RBM Running Hard in Hagerstown

Photo Courtesy of MonsterJam.com

Photo Courtesy of MonsterJam.com

The Randy Brown Motorsports team loaded up the Grave Digger for a long weekend battle with some of Monster Jam’s finest stars at one of the premiere dirt tracks in the United States, the Hagerstown Speedway. With a field against three other fellow World Finalists from 2014 no win would come easy for the team on this weekend.Fellow team Grave Digger driver Adam Anderson and Grave Digger The Legend were on hand along with Damon Bradshaw (Monster Energy), Scott Buetow (Hot Wheels), and Young Guns Shootout winner Mike Vaters Jr (Overkill Evolution) to represent a World Finals caliber line up in Hagerstown. Brown started off the weekend right, taking the wheelie contest victory in the first competition of the night. His racing efforts were cut short as Anderson and The Legend would defeat Brown in the semi-finals. The battle in freestyle would be fierce as the drivers did their best to one up another. Brown ran hard earning a score of 26. Normally that score could be good enough for a win or second place, but with the talent in Hagerstown it was only good enough for fourth place.

Saturday night was a night of almost victories as Brown couldn’t crack the top spot of the podium in all three competitions, once again showing the strength of the field as a whole. After another semi-final exit in racing Brown hit the track for freestyle and got wild in typical Digger fashion. With plenty of high speed, high flying action Brown rocked the house and had the fans on their feet and the score came up as 29. Surprisingly for the second night in a row, it wasn’t enough for the victory as four trucks were all within one point of each other, as Brown would tie with Bradshaw for third place. For the final event on Sunday Brown broke through and was able to take home the freestyle victory in an intense battle. Brown scored a 30 which put him in a three way tie with Buetow and Bradshaw, but Brown would win the tie-breaker for his elusive second win of the weekend.

As the team heads back home to North Carolina preparations are being made for an all new Grave Digger to join the team as retirement looms for old number 19. The all new Grave Digger machine is set to debut in 2015 and you can be sure the Randy Brown Motorsports team will be going all out to break in the new Grave Digger.