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  1. Lernerville Speedway Pulls

    The largest racing venue in the Pittsburgh metro hosts USA-EAST for a rare Sunday afternoon “Super Pull”. This 3:00pm event start will feature two divisions of modified semi trucks – Big Rigs and Posse trucks as well as the Classic Super Stock “Smoker” tractors. Four wheel drive trucks are very popular in this part of western Pennsylvania so the fans at Lernerville will get to see three different classes of the ground-pounding machines. The USA-EAST Super Street GAS 4×4 trucks with up to 540cu.in. of high-powered action will bring the ultmate sled-pulling prowess to the track. Two of the 4×4 classes will be open to local competitor with street driven trucks that just may have been ‘turned up and turned on’ a bit. The Open 2.5 Diesel 4×4 class is a USA-EAST sanctioned division that is ‘open to the world’. And the 6500lb. work stock GAS 4×4 division allows street licensed trucks on gasoline to enter and play with the series runners. Tickets are $15.00 for adults and $7.00 for students under 12. Pit passes for this huge event will be $25.00 starting at NOON. The largest racing venue in the Pittsburgh metro hosts USA-EAST for a rare Sunday afternoon “Super Pull”. This 3:00pm event start will feature two divisions of modified semi trucks – Big Rigs and Posse trucks as well as the Classic Super Stock “Smoker” tractors. Four wheel drive trucks are very popular in this part of western Pennsylvania so the fans at Lernerville will get to see three different classes of the ground-pounding machines. The USA-EAST Super Street GAS 4×4 trucks with up to 540cu.in. of high-powered action will bring the ultmate sled-pulling prowess to the track. Two of the 4×4 classes will be open to local competitor with street driven trucks that just may have been ‘turned up and turned on’ a bit. The Open 2.5 Diesel 4×4 class is a USA-EAST sanctioned division that is ‘open to the world’. And the 6500lb. work stock GAS 4×4 division allows street licensed trucks on gasoline to enter and play with the series runners. Tickets are $15.00 for adults and $7.00 for students under 12. Pit passes for this huge event will be $25.00 starting at NOON. Games Source
  2. Two very popular local type truck classes went down the track on Friday night in Smithfield. In the GAS division “High Hopes” was the winner for Christian Wilson while Cheri Carter got second with her Ford. In the open combo class it was Brandon DeFrank in first place with his GMC and the ‘Fearless Ford’ of DJ Show of Pennsylvania in the second spot. Photos by Brock. Source
  3. Zach Jones from Freeport, OH and his “Survivor” IH1206 rose to the top of the Classic SS Tractor class at Jefferson County on Friday night. The runner-up was the JD “Demonstrator” for Mike Page in from Northfield, Ohio who just missed and third went to the venerable Sam Kitzmiller from Alliance with the good looking JD 4010 named “New Generation”. The class heads to Meadville, PA on Monday night for the Crawford County Fair. Photos by Brock Johnson. Source
  4. It was a great field of Open 2.6 Diesel 4×4 trucks at the Jefferson County Fair in Smithfield, Ohio on Friday night with a good mix of USA-EAST 2.6 trucks and Ohio State 3.0 smooth bore trucks and the results proved the equality of the two variations. Jesse Warren with the 6.0 Ford “Week-End Warrior” took the win for Warren Diesel Injection of Guys Mills, PA. Second went to John Humpe IV, the local guy from nearby Bloomingdale, Ohio and “Trouble Maker”.and third was Jeff Burton from Dennison, Ohio with his 3.0 truck named “Backwoods Evolution”. Photos by Brock. Source
  5. It was an ‘all RED’ finish in Smithfield, Ohio on Friday night in the LimPro/SF division at the Jefferson County Fair. Justin Martin from Volant, PA took the win with “Whatcha Lookin’ At?” as that Super Farm is really starting to pull hard in the class. The “Runnin’ Red Warrior” for New Castle’s Ross Martin was the runner-up and Donny Pontones put his MX design IH into the third position in the division. Photos by Brock Johnson. Source
  6. Full Pull Productions updated their cover photo. Source
