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Open Antique Tractor

Weight Classes Are:  4500 – 5500 – 6500.     NO TURBO.

Open to the following makes and models manufactured BEFORE 1960 (including models that started production before 1960 and were manufactured after 1960).

·Allis Chalmers: D15, D17, D19, or any older model

·Case:  600, 700, 800, or any older model

·Cockshutt:  any model

·Ford:  681, 881, or any older model

·International:  340, 460, 560, or any older model

·John Deere:  Two cylinder tractors only

·Massey Ferguson:  30, 50, 65, 85, or any older model

·Massey Harris:  any model

·Minneapolis-Moline:  4 star, 5 star or any older model

·Oliver:  660, 770, 880, 990, or any older model

·Silver King:  any model

R E G U L A T I O N S

Tractors that CAN NOT meet the following rules may pull in the OPEN Tractor Class.  Tractors may not pull in both Antique and Open Classes.

1.Helmet, Fire Jackets & Leather shoes are RECOMMENDED.

2.Does not need a working PTO.

3.May or may not pull from stock drawbar. 

4.No tire chains permitted.  No dual wheels permitted.

5.No four wheel drive tractors allowed.

6.Tractors may be equipped with any pump.

7.Weight includes driver.  No weight or driver change after weigh-in.

8.Drawbar height maximum 18 inches from ground in ALL classes.

9.Drawbar MAY NOT Be less than 18 inches from enter of axle, not more that 1 inch in thickness and must have a 3 inch diameter opening.  Pulling point may not be more

than 1-1/2 inch from back edge of hitching device.

10.No tampering of hydraulic control of drawbar while pulling.

11.Judges have the right to stop contestant’s tractor if the tractor is being operated in an unsafe manner.

12.All minors must have written consent of parents or guardians to enter contest.

13.Tractors may be rechecked after pull is made if there is any question of rule violations.

14.Contest winners to be decided by total distance pulled.

15.All weight must be securely fastened.  Losing any weights while pulling is a disqualification.

16.Operators must remain seated during the pull, and must have complete control of the tractor at all times.

17.Tractors may pull in two weight classes, but only once in each class.

18.Trophies will be given to the winner of each class.

19.Prize money:1st:  $75.002nd:  $50.003rd:  $35.00

20.Positively only two adults (1 driver and 1 helper) are allowed in pits with each tractor entered.

Stock Antique Tractor

Weight Classes Are:  4500 – 5500 – 6500.    NO TURBO.

Open to the following makes and models manufactured BEFORE 1960 (including models that started production before 1960 and were manufactured after 1960).

·Allis Chalmers: D15, D17, D19, or any older model

·Case:  600, 700, 800, or any older model

·Cockshutt:  any model

·Ferguson:  any model

·Ford:  681, 881, or any older model

·International:  340, 460, 560, or any older model

·John Deere:  Two cylinder tractors only

·Massey Ferguson:  30, 50, 65, 85, or any older model

·Massey Harris:  any model

·Minneapolis-Moline:  4 star, 5 star or any older model

·Oliver:  660, 770, 880, 990, or any older model

·Silver King:  any model

R E G U L A T I O N S

Tractors that CAN NOT meet the following rules may pull in the OPEN Tractor Class.  Tractors may not pull in both Antique and Open Classes.

1.Must have working PTO.

2.Must pull from a solid drawbar. 

3.Only manufactured stock side curtains allowed.

4.Maximum tire size 15.5-38.  NO CUT TIRES.

5.Steel wheels permitted, no tire chains permitted.  No dual wheels permitted.

6.No four wheel drive tractors allowed.

7.Tractors may be equipped with stock pumps only.

8.Weight includes driver.  No weight or driver change after weigh-in.

9.Drawbar height maximum 18 inches from ground in ALL classes.

10.Drawbar MAY NOT Be less than 18 inches from enter of axle, not more that 1 inch in thickness and must have a 3 inch diameter opening.  Pulling point may not be more

than 1-1/2 inch from back edge of hitching device.

11.No tampering of hydraulic control of drawbar while pulling.

12.Judges have the right to stop contestant’s tractor if the tractor is being operated in an unsafe manner.

13.All minors must have written consent of parents or guardians to enter contest.

14.Tractors may be rechecked after pull is made if there is any question of rule violations.

15.Contest winners to be decided by total distance pulled.

16.All weight must be securely fastened.  Losing any weights while pulling is a disqualification.

17.Operators must remain seated during the pull, and must have complete control of the tractor at all times.

18.Tractors may pull in two weight classes, but only once in each class.

