Andy Hoffman and team Nitemare are gearing up for 2005 in a big way–with a brand new truck! Hoffman Motorsports was kind enough to send us some pictures of the new truck during testing and a press release also. Read more below!
AllMonster.com’s newest Monster Profile with Allen Pezo is now available for viewing. Pezo talked about his success this season, his future in the sport, and much more. Enjoy! Scott Bryant’s article on Team Predator is still available in the News Archives section of the site.
AllMonster.com would like to thank Allen and Diane Pezo for their time and support.
Allen Pezo was kind enough to give us his time for interviews with Scott Bryant and Robert Haught. Scott’s recent article on AllMonster with Allen includes a great deal of information on Pezo’s trucks and history. Allen also asked us to let the fans know that www.predatorracinginc.com is being redesigned and will be fully functional soon. We thank Allen for his time and courtesy. [Read More …]
This weekend the team is headed to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania for a display at Cerini’s Harley Davidson, one of Slifko’s sponsors. AllMonster.com should have some pictures from the display after the weekend. Check Eradicator4x4.com for more information on both the display and race trucks!
Trey Myers started his career in monster trucks through Mike Vaters of Black Stallion, working his way through the ranks of being a crew member until getting a chance to drive Vaters’ Battle Kat tank. After an injury to Vaters put Myers into driving duty in Black Stallion, Myers had his chance. After Vaters recovered, the Iron Warrior truck came into Team Black Stallion’s possession through a lease with the owner, Glenn Bowlin. Trey was kind enough to sit down with us for an interview; we thank him for his time. [Read More …]
Trey Myers of Iron Warrior was kind enough to speak with AllMonster today and update us on what is going on with the Black Stallion and Iron Warrior trucks. “It looks like Iron Warrior and Black Stallion will be a unit for the winter season and travel to all the shows together,” said Myers. “I will probably be doing most of the driving, and Glenn Bowlin may still drive occasionally also.”
The team has been working on a variety of things, including a new race truck for Vaters. Myers said Team Black Stallion and Iron Warrior hope to be competing at a lot of Thunder Nationals and small Monster Jam shows as well. Look for more from Myers soon; he will be the subject of our next Monster Profile, and there will be plenty more new information there! AllMonster.com would like to thank Trey for taking time out to talk with us.
Dennis Anderson in Grave Digger won the racing portion of Olympic Stadium’s Monster Jam in Montreal yesterday, beating Lupe Soza’s El Toro Loco in the finals. Brian Barthel took the freestyle victory with a career performance, scoring a 30 with two long power wheelies during his run. Phil Foster barrel rolled Maximum Destruction during his round one win over Guy Wood in Hot Wheels, but returned for freestyle and rolled again. Five of ten trucks rolled overall in freestyle, including War Wizard, Grave Digger, Maximum Destruction, Avenger, and Hot Wheels. In related news, Monster Jam will become a regular part of SPEED Channel’s programming very soon. Starting in December and running through February, Monster Jam will be on every weekday at 6 PM!
Gary Porter and Grave Digger 12 won the racing, donut, and freestyle competitions at today’s monster truck event in Englishtown, New Jersey, while Mike Vaters and Black Stallion took the wheelie contest. Andy Slifko’s Eradicator caught on fire after exploding a transmission while performing a donut(see picture above), but both truck and driver were fine. Joliet coverage is also available; enjoy, and thanks for visiting AllMonster.com! (photo courtesy Andrew Palochko)