June 8: Ellsworth, WI’s Showdown in Curdtown

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Columbus, Ohio—The hook is in. The green flag is out. And the NTPA’s 54th championship season is on!

The National Tractor Pullers Association, the Wisconsin Tractor Pullers Association, and the Ellsworth FFA Alumni will join forces to present the Showdown in Curdtown Truck and Tractor Pull on Saturday, June 8 at the Pierce County Fairgrounds in Ellsworth, Wisconsin. The event will be conducted in one session starting at 6:30 p.m.

In truck and tractor pulling, specialized vehicles of a similar build take turns dragging a weight transfer sled along a straight dirt course as the sled’s resistance increases. The winner is the driver whose vehicle moves the sled the greatest distance. In NTPA Championship Pulling, competitors travel across the nation to perform at the motorsport’s most prestigious venues and in front of the world’s most passionate fans for purse money and season championships.

Ten Regional National divisions will compete at the Showdown in Curdtown: Light Super Stock, Light Limited Super Stock, Heavy Super Stock, Super Farm, and 4.1 Pro Stock Tractors; Two-Wheel-Drive, Four-Wheel-Drive, Super Stock Four-Wheel-Drive, and Super Stock Diesel 4×4 Trucks, and Modified Minis.

TerraMax

National competitors will pull for the posted Regional National event purse for each division. RN-registered vehicles will earn points toward their divisions’ respective TerraMax Region III championships. Moreover, the LLSS, SF, PS 4.1, TWD, FWD, SS FWD, and MINI will vie for berths in the 37th annual Enderle Pull-Off scheduled for Saturday, September 14 at the Champaign County Fairgrounds in Urbana, Ohio.

The WTPA, an NTPA Member State organization, will additionally present classes of Light Pro Stock and Pro Farm Tractors and Pro Street Diesel 4×4 2.6 Trucks.

In case of inclement weather, the event will be held on Sunday, June 9 at noon.

For more information about the Showdown in Curdtown, visit the event’s website: ShowdownInCurdtown.com. To discover more about NTPA Championship Pulling, check out NTPAPULL.com.

Columbus, Ohio—The hook is in. The green flag is out. And the NTPA’s 54th championship season is on!

The National Tractor Pullers Association and 300 Raceway will join forces to present the Farley Nationals on Friday and Saturday, June 7-8 in Farley, Iowa. The event will be conducted in two sessions starting at 7 p.m. on Friday and 6 p.m. on Saturday.

In truck and tractor pulling, specialized vehicles of a similar build take turns dragging a weight transfer sled along a straight dirt course as the sled’s resistance increases. The winner is the driver whose vehicle moves the sled the greatest distance. In NTPA Championship Pulling, competitors travel across the nation to perform at the motorsport’s most prestigious venues and in front of the world’s most passionate fans for purse money and season championships.

Six Grand National divisions will compete on each night of the Farley Nationals: Hi Torque Super Farm and Yoder Popcorn Pro Stock Tractors, CM Pulling Tires Two-Wheel-Drive, Four-Wheel-Drive, and Doctor Preload Super Semi Trucks, and multi-engine Modifieds.

Competitors will pull for the posted Grand National event purse for each division. GN-registered vehicles will earn points toward their divisions’ respective championships and berths in the 37th annual Enderle Pull-Off scheduled for Saturday, September 14 at the Champaign County Fairgrounds in Urbana, Ohio. The Farley Nationals is also the second stop in the five-event Hot Shot’s Secret Challenge, which will award in excess of $30,000 across all 13 GN divisions to the series’ top three finishers.

Online event entry (including the completion of driver full-year or provisional licensure and vehicle full-year or provisional registration) is required for entrants into all GN classes at this event. Instructions for online entry into this and all NTPA GN classes in 2024 may be found on the front page of NTPAPULL.com. The competitor entry deadline for the Farley Nationals is noon Eastern on Monday, June 3. No entrants will be accepted after this deadline or on-site.

The Two Wheel Drive class at the Farley Nationals has been designated as Grand National Select. Only GN-registered vehicles may be entered for competition in TWD at this event.

The event will be broadcast live via the Full Pull Live streaming app. Visit FullPull.live to learn more and to purchase stream access.

For more information about the Farley Nationals, visit the facility’s website: 300 Raceway.com. To discover more about NTPA Championship Pulling, check out NTPAPULL.com.

Columbus, Ohio—The hook is in. The green flag is out. And the NTPA’s 54th championship season is on!

The National Tractor Pullers Association and the Celebration on the Pond will join forces to present the Morley Regional National Pull on Saturday, June 1 in Morley, Michigan. The event will be conducted in one session starting at 7 p.m.

