LUCAS OIL PRO PULLERS ROUND OUT HORSE POWER MONTH
Anytime a motor sports event rule books starts our with, "If you have four supercharged motors, the largest supercharger you can run on each is an 8-71," you know you are in for a wild ride.
"We'll see plenty of multi-engine supercharged vehicles here next weekend," said Kevin Greven, General Track Manager. "There will also likely be duel engine Allison and Rolls Royce types not to mention 8,600 horse power limited turbines, and that is just one class!"
What in the world is going on at the Lucas Oil Speedway you ask? Simply the Lucas Oil Pro-Pulling League returning to the Diamond of Dirt Tracks. Five classes of pullers including the before mentioned 7,700 pound Super Modified Tractors will thunder into the speedway for the Dixie Chopper Pro-Pulling Nationals Presented by Fat Heads Eyewear.
Also on hand this season 8,000-pound Unlimited Super Stock Tractors with up to 4 turbos. Plus 10,000-pound Pro Stock Tractors, Unlimited cubic inched Pro-Modified 4x4 Trucks and for the first time ever, Hot Rod Semis.
Last season this same ESPN2, Lucas Oil Pro-Pulling League event set the precedence for televised truck and tractor pulls with two pulling lanes and two sleds side by side. This season, fans are in for more of the same.
"It is one thing that sets this pull apart from others around the country," added Geven. "It is also the reason ESPN2 is back with plans for 6 televised pulling events from this two day show."
Don't miss the Dixie Chopper Pro-Pulling Nationals, Saturday and Sunday June 28th and 29th.