2023 Chapel Hill, TN Lineups Posted

Update: Competitor pre-entry is complete for both sessions of Chapel Hill. While changes are possible as showtime approaches, the following are the current lineups for Sessions One and Two:

Chapel Hill Sessions One and Two Lineups

The following competitors have qualified to appear at the 2023 edition of the Lions Super Pull of the South in Chapel Hill, Tennessee. All five divisions are scheduled for both nights of the event: Friday and Saturday, July 21-22 at 7 p.m.

Grand National Pro Stock

  • Dennie Brown (Clay, Kentucky) / Green with Envy (John Deere)
  • Tim Cain (New Palestine, Indiana) / The Red Gambler (International)
  • Mike Conny (Beloit, Ohio) / MAC Nasty (John Deere)
  • Ken Couch (Jackson, Tennessee) / High Cotton (Case IH)
  • Ken Couch (Jackson, Tennessee) / Cotton Pick’n Deere (John Deere)
  • Robby & Esdon Lemke (Helenville, Wisconsin) / New Generation Plus (John Deere)
  • Jack Maize (Amity, Missouri) / Billet Binder (International)
  • Kevin Masterson (Grandview, Indiana) / River Rat (John Deere)
  • Kevin Masterson (Grandview, Indiana) / Tinker Toy (John Deere)
  • Clint Metting (Nordheim, Texas) / Bullet Proof Buck
  • Connor & Connly Metting (Nordheim, Texas) / Bull Wagon
  • Brent Meyer (Farley, Iowa) / Injected Funds (John Deere)
  • Brad Moss (Adairville, Kentucky) / Money on Black (John Deere)
  • Rhett Parish (Marion, Kentucky) / El Niño (Case IH)
  • Julia Ray (Beloit, Ohio) / MAC Daddy (John Deere)
  • Rob Russell (Prescott, Iowa) / Work Horse Pro (Case IH)
  • Danny Schmucker (Louisville, Ohio) / Rampage (John Deere)
  • Kevin Schmucker (Louisville, Ohio) / Git-Er-Dun Deere (John Deere)
  • Brandon Simon (Farley, Iowa) / Loud & Heavy (John Deere)
  • Brandon Simon (Farley, Iowa) / Loud & Heavy X (John Deere)
  • Braden Shramek (Williamsburg, Missouri) / Young Blood (AGCO)

Grand National Super Stock Diesel

  • Cody Adgent (Eagleville, Tennessee) / Fearless Farmall (International)
  • John Belfance (Fonda, New York) / Chain Breaker (Case IH)
  • Jacob Belfance (Fonda, New York) / Chain Reaction (Case IH)
  • Stan & Steve Blagrave (Ackerly, Texas) / Red Horse (Case IH)
  • Steve Burge (Lynn, Indiana) / Lock-N-Load (International)
  • The Degenhardts (Norwalk, Wisconsin) / Diggin’ Hard
  • Brandon Hunt (Oak Grove, Kentucky) / Liv’n a Dream (Case IH)
  • Kent Payne (Veedersburg, Indiana) / Super Rooster (International)
  • Colin & Jody Ross (Waynesburg, Pennsylvania) / Triple Bypass (McCormick)
  • Travis Schlabach (Marengo, Iowa) / Bone Twister (International)

Grand National Modified Mini

  • Troy Arndt (Sac City, Iowa) / Back and Black
  • Adam Bauer (Paton, Iowa) / Iron Toy
  • Christopher Burnett (Taylor, Wisconsin) / Li’l Disaster
  • Dillon Bunnage (Ellery, Illinois) / Phoenix
  • Hali Carrender (New Castle, Indiana) / Hurricane Hali
  • Jeff & Brian Guza (Taylor, Wisconsin) / Grandpa’s Disaster
  • C.J. Graczyk (Leitchfield, Kentucky) / Pile Driver
  • Keith Horst (Ansonia, Ohio) / Red Fox
  • Adam Koester (Wadesville, Indiana) / Beast of Burden
  • Adam Koester (Wadesville, Indiana) / Footloose
  • Bryan McDonald (Kennedyville, Maryland) / Very Li’l Sanity
  • Rick Peters (Thornville, Ohio) / Buckeye Special
  • Chase Richardson (Leitchfield, Kentucky) / The Vibrator
  • Camille Shelton (New London, North Carolina) / Splinter
  • Grayson Shelton (New London, North Carolina) / Sawed Off
  • Reese Shelton (New London, North Carolina) / Cuttin’ Up
  • Grant Theobald (Shelbyville, Indiana) / Li’l Wicked
  • Renee Theobald (Shelbyville, Indiana) / Pretty Wicked
  • Ron Tobin (Huntingburg, Indiana) / Walk the Line

Grand National Unlimited

  • Adam Bauer (Paton, Iowa) / Cross Threaded
  • Brad Benedict (Marion, Ohio) / Non-Cents
  • Billy Biers (Coeymans Hollow, New York) / War Wagon
  • Steve Bollinger (Taylorville, Illinois) / Money Pit
  • Mark Cole (Pavilion, New York) / Gambler
  • Kevin Criswell (Marion, Ohio) / Blown Centless
  • Joe Eder (North Collins, New York) / EMAX
  • Dylan Owens (Montgomery, New York) / Thorn
  • Wayne Purse (Norman, Oklahoma) / Uncle Sam
  • David Richardson (Leitchfield, Kentucky) / 4-Sum
  • Ricky Rose (Glencoe, Minnesota) / Giddy Up
  • Grayson Shelton (New London, North Carolina) / Ruckus
  • Reese Shelton (New London, North Carolina) / Shel-Shocked
  • Doug Theobald (Shelbyville, Indiana) / Full-Blown Wicked

Grand National Four Wheel Drive

  • Mick Broughton (Armada, Michigan) / Shock Treatment (Dodge)
  • Taylor Corsa (Douglas, Georgia) / Taylor Made (Ford)
  • Tyler Corsa (Douglas, Georgia) / Patriot
  • Ben Ellis Jr. (Champlain, Virginia) / Benjammin (Chevrolet)
  • Carmen Foster (Fairgrove, Michigan) / Foster Child (Chevrolet)
  • Jim & Paul Holman (Wauseon, Ohio) / 4 Play (Chevrolet)olet)
  • Danny Johnson (Baxley, Georgia) / Desperado (Ford)
  • Mark Mangan (Goodhus, Minnesota) / The Bounty Hunter (Chevrolet)
  • Mark Mangan (Goodhue, Minnesota) / The Outlaw (Chevrolet)
  • Larry Peterson (Baldwin, Wisconsin) / Profab Geared Up (Chevrolet)
  • Lisa Peterson (Baldwin, Wisconsin) / Profab (Chevrolet)
  • Ike Zaring (Fillmore, Indiana) / Bucet List (Dodge)
  • Jake Zaring (Fillmore, Indiana) / Fatheadz Eyewear (Dodge)
  • Jake Zaring (Fillmore, Indiana) / Rule #19 (Dodge)

Tentative as of 7/20/2023

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