Red Crushstation circa 2017


Greg Winchenbach


Greg Winchenbach

Body Style

Fresh Maine Lobster


540 Merlin


Turbo 400


66" Terra



Crushstation is a custom lobster themed monster truck driven by Greg Winchenbach out of Maine. With the unique body, and wild driving style Crushstation has been a fan favorite since 2010 and has competed in two Monster Jam Young Guns Shootouts as well as various smaller Monster Jam arena shows and Monster Truck Throwdown. Crushstation occasionally runs a blue version of the body exclusively in Maine.


  • 1999 - Greg Winchenbach buys a PEI Chassis from Dan Patrick. Although, due to Greg's busy schedule, the chassis sat on Greg's garage for a couple years.
  • 2008 - Greg starts building Crushstation
  • late 2009 - Greg and the truck makes a few displays and competes in small shows.
  • 2010 - Crushstation competes in Monster Jam.
  • 2013 - Greg and the truck competes in the Young Guns Shootout.
  • 2014 - the blue Crushstation debuts and competes in shows exclusively in Maine. Greg and the truck makes their second Young Guns Shootout appearance.
  • 2015 - Crushstation wins the Monster Truck Throwdown.
  • 2016 - The truck wins its second Monster Truck Throwdown championship.
  • 2017 - Greg stops driving on the Monster Jam circuit and focuses more on the Monster Truck Throwdown and the Monster Truck Destruction Tour.
  • 2018 - Greg and the truck wins the Monster Truck Destruction Tour.

2010 Incident

At a 2010 Monster Truck show, Crushstation ran over one of the hosts of the show. Luckily, the host only suffered a broken pelvis, and eventually made a full recovery.

World Finals Appearances

  • 2013 - Greg Winchenbach (YGS)
  • 2014 - Greg Winchenbach (YGS)



Blue lobsters like this one are what Chrushstation's blue body is derived from

  • The blue lobster design of Crushtation is derived from the fact that blue lobsters do in fact exist in real life. It may also be derived from the fact that lobsters, unlike most organisms, and like snails and spiders, have blue blood, not red blood. This is due to the presence of hemocyanin which contains copper.