19.Trophies will be given to the winner of each class.

20.Prize money:1st:  $75.002nd:  $50.003rd:  $35.00

21.Positively only two adults (1 driver and 1 helper) are allowed in pits with each tractor entered.

Tractor

Weight Class:  11500 Turbo and Non-Turbo

Open to the following makes and models manufactured BEFORE 1960.

·Allis Chalmers: 160, 170, 180, 190, and newer

·Case:  430, 530, 630, 730, 830, 930, 1030 and newer

·Case-IH:  All models

·Ford:  1000 and newer

·International:  706, 806, and newer

·John Deere:  NO Two cylinder tractors only

·Massey Ferguson:  100, 130, 135, 150 and newer

·Minneapolis-Moline:  G705, G707, G708, and newer

·Oliver:  1600, 1800, 1900, and newer

·White:  All models

R E G U L A T I O N S

Tractors that CAN NOT meet the following rules may pull in the OPEN Tractor Class.  Tractors may not pull in both Antique and Open Classes.

1.All tractors that have a high idle SPEED EQUAL TO OR LESS THAN that published in the A & W Dino Test Book, The Nebraska Tractor Test PTO, WILL pull in this class.

2.No alterations to tires such as cut, shaved, road spun, grooved, etc.

3.Tractor must be equipped with stock pumps only.

4.No four wheel drive tractors allowed.

5.Weight includes driver.  No weight or driver change after weigh-in.

6.Drawbar height maximum 20 inches from ground in 11500 classes.

7.Drawbar must be equipped with a hitching device, not more than 1 inch thickness and must have 3 inch diameter opening.  Pulling point may not be more than 1-1/2 inch

from the back edge of hitching device.

8.No tampering of hydraulic control of drawbar while pulling.

9.Rubber Tires only, no tire chains or dual wheels permitted.

10.Committee has the right to accept or reject all entries.

11.Contest to be governed by three (3) judges, with all decisions final.

12.Judges have the right to stop contestant’s tractor if the tractor is being operated in an unsafe manner.

13.All minors must have written consent of parents or guardians to enter contest.

14.Only one pull allowed for each contestant, unless judges declare a tie.  Pull is ended when tractor’s engine stalls or excessive spinning occurs.  No jerking allowed.

15.A member of the committee will check drawbar height prior to making the pull.

16.Tractors may be rechecked after pull is made if there is any question of rule violations.

17.Contest winners to be decided by total distance pulled.

18.Tractors will be weighed prior to making pull and after pulling on portable scales on the grounds.

19.All weight must be securely fastened.  Losing any weights while pulling is a disqualification.

20.Contestants shall draw by lottery for pulling position in each class.

21.Operators must remain seated during the pull, and must have complete control of the tractor at all times.

22.Tractors may pull in two weight classes, but only once in each class.

23.Trophies will be given to the winner of each class.

24.Prize money:1st:  $75.002nd:  $50.003rd:  $35.00

25.Positively only two adults (1 driver and 1 helper) are allowed in pits with each tractor entered.

26.Any issues will be dealt with the day of the pull, and the committee’s decision is final.

2018 All Truck Pulling Classes Rules

The following specifications have been prepared by Marion Center

Speedway as guidelines for Pulling Tractors.  No warranty of safety

is expressed or implied as a result of this publication of rules. 

These are intended as a guideline and are in no way a guarantee

against injury or death to participants, spectators, or officials. 

Anything not covered by these specifications should be approved

by the track officials and placed in writing.  Continuous

developments in tractor pulling and technology may mandate

changes in these rules.  However, it is our intent to enforce and

police these rules throughout the season.

We strive to keep the competition equal and fair for all

competitors.  To accomplish this, IF IT DOES NOT SAY YOU CAN –

DON’T!!  Try to live within the spirit of the rules.  If you have any

questions, please contact track officials before you are found

illegal for competition.

Anything not covered in these rules will be up to the

discretion of the tech or track officials, without recourse from drivers or owners.  Safety infractions

can be cause for a truck to be kept out of competition until they have been corrected.  The preceding

rules are subject to revision and will be judged accordingly.  UNLESS THE RULES SAY YOU CAN –

DON’T!!!

Please be sure to look over our General Rules for more information about conduct and procedures at Marion Center Speedway. Check out our MCS Info. Tab above for Reserved Parking in Pits, Admission, Race Time, etc.
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2018 All Truck Pulling Classes Rules

The following specifications

have been prepared by Marion

Center Speedway as

guidelines for Pulling Tractors. 

