NTPA, the sport’s oldest sanctioning pulling series in the United States arrives at the Greene County Fairgrounds on Saturday, June 10, 2023. Five high action packed classes will feature the top drivers and top vehicles touring across the nation. Don’t miss out on this uniquely American pastime!
One of the most sought-after and highly competitive truck classes in the region, these screaming small and big block Chevy, Dodge, and Ford trucks are a fan favorite to say the least. Sporting the most popular American-made pickup truck body styles, these naturally aspirated engines roar down the track at 10,000 RPM, and finish within mere inches of each other. Will your favorite finish on the podium? Come and find out!
These high-powered and smoke belching diesel trucks are a fan favorite to watch! With their air swallowing turbochargers hallowing and their cut tires throwing dirt across the night sky, come cheer on your favorite Chevy, Dodge, and Ford to see who comes out on top!
Stock appearing semi with single turbocharger. 20,000 pounds, 16” drawbar, diesel fuel only, DOT approved tires. Engine must be from a production-available commercial truck with minimum of 500 units produced. One turbocharger, any size.
The class began as farm tractors with non-tractor engines and grew into fully custom machines with multiple engines and power plant types. All divisions of the Modified class use a maximum of a 20” drawbar and 30.5 x 32 tires.
Modified (RN)- 7,500 pounds, 3 blown automotive engines with 8-71 blowers, 2 blown automotive engines with 14-71 blowers, 1 or 2 Allison aircraft engines (based on blower type), 1 industrial or marine engine 12 cylinder limit, combination of NTPA recognized turbine engines not to exceed a maximum of 5050 total horsepower and other combinations.
All rules from Pro Stock class plus 540 cid limit, no component chassis, engine heads must be OEM agricultural-type for brand (no billet), no overhead cams, no inner/after coolers, “p” pump 3000 or 7100 series only (only one plunger per cylinder). 8500 pounds.
Saturday, June 10, 2023 at the Greene County Fairgrounds. Gates open at 4:30pm, pulls begin at 7pm.
$25 per person at the gate. Gates open at 4:30pm.
Cash only at the gate. Most vendors are cash only as well. There are ATMs located at banks and businesses prior to reaching the Greene County Fairgrounds.
Drive-In gates are available on the backside of the Greene County Fairgrounds off Route 188 (Jefferson Road) and on the frontside of the Greene County Fairgrounds off Route 21 (E Roy Furman Hwy). General parking is included with your admission.
Watch the action up close and in the comfort of your own vehicle! A limited number of track-side reserved parking spaces are available for $40. Admission is not included and must be purchased at the gate. Contact 724-627-9160 for more information.
Food vendors will be on site for food sales. Sample menus include cheesesteaks, sausage sandwiches, hot dogs, french fries, walking tacos, pretzels, desserts, beverages and more.
Beer is available to purchase with valid ID. No alcohol will be sold to guests who are under 21 years of age. We reserve the right to refuse the sale of alcohol to any guest.
We reserve the right to cancel due to inclement weather. No refunds. A rain date is scheduled for Sunday, June 11 @ 2pm.
107 Fairgrounds Road, Waynesburg, PA