  7. The Jefferson County Fair in Smithfield, Ohio starts on Friday night at 7:00pm with the 6300lb. Open Street Gas 4×4 class. Registration for this class closes at 6:30pm. Two sleds – Crouse “Moonshine” and Creasy “Predator” are hired for the session. Three USA-EAST classes: Limited Pro/Super Farm ++ Open 2.6 Diesel 4×4 ++ Classic Super Stock Tractors. And then the wide open Jefferson County ‘8000lb. Trucks “Shoot Out” with GAS and DIESEL trucks welcome. Source
  8. Crawford County Fair

    USA-EAST Sled Pulling returns to the Crawford County Fair in Meadville, Pennsylvania on Monday, August 21 at 7:15pm with a four division Truck and Tractor Pull. This is a sanctioned points pull with large purses that is sure to attract the very best pullers from the tri-state area. The headline class is the “Run What Ya Brung’ super modified trucks featuring a number of Crawford County based units in the ultimate showdown of power on the track. Also on the Monday evening program will be the Classic Super Stock Tractors – work stock GAS 4×4 trucks and a special invitational for PA POSSE Semi Trucks. Two weight transfers have been hired for this event. USA-EAST Sled Pulling returns to the Crawford County Fair in Meadville, Pennsylvania on Monday, August 21 at 7:15pm with a four division Truck and Tractor Pull. This is a sanctioned points pull with large purses that is sure to attract the very best pullers from the tri-state area. The headline class is the “Run What Ya Brung’ super modified trucks featuring a number of Crawford County based units in the ultimate showdown of power on the track. Also on the Monday evening program will be the Classic Super Stock Tractors – work stock GAS 4×4 trucks and a special invitational for PA POSSE Semi Trucks. Two weight transfers have been hired for this event. Games Source
  9. Congrats to Doug Martin and the “HuffmansAuto.Com” team from Mt. Pleasant, PA on the first win of 2017 with the Chevrolet with NOS on board. The win came at Bunker Hill on Saturday night over nine rivals for the former champion. Blake Widenmyer from West Salem, Ohio was second with the “Smokeles’ TWD Chevy. Third went to Lester Bates from Hadley, PA with the 738 cu.in. Ford named “Completely Nuts”. File Photos from Brock Johnson. Source
  10. Mark Petros and “Public Enemy” took the win at Bunker Hill on Saturday night in the Super Street GAS class as the big Dodge from Herminie is running in top form again in 2017. The runner-up was Mike Lockwood from Mercer County, PA with his Chevrolet called “Back in Black” and third went to Justin Mitchell from Salem, Ohio with the Ford named “Tragic Magic”. File Photos from Brock Johnson. Source
  11. The RWYB class at Pittsfield, PA on Friday night was as close as it could be as the top three trucks were within inches of each other. Zane O’Shurak from Meadville returned to the winner’s circle with “Getting Carried Away” a Dodge/Cummins combo from APEX Diesel. Second was Eddie Zedreck from Chicora, PA with the 496 cu.in. blown Chevrolet named “Thunder”. And Zedreck’s wife Crystal took third in the field of ten with “Thunderbolt”, another supercharged Chevrolet. The RWYB trucks hook at Bunker Hill tonight. Photos by Brock. Source
  12. Warren County is noted for huge trophies for their winners and 2017 was no exception. Here are the trophy winners from Friday night posing with the Fair Queens and Court. John Humpe for 2.5; Zane O’shurak in RWYB; Scott Christ in Super Farm; Chris Wood in Rigs and John Duggan in MOD. Photos by Brock Johnson. Source
  13. Full Pull Productions updated their cover photo. Source
  14. 4:45pm. BUNKER HILL for FRIDAY is CANCELLED. The pull for Saturday will still go on as scheduled. None of the Friday night classes will be rescheduled. Entry did not open on Friday night – NO rain points. Source
  15. 4:15pm at the Warren County Fair in Pittsfield, PA. Pull is still a GO for 8pm start. Order: Big Rigs – Mods – SF – RWYB – 2.5. We are having a light shower but the track is crowned and sealed and the fair has the equipment to handle any rain that they receive. Looking good at Pittsfield for tonight. Source
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