The second Super National event on the calendar and the third anchor event for the Shell Rotella Cup is this Friday and Saturday, July 20 and 21 beginning at 7 p.m. Five divisions---Super Stock Diesel, Pro Stock, Four Wheel Drive, Modified Mini, and Unlimited---will move each of their four-event miniseries one step closer to their crowning in Bowling Green.Fans can watch all the action via the NTPA's Live Streaming service, available at Watch The schedule (19 hooks, as of 3/19/18): Benson, NC x 2; Hutchinson, MN x 2; Tomah, WI x 2; Rockwell, IA x 2; Chapel Hill, TN x 2; Brandenburg, KY x 2; Langford, NY x 2; Napoleon, OH; Bowling Green, OH x 2; Sandwich, IL x 2The schedule (18 hooks, as of 3/19/18): Hutchinson, MN x 2; Tomah, WI x 2; Chapel Hill, TN x 2; Brandenburg, KY x 2; Mt.Sterling, IL; Salem, IL; Sandusky, OH; Napoleon, OH; Bowling Green, OH x 2; Wellington, OH; Canton, OH; Sandwich, IL x 2The schedule (21 hooks, as of 3/19/18): Benson, NC x 2; Hutchinson, MN x 2; Tomah, WI x 2; Rockwell, IA x 2; Chapel Hill, TN x 2; Fort Recovery, OH x 2, Langford, NY x 2; Sandusky, OH; Napoleon, OH; Bowling Green, OH x 2; Greenville, OH; Wellington, OH; Wauseon, OHThe schedule (19 hooks, as of 3/19/18): Benson, NC x 2; Hutchinson, MN x 2; Tomah, WI x 2; Rockwell, IA x 2; Chapel Hill, TN x 2, Fort Recovery, OH x 2; Langford, NY x 2; Bowling Green, OH x 2; Greenville, OH; Wellington, OH; Canfield, OH Worthington, Ohio---We are at midseason, and that means we are closer to the Enderle Memorial Pull-Off, the National Tractor Pullers Association's all-star invitational season finale, than we are to the beginning of the 2018 season.Eilen's return trip of 321.2' was enough for second, while "Mother Trucker" was stopped at 319.6' and had to settle for third.Eilen also got close enough to the "Fire" to capture the Hardest-Working Puller total distance award for the weekend by 4.44'.Headquartered in Worthington, Ohio, the NTPA provides rules and regulations and the infrastructures required for organizations throughout the country to arrange truck and tractor pulls. NTPA Live Streaming will produce internet broadcasts of 14 national events in 2018.The 2018 NTPA Championship Pulling Circuit is sponsored in part by Case IH, O’Reilly Auto Parts, Alliance Tire, Enderle Fuel Injection, MAC Trailer, Ag Protect 1, Shell Rotella, STOP-FYRE®, Cen-Pe-Co Lubricants, Columbus Diesel Supply, Heritage Iron, Stainless Diesel, Midwest Wheel Inc., the National Tractor Pulling Championships in Bowling Green, Ohio, Power Bore Cylinder Sleeves, Profab Machine Inc., the Budweiser Dairyland Super Nationals in Tomah, Wisconsin, and Riverside Engine Inc. Visit Watch to purchase live and on-demand access to individual events or the 9 Season Pass---that's less than per session! The NTPA's Webmall has pulling apparel in fresh, new designs for fans of all ages and sizes.
So fans, remember just because your favorite driver is not on this list, they still may be at an event.
Other Grand National divisions are next scheduled as follows: Light Super Stock: Brandenburg, Kentucky (NTPA/Cup)Super Stock Open: Monroe, Michigan (NTPA), Bowling Green, Ohio (Cup)Super Farm: Bowling Green, Ohio (NTPA/Cup)Two Wheel Drive: Brandenburg, Kentucky (NTPA), Bowling Green, Ohio (Cup)Super Stock Diesel 4x4: Fort Recovery, Ohio (NTPA/Cup)Super Semi: Morley, Michigan (NTPA), Bowling Green, Ohio (Cup)Light Unlimited: Fort Recovery, Ohio (NTPA/Cup)Modified: Monroe, Michigan (NTPA), Bowling Green, Ohio (Cup) Check out the NTPA's complete national schedule at (Photos by Dave Gifford) The NTPA is the sport’s oldest and most respected truck and tractor pulling sanctioning organization. RFD-TV is available on satellite through Direc TV (345), Dish Network (231), and AT&T (568) along with Spectrum/Time Warner, Brighthouse, Comcast, Charter, Suddenlink, Cox, and other cable providers.
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"Buckeye Hauler" extended its Wolverine State dominance for a second night to assume a four-point Cup standings advantage over incoming leader Craig Corzine and the Shell Rotella-sponsored "Burn Notice." Randy Petro and "Kathy's Komplaint" (328.6', -7) pulling near the end of the class, got second, while fellow Wisconsin winner "Wild Horse" (327.9'), piloted this time by Sean Blagrave, led for a span of two trucks and finished third.
The full attention of the NTPA now turns to Chapel Hill, Tennessee's Lions Super Pull of the South.