NATIONAL ATPA CHAMPIONSHIP SEASON 2016-2017
ROUND 0
BIDDESTON

Demo Pull
13th August 2016

Cancelled due to weather
15th October 2016
ROUND 2
BUSHY PARK

19th November 2016
ROUND 0
DELORAINE

Demo Pull
3rd December 2016

Victorian Championship
21st January 2017
ROUND 5
FINLEY

NSW Championship - Part II
25th February 2017
ROUND 6
NEWSTEAD- CANCELLED

11th March 2017

Australian Championship
15th April 2017
Quambatook 2017

 

41st Annual Tractor Pull

AUSTRALIAN TRACTOR PULL CHAMPIONSHIPS

EASTER SATURDAY  15th April 2017

High octane intensity explodes into Quambatook on Easter Saturday as the power hungry modified tractors and trucks  blast their way down the track on a mission towards the ultimate ‘Full Pull’ at the 41st Australian Tractor Pull Championships.

Competitive pulling isn’t just watched it’s experienced!  Sight! Sound! Action! Diesel fuel, and the giddy expectation of an anxious crowd... this spectacle feeds an addiction.

Any tractor pull may be called the ultimate contest between the proverbial immovable object and the irresistible force, but at Quambatook Easter Saturday 15th April, driven by competitive spirit and brute force, horsepower is king when the tractor is hooked.

As competitors take off the rev limiters, scream the RPM’s and push their equipment to the very edge it won’t take long for the event to ‘gain traction’.

The excitement commences at 1.30pm and concludes under lights approximately 10.00pm.   The pulling program will commence with the vintage tractors.    The 2WD & 4WD farm tractors will also compete for the championship during the day.  The return of the ‘Quamby Quaker’ in 2016 was a huge highlight and will prove such again when it hits the track this Easter Saturday.

The highly modified pulling machines will be competing non-stop on two tracks.   The spectacular Smoker class with ‘Wicked Whitetail & ‘Wolverine Deere 2’ strutting their stuff is sure to get the crowd to their feet.   ‘Disorderly Conduct’ & ‘Scrap Value’ will compete in their relevant classes and are always out to put on a show.   The various other exciting classes sporting all manner of power supplies, include ‘Bizzee B’ in the Modified Truck  powered by 454ci. Chev.   ‘Soul Revival’ is always out to take on ‘Flat Stick’ & ‘Full Throttle’ with a fight to the finish. 

The Open mini class is not to be missed with ‘Iron Nuts’ sporting a Donavan 540ci. blown  plant going head to head with ‘Blown Income’ which draws power from a 540ci. TFZ Hemi.  In the Mini class ‘Jaws’ will take on the might of ‘Rival’ and ‘Barney’s Animal’, there is always fierce rivalry between the ‘Fords & Chevs’.

This is only a small part of the great program being offered as we come to expect the great battles in all modified classes, they just seem to get better and better every year.

An evening tea break approximately 6.30pm allows spectators a chance to ‘share the passion’ of these mighty machines with the teams.   Activities will continue with Easter Bunny making a trackside appearance throwing out chocolate eggs for our young enthusiasts. Also you can take advantage of the many food and refreshment stalls, along with the side show entertainment for all ages.

The junior contingent will show their skills trackside during the day competing in the ‘Modified Lawn Mower’ class where the 10-16 year olds get the chance to learn the aspects of Tractor Pulling.    Other features of the day are a country market, carnival rides for the kids.  The trucking industry will be on show with a huge display of prime movers.   

For those interested in the history of farming down through the decades,  you will be able to meander down memory lane with the extensive display of ‘heritage machinery’ on display.

The Quambatook Tractor Pull is way more than just power alone. It's creativity, team spirit and also having a good time.  It’s entertainment for all the family, on and off the track.

Full catering is available throughout the day and evening, so while you’re ‘feeding your tractor pull addiction’ you can feast on an array of delicacies.   Bar facilities on site.

The purpose built Quambatook Tractor Pulling complex is renowned as the best track for            competitors and spectators alike.  The track side fenced hills provide the safest viewing area, bring along a rug or ‘decky’ to enhance your days enjoyment.   A designated ‘dry area’ tops off an    already brilliant atmosphere that guarantees your family a safe and relaxing day out.

