Grave Digger wins Stadium Series 2 Championship in Philadelphia

By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Even though Adam Anderson was not driving Grave Digger on Saturday night in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, he won the Stadium Championship Series 2 at Lincoln Financial Field. Anderson had his brother Ryan, who competes in the Son-uva Digger, filled in.

In the racing part of the show, Time Fly’s (Kelvin Ramer) defeated El Toro Loco® Ice (Scott Buetow) in the first-round of racing. Saigon Shaker (Ryan Disharoon) defeated ZombieTM Fire (Paul Strong).

Grave Digger driver Adam Anderson in a stock photo
Grave Digger driver Adam Anderson (Photo by Feld Motor Sports, Inc.)

Max-DTM (Neil Elliott) defeated BroDozer (Colt Stephens). Monster Mutt® Dalmatian (Cynthia Gauthier) — who was filling in for Candice Jolly — defeated Slinger (Scott Hartsock).

Grave Digger defeated Wolf’s Head (Kristen Hope). EarthShaker® (Steven Thompson) defeated WildFlower (Rosalee Ramer) in the final round one pairing.

Great Clips Mohawk Warrior® (Bryce Kenny) and Ice Cream Man (Roy Pridgeon) had first-round byes.

In the second-round of racing, Time’s Fly defeated Great Clips Mohawk Warrior. Max-D defeated Saigon Shaker.

Zombie Fire, who was the fastest loser of Round 1, replaced Ice Cream Man, who was broke. Zombie Fire defeated Monster Mutt Dalmatian. Grave Digger also defeated EarthShaker.

In the semi-final rounds, Max-D defeated Time Fly’s. And Grave Digger defeated Zombie Fire.

The final round saw Grave Digger defeat Max-D.

Max-D won the Great Clips 2-Wheel Skills Challenge with a 9.149. Monster Mutt Dalmatian was second with a 9.099 and Grave Digger was third with an 8.734.

Grave Digger won the freestyle segment with a 9.488. El Toro Loco Ice was second with a 9.315 and Time Fly’s was a 9.109.

Grave Digger received 40 points in the event. Time Fly’s, Monster Mutt Dalmatian, and Max-D received 31 points each. EarthShaker was third with 28 points.

With the 40 points, Grave Digger won the championship with 501 points. Max-D was second with 488 and El Toro Loco Ice was third with 402.

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