Black Stallion and Iron Warrior Take on Stone Crusher and Grave Digger at Monster Jam

The Monster Jam Circuit witnessed some of its wildest action in Hampton, Virginia in front of a sold-out crowd.

Black Stallion piloted by Michael Vaters on the Monster Jam Circuit
Black Stallion piloted by Michael Vaters on the Monster Jam Circuit
Michael Vaters piloted the Black Stallion to wins in both Friday night’s Racing contest and Saturday nights Wheelie Contest. Vaters teammate Trey Myers won in Friday night’s Wheelie Contest.

Iron Warrior driven by Trey Myers is also equipped with K&N products on the Monster Jam Circuit
Iron Warrior driven by Trey Myers is also equipped with K&N products on the Monster Jam Circuit
Grave Digger, El Toro Loco, Backdraft and Stone Crusher were also in the middle of the track action. It started right away with Trey Myers in the Iron Warrior rolling over on the way to taking the Wheelie Contest win. Vaters then went through the field of competition to finally pair up against Stone Crusher.

Both trucks went flying across the line but Vaters hole-shot gave an advantage to the Black Stallion for the win. In addition, Vaters jumped the large ramp on the floor in reverse and landed out in the middle of the floor. It was one of the highest and longest reverse jumps in a long time at the Hampton Coliseum.

Vaters is preparing for the 2009 Monster Jam season. He uses K&N air and oil filters on his Monster Trucks. “Over my many years in this business I’ve used a lot of products, but K&N is the one that can handle the dirty and dusty environment during Monster Jam competitions,” said Vaters. “We are known nationwide for our wild and crazy driving and the ability to push our engines to the limit. We’re hard on our motors and K&N gives us the protection we need for competition.”

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