Monster Jam is just over a week away! Have you got your tickets yet? It is coming to Salt Lake City on Friday, February 24 at 7:30 pm and Saturday, February 25 at 2 pm and 7:30 pm at Energy Solutions Arena. You can get tickets at Energy Solutions Arena Box Office, all Smith’s Tix Outlets, online at www.smithstix.com, or charge by phone at (800) 888-TIXX. AND You can get $5 discount coupons from Maverik when you get 8 gallons of gas!
The event will feature:
Grave Digger® driven by Rod Schmidt,
Maximum Destruction® driven by Kreg Christensen,
Maverick driven by Ron Duncombe,
The Felon driven by Mark Schroeder,
Titan driven by Donald Epindendio,
Incinerator driven by Ryan Rice and
Northern Nightmare driven by Cam McQueen!
Kreg Christensen is from Utah!
Veteran monster truck driver Kreg Christensen brings years of experience and spectacular moments back to the Maximum Destruction® team. Christensen was a mud racer before building a monster truck and becoming one of the best-known and most popular stars in the western United States, behind the wheel of his unique Dragon Slayer. He made Dragon Slayer a major thorn in the sides of some of Advance Auto Parts Monster Jam®’s biggest stars. Having shown the best in the business how talented he was behind the wheel, Christensen was tabbed by Jimmy Creten to join the 2Xtreme Racing Team. He spent a year behind the wheel of Creten’s powerhouse Iron Outlaw truck. That was followed by one-year stints in Maximum Destruction® and Donkey Kong™. When a third Maximum Destruction truck was created to start the 2011 season, it was Christensen who was named to take over the wheel of the newest machine, which was sporting one of the most accomplished and popular names in the sport, Maximum Destruction.
Ron Duncombe is from Utah too!
Enthusiastic driver Ron Duncombe brings his high energy performances to Advance Auto Parts Monster Jam after many years of competing in other motorsports disciplines. Duncombe’s motorsports career started in BMX competitions followed by racing motorcross from 1984 until 2002. Next, Duncombe moved to racing at asphalt oval tracks, competing in train cars and in late model lites. Along with his monster truck racing schedule Duncombe also races a USAC focus midget. In 2011 Duncombe again expanded his motorsports resume when he started racing in the Lucas Oil Off-road Series in the Superlite division.
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