The Dirtslinger Pulling Team pulled twice over the weekend - first at the Corn Belt Shrine Truck & Tractor Pull in Charleston, IL on Friday night (6/17) then at the Clinton County Fair Spring Nationals in Wilmington, OH on Saturday (6/18). Here are the results of the Dirtslinger pulls, as posted on the PowerAndNoisePhoto.com website:
On Friday night, Bill pulled the Rockstar Dirtslinger a distance of 307.070', which was good for 2nd place in the 7800# class, while Shannon pulled the Dirt Challenger a distance of 266.080', which was good for a 5th place in the class.
On Saturday, Bill pulled the Rockstar Dirtslinger a distance of 354.200', which was good for another 2nd place in their class, while Shannon's pull of 264.420' in Dirt Challenger was good for only a 15th place finish, in a VERY crowded field.
Charleston was not a PPL Points pull, but Wilmington was. The Lucas Pro Pulling League site doesn't have the points standings updated to reflect Wilmington yet, but if I understand them and calculate them correctly, Dirtslinger moves up from 4th place, to a tie for 2nd place in the points, and Dirt Challenger drops one spot from 5th to 6th.
The next pull listed on the team schedule is at the Tomah, Wisconsin Super National Pull. The Modified tractors are scheduled to pull on Thursday evening (June 23rd), and again on Friday at Noon. That pull is a NTPA pull, and does not pay PPL points. The next PPL-points pull on the schedule is at Henry, IL with the Lucas Oil America's Pull on July 9,2011.