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  1. The Zedreck Team put on quite the performance for the hometown fans at the Big Butler Fair last night by taking the top two spots in the CPP Diesel sponsored ‘Run What Ya Brung’ division. Eddie took first with “Thunder” while his wife Crystal got second with “Thunderbolf”. Both sport 512 cubic inch GM motors with 14-71 superchargers. Third was Zane O’Shurak with “Gettin’ Carried Away” with Jeremy Davis grabbing 4th and Lester Bates fifth in the super field of thirteen. Photos by Brock. Source
  2. The brand new “2 Hot 2 Farm” class hooked at Cookport on Saturday. This entry level division is just getting started with three tractors participating: (1) Ryan Austin from Emlenton, PA; (2) John Janson from Jefferson, Ohio and (3) Travis Dowler from Waterford, PA. Next hook is at the Jefferson County Fair in Brookville in mid-July. Photos by Brock. Source View the full article
  3. There was a ‘first’ in the Open 2.6 Diesel 4×4 class at Cookport on Saturday evening. John Humpe IV from Bloomingdale, Ohio took the win with the Chevy Duramax named “Troublemaker”. This is one of the new 3.0 Open Driveline trucks from the midwest circuits and this is the first time that this design has taken a USA-EAST top spot. Jesse Warren with his 6.0 Ford Powerstroke from Guys Mills, PA came within inches and but for a last second failure of the rear end could have snared the win. And current Warren Diesel Series point leader Joe Hemm was third with “Thunder Rolls” in the awesome field of 13 trucks. Photos by Brock. Source View the full article
  4. The USA-EAST Hot Farm class at Cookport proved to be very competitive as a four way pull off was needed to eventually get to a winner. Shane McFarland’s “Ruttin” Buck” JD from New Wilmington grabbed the victory over two former Hubner Seed Series champions. The runner-up was “The Babe” Ford 8000 for Hadley’s Mark Sindlinger. Art Forrest from Sligo was third with “Red Fever II” an IH 1466 and 4th in the pull-off went to Dan Peterson and “Papa Pete”. These tractors head to ERIEZ Speedway for Monday night action. Photos by Brock.. Source View the full article
  5. Two time former USA-EAST Champion Hank Oester from Salisbury, PA was on hand at Cookport to wow the crowd with his “Scrapper” IH with C-15 CAT power in the PA POSSE exhibition. And Ronnie Meyers from Somerset had one of his best hooks in recent memory with the KW called “One Radical Ride”. The Shrock Team from Bedford County still is having some driveline issues with “After Midnight” with Tim on the controls and local favorite Ray Gallagher from nearby Irvona showed up to round out the group of four. Photos by Brock Johnson. Source View the full article
  6. The second 2017 season hook for the Diesels in the Triple Crown Series saw the top two from Brookville trade spots at Cookport onSaturday night in the field of eighteen. Matt Thomas from Butler put down a stellar run with his Chevrolet to grab the win over last week’s winner Dylan Lettie from Punxsutawney with a Dodge. The third place spot went to the ever improving Tom Bonaquist from Hermitage, PA with another smooth running Duramax GMC. Photos by Brock. Source View the full article
  7. The all new ‘Triple Crown Series’ for street licensed GAS 4×4 trucks started its season at the Cookport Power Pulls last night with 26 trucks hooking to the Rick Crouse Moonshine sled. Brett Casiere from Saltsburg put is Chevy into the winner’s circle in a hotly contested class. Second went to Gary Ellenberger from Punxsutawney, also with a Chevrolet that was specifically built for the new class. And Ryan Martin from Saxonburg was third with his Ford. Photos by Brock Johnson. Source View the full article
  8. July 3 – 6:30pm. ERIEZ Speedway. Erie, Pennsylvania. This is the first major league sanctioned pulling event in Erie County in many years. Source View the full article
  9. Full Pull Productions updated their cover photo. Source View the full article
  10. 4:15pm at Cookport. Rain has moved east…. track work has begun….hot and humid at the track…..trucks starting to arrive…. we are GOOD 2 GO at Cookport for 6:30pm start. Source View the full article
  11. David Spillman and “Smokin’ Aces” from nearby Boliver, Ohio defended his home turf at the Harvest Barn in Sugarcreek on Friday night at the Cen.Pe.Co. Harvest Barn “SmokeOut” in the Classic Super Stock Tractor class of seventeen rivals. The John Deere ran perfectly to defeat two red rivals in the Hubner Seed sponsored division. Second was Aaron Westhoefer from New Philadelphia, Ohio driving the Todd Kendle owned Farmall 1206 named “How Do U Like Me Now?” while Phil Karnofel from Leetonia, Ohio was third with “Lets Roll”. Mike Yoder, the regional rep for Hubner Seeds was on hand for the huge annual event. Brock got these great photos. Source View the full article
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