The Australian Tractor Pull championships will be held at Quambatook on Easter Saturday.April 1, 2014 9:15am
The Australian Tractor Pull championships will be held at Quambatook on Easter Saturday.
The program will include modified tractors and two-wheel drive modified trucks, vintage and farm tractors and junior modified lawnmowers.
The open class will see a Rolls-Royce V12 competing with a big block Chev under the hood of a modified truck and crowd favourite Reloaded sporting a 500 cubic inch blown alcohol power plant set to go up against Blown Income using a 540 cubic inch engine.
Young competitors from 10 to 16 years old will get their chance in the modified lawnmowers and the crowd will be entertained by the Whip Industries Minibike Team.
Bar facilities and full catering is available and families are catered for with a designated dry area.
The action starts at 1.30
For more information, phone 0428
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