No warranty of safety is

expressed or implied as a

result of this publication of rules.  These are

intended as a guideline and are in no way a

guarantee against injury or death to

participants, spectators, or officials.  Anything

not covered by these specifications should be

approved by the track officials and placed in

writing.  Continuous developments in tractor

pulling and technology may mandate changes

in these rules.  However, it is our intent to

enforce and police these rules throughout the

season.

We strive to keep the competition equal

and fair for all competitors.  To accomplish

this, IF IT DOES NOT SAY YOU CAN – DON’T!! 

Try to live within the spirit of the rules.  If you

have any questions, please contact track

officials before you are found illegal for

competition.

Anything not covered in these rules will

be up to the discretion of the tech or track

officials, without recourse from drivers or

owners.  Safety infractions can be cause for a

truck to be kept out of competition until they

have been corrected.  The preceding rules are

subject to revision and will be judged

accordingly.  UNLESS THE RULES SAY YOU

CAN – DON’T!!!

Please be sure to look over our General Rules for more information about conduct and procedures at Marion Center Speedway. Check out our MCS Info. Tab above for Reserved Parking in Pits, Admission, Race Time, etc.

Open Antique Tractor

Weight Classes Are:  4500 – 5500 – 6500.    

NO TURBO.

Open to the following makes and models

manufactured BEFORE 1960 (including models

that started production before 1960 and were

manufactured after 1960).

·Allis Chalmers: D15, D17, D19, or any older

model

·Case:  600, 700, 800, or any older model

·Cockshutt:  any model

·Ford:  681, 881, or any older model

·International:  340, 460, 560, or any older

model

·John Deere:  Two cylinder tractors only

·Massey Ferguson:  30, 50, 65, 85, or any older

model

·Massey Harris:  any model

·Minneapolis-Moline:  4 star, 5 star or any older

model

·Oliver:  660, 770, 880, 990, or any older model

·Silver King:  any model

R E G U L A T I O N S

Tractors that CAN NOT meet the following

rules may pull in the OPEN Tractor Class. 

Tractors may not pull in both Antique and

Open Classes.

1.Helmet, Fire Jackets & Leather shoes are

RECOMMENDED.

2.Does not need a working PTO.

3.May or may not pull from stock drawbar. 

4.No tire chains permitted.  No dual wheels

permitted.

5.No four wheel drive tractors allowed.

6.Tractors may be equipped with any pump.

7.Weight includes driver.  No weight or driver

change after weigh-in.

8.Drawbar height maximum 18 inches from

ground in ALL classes.

9.Drawbar MAY NOT Be less than 18 inches

from enter of axle, not more that 1 inch in

thickness and must have a 3 inch diameter

opening.  Pulling point may not be more than

1-1/2 inch from back edge of hitching device.

10.No tampering of hydraulic control of

drawbar while pulling.

11.Judges have the right to stop contestant’s

tractor if the tractor is being operated in an

unsafe manner.

12.All minors must have written consent of

parents or guardians to enter contest.

13.Tractors may be rechecked after pull is

made if there is any question of rule violations.

14.Contest winners to be decided by total

distance pulled.

15.All weight must be securely fastened. 

Losing any weights while pulling is a

disqualification.

16.Operators must remain seated during the

pull, and must have complete control of the

tractor at all times.

17.Tractors may pull in two weight classes, but

only once in each class.

18.Trophies will be given to the winner of each

class.

19.Prize money:1st:  $75.002nd:  $50.003rd: 

$35.00

20.Positively only two adults (1 driver and 1

helper) are allowed in pits with each tractor

entered.

Stock Antique Tractor

Weight Classes Are:  4500 – 5500 – 6500.   

NO TURBO.

Open to the following makes and models

manufactured BEFORE 1960 (including models

that started production before 1960 and were

manufactured after 1960).

·Allis Chalmers: D15, D17, D19, or any older

model

·Case:  600, 700, 800, or any older model

·Cockshutt:  any model

·Ferguson:  any model

·Ford:  681, 881, or any older model

·International:  340, 460, 560, or any older

model

·John Deere:  Two cylinder tractors only

·Massey Ferguson:  30, 50, 65, 85, or any older

model

·Massey Harris:  any model

·Minneapolis-Moline:  4 star, 5 star or any older

model

·Oliver:  660, 770, 880, 990, or any older model

·Silver King:  any model

R E G U L A T I O N S

Tractors that CAN NOT meet the following

rules may pull in the OPEN Tractor Class. 

Tractors may not pull in both Antique and

Open Classes.

