According to Riverside Engines owner Phil Schalk, these Pro Stock John Deere builds start out with a stock John Deere block that can be as big as 680 cubic inches. That’s about the only stock thing about it! Find out what went into this build.
The Champion 2021 Racing Contingency Program is an all-encompassing marketing program designed to link Champion Motor Oils directly to regional and national racers in many sanctioned racing events in North America. Champion’s new 2021 expanded contingency program supports race teams from dirt track to pavement, gas to diesel, and circle track to drag racing with contingency cash pay-out
With a heavy focus on pulling applications and a bit of drag racing, Sassy Racing Engines specializes only in Hemi engines like this 557 cid blown supercharged Hemi that pumps out 3,000 horsepower! Find out what goes into the build.
In our second annual Women’s Issue this August, we once again placed the well-deserved spotlight on the talented women of the motorsports world and the automotive industry.
While Ashley wasn’t quite sure how the juggling act of competition and family would ultimately turn out, she admits she’s glad she is in the driver’s seat.
No Limit MFG’s facility has multiple CNC machines, fabrication equipment, multi-axis machines, cam grinding equipment, and engine building equipment that allows the shop to do work like this 3,000+ horsepower, 680 cid, OTTPA Pro Stock John Deere diesel engine, almost entirely in-house. Find out what went into this insane engine!
As other forms of motorsports keep pushing the boundaries of what’s possible with an engine, tractor pulling is no different.
With the dream to one day compete at the same truck and tractor pull events he saw as a kid, Jeremy Wenger of Twisted Piston set out to achieve that goal. The shop went all out on a 3.0 Limited Pro class 5.9L Cummins build. Find out why it earned them Rookie of the Year in OSTPA in 2019.
When he first rises to shake your hand, you’re struck by the fact that Adam Koester has a bit of swagger and an air of self-confidence about him. And why wouldn’t he? In the tractor pulling world he’s kind of a big deal. He could be considered part of royalty, with a beautiful wife and
Just as how car racing first began, when the first two tractors were sold, the new owners must have decided to have a contest to see which tractor could outpull the other.
Today’s tractor pulling might hardly be recognizable to farmers of yesteryear, but the premise is the same. Who can do the most work with the biggest tractor in the shortest amount of time. But really, can what these guys do with the monster machines they create really be called work?
Tractor pulling in America means a lot of things to different people. Many in the general public regard the sport as nothing more than stock trucks and tractors coming in off the farm and doing their thing at the county fair. That was then, this is now. The sport has grown from those humble roots