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  1. Bunker Hill Class Order …. See this poster for exact class order Fri & Sat. Mini Mod Trucks will run FIRST on Friday night (only change) Source
  2. Full Pull Productions updated their cover photo. Source
  3. BIG BUTLER FAIR – SUPER STREET GAS 4×4 WOW!! Look how close this was!! 1 Mark Petros Public Enemy 303.42 2 Carl Barnhart Mid-Life Crisis 303.37 3 Ronnie Unger Ungertaker 301.14 4 Matt Moser Jaded 299.9 5 Mike Lockwood Back N Black 299.02 PHOTOS BY ETHAN TAYLOR Source
  4. BIG BUTLER FAIR – LIM PRO/SUPER FARM TRACTORS Sponsored by American Crop Insurance and Wimer Fuel Injection and Turbo 1 Kolt Andreas IH High Gear FP/ 2 Gregg Ferringer Smokin’ John FP/broke 3 John Lorenz Chance 303.49 4 Ross Martin Runnin’ Red Warrior 302.69 5 Tim Pugliese Deere Friend 301.37 Fifteen in Class. LimPro/SF go to Bunker Hill on Friday PHOTOS BY ETHAN TAYLOR Source
  5. TOP FIVE AT BIG BUTLER FAIR 3.6 smoothbore DIESEL 4×4 TRUCKS John Humpe IV “Causin’ Trouble” Caleb Griffith “Oughta Know Better” Dan Constantine “Lost & Forgotten” Lukas Hindman “Joint Custody” Jesse Warren “Sharkbait” Class Sponsor: Warren Diesel Injections Photos by Ethan Taylor Source
  6. Full Pull Productions updated their cover photo. Source
  7. Eleven RWYB Trucks participated at ERIEZ Speedway on Tuesday night with the reigning champion, Eddie Zedreck from Butler County, PA, taking the win with his full-blown “Thunder” Chevrolet. Todd Custer from Somerset County has his best run of the year with his Cummins-powered and twin turbo-charged Dodge named “Coal Mine Express” and the other half of the Zedreck Team (Chrystal) got third with “Thunderbolt”, another super-charged Chevrolet. Photos by Brock. Source
  8. USA-EAST and ERIEZ Speedway welcomed the Outlaw Mafia Semi Trucks from the New York state. This elite group of trucks that are similar the famed PA POSSE put on a great show for the folks in Erie County. Joe Gambino from Springville, NY took the narrow win with his 1973 Dodge BigHorn powered by KT-600 Cummins. Second went to the brand new Pete 359 with CAT power (“Survivor”) operated by Greg Graham from Pavilion, NY and the third place in the pull-off was captured by Preston Hoopes from Ullysses, Pennsylvania with a 2009 Pete. Photos by Brock Johnson. Source
  9. The 2.5 Diesel class at ERIEZ sponsored by Zeigler Diesel of Canton, Ohio ended in a tie when the top two chose not to return in a pull-off. First place laurels were shared by Lauren Miller with his Dodge called “The Rowdy Ram” from the Warren Diesel Team and by current point leader Bill Daufen with a Chevrolet named “Double Trouble”. Bryan Mayerrat from New York got third with a nice running Ford. Photos by Brock Johnson. Source
  10. The USA-EAST Work Stock GAS 4×4 Trucks sponsored by Keck Machine of Clarks Mills finally got their chance on the track in ’18 and reigning champion, David Millard managed to eek out the win with his “FredNeck” Chevrolet. But Brian Roch with another Chevrolet and the Ford of Rob Forrell (Legal Addiction) continue to gain on the perennial top runner. Photos by Brock. Source
  11. Congrats to Joe Giulitto “Sneeky Pete” and Justin Fredo “Cat Scratch Fever” as the duo finished first and second last night at the OSTPA event in Harrison County, Ohio. Each of these trucks are former USA-EAST Champions and are getting ready for the Big Rigs event at the Big Butler Fair in Prospect, Pennsylvania on next Thursday (July 5). File photos by Brock Johnson. Source
  12. Full Pull Productions updated their cover photo. Source