In truck and tractor pulling, specialized vehicles of a similar build take turns dragging a weight transfer sled along a straight dirt course as the sled’s resistance increases. The winner is the driver whose vehicle moves the sled the greatest distance. In NTPA Championship Pulling, competitors travel across the nation to perform at the motorsport’s most prestigious venues and in front of the world’s most passionate fans for purse money and season championships.

Four Regional National divisions will compete at the Morley Regional National Pull: 5.0 Pro Stock and Hot Farm Tractors, Four-Wheel-Drive Trucks, and multi-engine Modifieds.

Competitors will pull for the posted Regional National event purse for each division. RN-registered vehicles will earn points toward their divisions’ respective Region II championships (Hot Farm and Modified: Region II Northwest). Moreover, the Hot Farms, Four Wheel Drives, and Modifieds will vie for berths in the 37th annual Enderle Pull-Off scheduled for Saturday, September 14 at the Champaign County Fairgrounds in Urbana, Ohio.

For more information about the Morley Regional National Pull, visit the event’s AllEvents.in website: morley-regional-national-pull. To discover more about NTPA Championship Pulling, check out NTPAPULL.com.

Columbus, Ohio—The hook is in. The green flag is out. And the NTPA’s 54th championship season is on!

The National Tractor Pullers Association and GALOT Motorsports Park will join forces to present the GALOT Mule City 300 on Friday and Saturday, May 31-June 1 in Benson, North Carolina. The event will be conducted in two sessions with each starting at 7 p.m.

In truck and tractor pulling, specialized vehicles of a similar build take turns dragging a weight transfer sled along a straight dirt course as the sled’s resistance increases. The winner is the driver whose vehicle moves the sled the greatest distance. In NTPA Championship Pulling, competitors travel across the nation to perform at the motorsport’s most prestigious venues and in front of the world’s most passionate fans for purse money and season championships.

Six Grand National divisions will compete on each night of the GALOT Mule City 300: Light Super Stock, Super Stock Open, and Pro Stock Tractors, Four-Wheel-Drive Trucks, and Mini and twin-engine Light Modifieds.

Competitors will pull for the posted Grand National event purse for each division. GN-registered vehicles will earn points toward their divisions’ respective championships and berths in the 37th annual Enderle Pull-Off scheduled for Saturday, September 14 at the Champaign County Fairgrounds in Urbana, Ohio. The GALOT Mule City 300 is also the first stop in the five-event Hot Shot’s Secret Challenge, which will award in excess of $30,000 across all 13 GN divisions to the series’ top three finishers.

Online event entry (including the completion of driver full-year or provisional licensure and vehicle full-year or provisional registration) is required for entrants into all GN classes at this event. Instructions for online entry into this and all NTPA GN classes in 2024 may be found on the front page of NTPAPULL.com. The competitor entry deadline for the Mule City 300 is noon Eastern on Tuesday, May 28. No entrants will be accepted after this deadline or on-site.

The event will be broadcast live via the Full Pull Live streaming app. Visit FullPull.live to learn more and to purchase stream access.

For more information about the GALOT Mule City 300, visit the facility’s website: GALOTMotorsportsPark.com. To discover more about NTPA Championship Pulling, check out NTPAPULL.com.

About the National Tractor Pullers Association

The NTPA is the sport’s oldest and most respected truck and tractor pulling sanctioning organization. Governed by a board of directors, the NTPA is managed by World Pulling International (WPI), an independently owned entity. Headquartered in Columbus, Ohio, the NTPA provides rules and regulations and the infrastructures required for organizations throughout the country to arrange truck and tractor pulls.

The 2024 NTPA Championship Pulling Circuit is sponsored in part by Case IH, Beck’s Hybrids, WIX Filters, Hot Shot’s Secret, Enderle Fuel Injection, MAC Trailer, O’Reilly Auto Parts, Cow Tales, Mitas Tires, Cen-Pe-Co Lubricants, Ag Protect 1, U.S. Army, and STOP-FYRE.

Grand National Divisional Sponsors include New Fields Ag (Super Stock Diesel), Hi Torque (Super Farm), Yoder Popcorn (Pro Stock), CM Pulling Tires (Two Wheel Drive), Doctor Preload (Super Semi), and GMS Manufacturing & Machine (Light Modified). Region III is sponsorted by TerraMax. Region IV is sponsored by Pro Puller Tires. Point fund sponsors include the National Tractor Pulling Championships in Bowling Green, Ohio; the Budweiser Dairyland Super Nationals in Tomah, Wisconsin; Heritage Iron Magazine; Midwest Wheel Inc.; and Riverside Engine Inc.

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