Over 8 hours of Sight! Sound! Action!...make Quambatook your “Pit stop” this Easter Saturday!

No Glass Containers  -  No Pets  -  No BYO Alcohol  -  No Eftpos

For further information contact:

Doug Carroll: 0427 346634

Kelvin Jobling: 0429 015220

 

www.austractorpull.com or www.qtpa.quambatook.com.au

41st Annual Tractor Pull AUSTRALIAN TRACTOR PULL CHAMPIONSHIPS EASTER SATURDAY 15th April 2017 High octane intensity explodes into Quambatook on Easter Saturday as the power hungry modified tractors and trucks blast their way down the track on a mission towards the ultimate ‘Full Pull’ at the 41st Australian Tractor Pull Championships. Competitive pulling isn’t just watched it’s experienced! Sight! Sound! Action! Diesel fuel, and the giddy expectation of an anxious crowd... this spectacle feeds an addiction. Any tractor pull may be called the ultimate contest between the proverbial immovable object and the irresistible force, but at Quambatook Easter Saturday 15th April, driven by competitive spirit and brute force, horsepower is king when the tractor is hooked. As competitors take off the rev limiters, scream the RPM’s and push their equipment to the very edge it won’t take long for the event to ‘gain traction’. The excitement commences at 1.30pm and concludes under lights approximately 10.00pm. The pulling program will commence with the vintage tractors. The 2WD & 4WD farm tractors will also compete for the championship during the day. The return of the ‘Quamby Quaker’ in 2016 was a huge highlight and will prove such again when it hits the track this Easter Saturday. The highly modified pulling machines will be competing non-stop on two tracks. The spectacular Smoker class with ‘Wicked Whitetail & ‘Wolverine Deere 2’ strutting their stuff is sure to get the crowd to their feet. ‘Disorderly Conduct’ & ‘Scrap Value’ will compete in their relevant classes and are always out to put on a show. The various other exciting classes sporting all manner of power supplies, include ‘Bizzee B’ in the Modified Truck powered by 454ci. Chev. ‘Soul Revival’ is always out to take on ‘Flat Stick’ & ‘Full Throttle’ with a fight to the finish. The Open mini class is not to be missed with ‘Iron Nuts’ sporting a Donavan 540ci. blown plant going head to head with ‘Blown Income’ which draws power from a 540ci. TFZ Hemi. In the Mini class ‘Jaws’ will take on the might of ‘Rival’ and ‘Barney’s Animal’, there is always fierce rivalry between the ‘Fords & Chevs’. This is only a small part of the great program being offered as we come to expect the great battles in all modified classes, they just seem to get better and better every year. An evening tea break approximately 6.30pm allows spectators a chance to ‘share the passion’ of these mighty machines with the teams. Activities will continue with Easter Bunny making a trackside appearance throwing out chocolate eggs for our young enthusiasts. Also you can take advantage of the many food and refreshment stalls, along with the side show entertainment for all ages. The junior contingent will show their skills trackside during the day competing in the ‘Modified Lawn Mower’ class where the 10-16 year olds get the chance to learn the aspects of Tractor Pulling. Other features of the day are a country market, carnival rides for the kids. The trucking industry will be on show with a huge display of prime movers. For those interested in the history of farming down through the decades, you will be able to meander down memory lane with the extensive display of ‘heritage machinery’ on display. The Quambatook Tractor Pull is way more than just power alone. It's creativity, team spirit and also having a good time. It’s entertainment for all the family, on and off the track. Full catering is available throughout the day and evening, so while you’re ‘feeding your tractor pull addiction’ you can feast on an array of delicacies. Bar facilities on site. The purpose built Quambatook Tractor Pulling complex is renowned as the best track for competitors and spectators alike. The track side fenced hills provide the safest viewing area, bring along a rug or ‘decky’ to enhance your days enjoyment. A designated ‘dry area’ tops off an already brilliant atmosphere that guarantees your family a safe and relaxing day out. Over 8 hours of Sight! Sound! Action!...make Quambatook your “Pit stop” this Easter Saturday! No Glass Containers - No Pets - No BYO Alcohol - No Eftpos For further information contact: Doug Carroll: 0427 346634 Kelvin Jobling: 0429 015220 www.austractorpull.com or www.qtpa.quambatook.com.au




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