- 2013 - Owner Marty Garza and Michael Vaters teamed up to design and build Overkill Evolution. The build began in late October and was finished just days before the set debut at the BOK Center in Tulsa, OK on January 4th, 2014.
- 2014 - Overkill Evolution debuts driven by Mikey Vaters just over two months after the truck build was started. It could even be argued that the truck wasn't even completely finished by January 4th, as the truck did not yet have its purple flame decals. At the Monster Jam World Finals 15 later that year, Mikey won the Young Guns Shootout, earning the 32nd spot in the Monster Jam World Finals 15.
- 2015 - Mikey would go on to win the world freestyle championship at the Monster Jam World Finals 16 (despite giving a spectacular freestyle, however, many fans complained that Overkill's run was overscored, while others were underscored).
- 2016 - The truck would compete for the first time in the FS1 Championship Series. It would also run a chrome colored body at Monster Jam World Finals 17. On August 8, 2016 Overkill Evolution appeared in a Roman Atwood video where he crushes a police car.
- 2017 - The truck competed on Monster Jam Stadium Tour 4 with the chrome body. Sean Duhon drives the truck mid series as Vaters took the time off for his wife's new born baby.
- 2018 - The truck once again ran on Monster Jam Stadium Tour 4 with Vaters collecting multiple freestyle wins along the way. After first quarter, Mikey took some time off from driving to spend some time with his family. Different drivers like Brad Allen and Daron Basl filled in for him for a few events. Interestingly, it also debuted a slightly different body scheme featuring bigger flames.
- 2019 - The truck is set to run on Monster Jam Stadium Tour 3.
World Finals Appearances
- 2014 - Mike Vaters II (YGS: Mike Vaters II) (wins the YGS)
- 2015 - Mike Vaters II (won freestyle)
- 2016 - Mike Vaters II
- 2017 - Mike Vaters II
- 2018 - Mike Vaters II
On August 30th 2018, at Paris Ontario, Overkill Evolution was doing freestyle during a competition, when the truck slid dangerously close to a crowd of spectators. Nobody was injured in the incident, but the team would be suspended from the MTRA the following day. Marty Garza resigned from the Board of Directors that same day.