The summer is always a busy time in the world of monster trucks, and that’s no different for the Crushstation camp. Read more →
Bottom Feeder Motorsports is proud to share the news the Crushstation and Lumberjack will both be featured in an all new monster truck DVD from our friends at Monster Truck Throwdown in their all new film titled Joyride! Following the success of 2014’s Throw Down For What? the Monster Truck Throwdown media crew have put together their highly anticipated follow up showcasing some of the sports top trucks at huge events across North America and in some unique environments, taking monster trucks to places they’ve never been before. Read more →
Not only was this weekend special for the Bottom Feeder Motorsports team as we got to perform in front of our hometown fans at the Windsor Fair for Monster Truck Throwdown, but we were presented with a special honor from the tour. It was there that driver Greg Wichenbach was given the 2015 Monster Truck Throwdown series championship trophy. After a summer of awesome performances behind the wheel of the Crushstation in 2015 it was a well deserved championship title for Wichenbach. The championship is a huge honor for Wichenbach and the entire team as the family operation put in a lot of hard work and countless hours to keep both the Crushstation and Lumberjack running at their best. The championship shows that hard work and determination pays off in a big way. Read more →
For the past few summers the Bottom Feeder Motorsports crew have traveled out to Soaring Eagle Casino and Resort for their annual Monster Truck Madness event with the Monster Truck Throwdown tour. The event has been one of the favorite’s of the entire Crushstation team and one that driver and owner Greg Wichenbach has wanted to bring home some hardware from for each year. The Monstah Lobstah has been fast in racing the past two years, but each time their racing campaign ended with a wild rollover against Devin Jones and the Barbarian in the semi-finals. For 2016, Wichenbach was determined to not let it happen again and bring home a racing trophy and maybe even the freestyle trophy as well. Read more →
It’s been a busy first quarter for the Bottom Freeder Motorsports gang as Crushstation and Lumberjack have been rocking arenas up and down the east coast. This past weekend though they got to stretch their legs, or claws in the Monstah Lobstah’s case when they visited Jacksonville, Florida’s EverBank Field for their first stadium event of the season. With a sell out crowd of 70,000+ Monster Jam fans in attendance it didn’t take much to get amped up for the show.
Greg Winchenbach and Mike Thompson had a great time flying the trucks around and whipping up some awesome donuts for the fans in Jacksonville. For Thompson and the Lumberjack, it would be one of their first ever stadium events and they got off to a great start with some big air, but a rough landing forced Thompson to bring the truck back to the pits earlier than he hoped. Luckily for them their will be many more opportunities for the Lumberjack to rock the house, but it was disappointing to be done early.
The Monstah Lobstah Crushstation was sporting a fresh new body for this weekend, but that didn’t mean Winchenbach was going to hold back in freestyle. They started off strong with a big jump right out of the pits to kick off their freestyle run. Winchenbach continued with the big air and even tried to work in a slap wheelie before a steering pump let go at the end of his regulation time. It would cut their efforts a little short but an otherwise strong freestyle run from the Crushstation team.
The next stop for Crushsation and Lumberjack will be in Biloxi, Mississippi for a three show weekend with Monster Jam at the Mississippi Coast Coliseum. We hope to make many new fans in our visit to the Gulf Coast!