What better way to start off the new year than to ring it in with an all new look? That’s what the Storm Damage Racing team did this past weekend as they traveled to Greensboro, North Carolina for a two show weekend at the Greensboro Coliseum with Monster Jam. After a busy off season rebuilding the trucks from top to bottom it was only fitting to breathe some new life into the look of Hurricane Force. The front end features the signature scalloped look from our good friend Trey Myers of the Iron Warrior monster truck fame, while the back half of the body features a colorful vinyl wrap on the cab and bedsides.
On the track Steve Thompson had a great start to his weekend in the fresh looking Hurricane Force as he put up several strong results during the Friday night event. Thompson scored high in the donut and wheelie contests and turned in a competitive time for the speed and style portion of the event. In freestyle is where he really shined with a great run that was good enough for a score of 36 and a four way tie for first place. After the tiebreaker procedure Grave Digger was declared the winner but it was still a great result for Thompson and Hurricane Force. Unfortunately Saturday night didn’t have the same luck as the truck suffered mechanical issues and would be unable to compete. You can be sure though the Storm Damage Racing team will have the truck back in action soon. Be sure to catch us at all our upcoming events by checking out our schedule to see where we’ll be in 2016. Also like us on Facebook at Storm Damage Racing and Hurricane Force Monster Truck. Next up for us is a trip north of the border to Toronto, Ontario for a two show weekend at the Rogers Centre!