Razin Kane
Razin Kane
Razin Kane in 2015


JR McNeal


Buddy Tompkins

Body Style



540 Central Florida Machine and Speed


FTI 2-Speed Powerglide


66" Terra



Razin Kane made its Monster Jam debut in 2010 with driver JR McNeal and teammates Ice Cream Man and Jester. Razin Kane has a white body with blue letters and blue stripes.


The original Razin Kane was built in 2008, the same year as its test run with mud truck wheels.It was rebuilt in 2009, and debuted with JR McNeal in 2010. In 2011, It got a thicker Dodge body.In 2012, the truck underwent several paint job changes. JR was invited to the first Young Guns Shootout in 2012 with Razin Kane. In 2013, JR was once again invited to the Young Guns. In 2014, Razin Kane was replaced by The Xtermigator, however, former Ice Cream Man driver, Buddy Tompkins ,took the the driving duties of Razin Kane for 2015. Razin Kane also got a new chassis for 2015. Razin Kane performed at the Young Guns Shootout at Monster Jam World Finals 17, with a brand new, updated livery. The following year, the truck would make its debut at Monster Jam World Finals 18 along with Wild Flower. For 2018 Trent Montgomery will take over driving duties, and will be running a Megalodon body for Monster Jam events.  


On its way to the World Finals in Las Vegas in 2016, the trailer carrying Razin Kane and The Xtermigator was accidentally left behind on the side of the highway in New Mexico after the team was given a lift by Team Jester's trailer truck. The Jester truck traveled back to New Mexico 800 miles round trip to retrieve it.

To accurately depict actual events regarding this event. Team RKMT had transmission trouble with their rig and broke down in Gallup, New Mexico with Razin Kane and Extermigator in the trailer. Team Jester had left about 24 hours later than the team RKMT trailer and while on the way to Sam Boyd Stadium picked up Team RKMT driver Buddy Tompkins in New Mexico and continued to Las Vegas. The Jester trailer along with Ice Cream Man that was riding in the trailer as well were dropped off at Sam Boyd Stadium. The Team Jester rig doubled back to New Mexico to pick up the Team RKMT trailer to bring it to Las Vegas while the RKMT rig was left behind to have the transmission repaired. Both teams and all 4 trucks made it to the stadium without missing any events.