trophy on the line. For Monster Jam, it would be the first points series in over a decade, which led to much discussion and anticipation about how the season would unfold. There would be many story lines played out over the nine-week season, which made for one of the most interesting first quarters in some time. We decided to take a look back to the Winter and provide our thoughts and analysis on the Fox Sports 1 Championship Series and the events that took place. [Read More …]

Cincinnati #MoreMonsterJam Teasers – Night 1

The #MoreMonsterJam tour rolled into Cincinnati, Ohio’s US Bank Arena for the first of three shows on the weekend, and did not disappoint. Colton Eichelberger took top honors in Grave Digger, and it was a wild first night of action. Rollovers from Scooby Doo (twice) and Blue Thunder, as well as a broken rear axle on Monster Mutt Rottweiler and a blown engine on Grave Digger were just some of the noticeable damage. With two shows looming today, the crews will work overtime to make another great day of monster trucks happen. Enjoy some teasers from our own Robby Haught, with full galleries of Friday night and Saturday night’s shows to come:

Cincinnati #MoreMonsterJam Teasers

Press Release: Monster Jam FOX Sports 1 Championship Series Begins This Weekend in Houston

All Nine Championship Series Events To Air on FOX Sports 1

All Nine Championship Series Events To Air on FOX Sports 1

AURORA, Ill. (December 29, 2014) – Feld Motor Sports® announced today the Monster Jam® FOX Sports 1 Championship Series, an enhanced points-paying stadium tour, that awards the top four finishers a berth at the prestigious Monster Jam World FinalsSM at Las Vegas’ Sam Boyd Stadium on March 26-28. [Read More …]

Throw Down For What? New Monster Truck DVD Coming Soon!

Throw Down For What - Monster Truck DVD

The media crew at Monster Truck Throwdown had a busy 2014 working on an awesome new monster truck DVD titled Throw Down For What which follows the 2014 Monster Truck Throwdown season, featuring some incredible events in Illinois, Maine, and Michigan. The DVD takes an in depth look at the action on the track, as well as behind the scenes as the drivers and crews alike battle against each other, and the elements at some of the biggest independent Monster Truck events in the country. With some of the sports top drivers and rising stars Throw Down For What has plenty of thrills with wild action, but make no mistake this film is more than just jumps and crashes. The crew focused on bringing a different perspective to Monster Truck videos by focusing on what happens behind the scenes, both on and off the track. Several drivers were interviewed over the course of filming including the likes of Jim Koehler (Avenger), Steve Koehler (Wrecking Crew), Greg Wichenbach (Crushstation), Jamey Garner (Over Bored), Trent Montgomery (Bounty Hunter), JR McNeal (Xtermigator), and others to get their perspective on what it’s like to drive this machines and find out what they’re thinking as they chase the Monster Truck Throwdown championship. Filmed entirely in high definition, there’s plenty of stunning visuals like no other Monster Truck dvd of its kind. [Read More …]