1.Must have working PTO.

2.Must pull from a solid drawbar. 

3.Only manufactured stock side curtains

allowed.

4.Maximum tire size 15.5-38.  NO CUT TIRES.

5.Steel wheels permitted, no tire chains

permitted.  No dual wheels permitted.

6.No four wheel drive tractors allowed.

7.Tractors may be equipped with stock pumps

only.

8.Weight includes driver.  No weight or driver

change after weigh-in.

9.Drawbar height maximum 18 inches from

ground in ALL classes.

10.Drawbar MAY NOT Be less than 18 inches

from enter of axle, not more that 1 inch in

thickness and must have a 3 inch diameter

opening.  Pulling point may not be more than

1-1/2 inch from back edge of hitching device.

11.No tampering of hydraulic control of

drawbar while pulling.

12.Judges have the right to stop contestant’s

tractor if the tractor is being operated in an

unsafe manner.

13.All minors must have written consent of

parents or guardians to enter contest.

14.Tractors may be rechecked after pull is

made if there is any question of rule violations.

15.Contest winners to be decided by total

distance pulled.

16.All weight must be securely fastened. 

Losing any weights while pulling is a

disqualification.

17.Operators must remain seated during the

pull, and must have complete control of the

tractor at all times.

18.Tractors may pull in two weight classes, but

only once in each class.

19.Trophies will be given to the winner of each

class.

20.Prize money:1st:  $75.002nd:  $50.003rd: 

$35.00

21.Positively only two adults (1 driver and 1

helper) are allowed in pits with each tractor

entered.

Tractor

Weight Class:  11500 Turbo and Non-Turbo

Open to the following makes and models

manufactured BEFORE 1960.

·Allis Chalmers: 160, 170, 180, 190, and newer

·Case:  430, 530, 630, 730, 830, 930, 1030 and

newer

·Case-IH:  All models

·Ford:  1000 and newer

·International:  706, 806, and newer

·John Deere:  NO Two cylinder tractors only

·Massey Ferguson:  100, 130, 135, 150 and

newer

·Minneapolis-Moline:  G705, G707, G708, and

newer

·Oliver:  1600, 1800, 1900, and newer

·White:  All models

R E G U L A T I O N S

Tractors that CAN NOT meet the following

rules may pull in the OPEN Tractor Class. 

Tractors may not pull in both Antique and

Open Classes.

1.All tractors that have a high idle SPEED

EQUAL TO OR LESS THAN that published in

the A & W Dino Test Book, The Nebraska

Tractor Test PTO, WILL pull in this class.

2.No alterations to tires such as cut, shaved,

road spun, grooved, etc.

3.Tractor must be equipped with stock pumps

only.

4.No four wheel drive tractors allowed.

5.Weight includes driver.  No weight or driver

change after weigh-in.

6.Drawbar height maximum 20 inches from

ground in 11500 classes.

7.Drawbar must be equipped with a hitching

device, not more than 1 inch thickness and

must have 3 inch diameter opening.  Pulling

point may not be more than 1-1/2 inch from the

back edge of hitching device.

8.No tampering of hydraulic control of drawbar

while pulling.

9.Rubber Tires only, no tire chains or dual

wheels permitted.

10.Committee has the right to accept or reject

all entries.

11.Contest to be governed by three (3) judges,

with all decisions final.

12.Judges have the right to stop contestant’s

tractor if the tractor is being operated in an

unsafe manner.

13.All minors must have written consent of

parents or guardians to enter contest.

14.Only one pull allowed for each contestant,

unless judges declare a tie.  Pull is ended

when tractor’s engine stalls or excessive

spinning occurs.  No jerking allowed.

15.A member of the committee will check

drawbar height prior to making the pull.

16.Tractors may be rechecked after pull is

made if there is any question of rule violations.

17.Contest winners to be decided by total

distance pulled.

18.Tractors will be weighed prior to making

pull and after pulling on portable scales on the

grounds.

19.All weight must be securely fastened. 

Losing any weights while pulling is a

disqualification.

20.Contestants shall draw by lottery for pulling

position in each class.

21.Operators must remain seated during the

pull, and must have complete control of the

tractor at all times.

22.Tractors may pull in two weight classes, but

only once in each class.

23.Trophies will be given to the winner of each

class.

24.Prize money:1st:  $75.002nd:  $50.003rd: 

$35.00

25.Positively only two adults (1 driver and 1

helper) are allowed in pits with each tractor

entered.

26.Any issues will be dealt with the day of the

pull, and the committee’s decision is final.

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