THE 54TH NATIONAL TRACTOR PULLING CHAMPIONSHIPS “RELOADED”Thursday, Friday & SaturdayAugust 19, 20 & 21, 2021
Northwestern Ohio Tractor Pullers, Inc
1150 Haskins Road, P.O. Box 401, Bowling Green, Ohio 43402
National Tractor Pulling Championships
13800 W Poe Rd, Bowling Green, OH 43402
CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL PULLTOWN WINNERS!
While we wait for our winners circle photo’s to be released, please go to: https://ntpapull.com/results for a list of this year’s NTPC winners.
Short of the temperatures, I don’t think we could have asked for a more perfect pulling event. THANK YOU to all of our pullers, sponsors, vendors, contracted services and fans. We would not be Pulltown U.S.A. without each and every one of you.
And how about those Blue Shirts? Do they know how to put on a pull or what? THANK YOU to each of you who LOVE tractor pulling so much that you give up a week or two of your time to put on the world’s biggest show, yet get to actually see so little of it!
Let’s get ready for 2022, August 18, 19 & 20. The NTPC will be celebrating their 55th Anniversary, and we know how to put on a party.
Ticket and campsite sales for returning ticket holders will start October 1st. and will continue through January 31st.
Until we see you next year, have a safe and healthy Fall.
2020 – We Miss You Too
419-354-1434 or 555-385-7855
P.O. Box 401, Bowling Green, Ohio 43402
The NTPC is promoted by the Northwestern Ohio Tractor Pullers Association (NWOTPA), the veritable backbone of the championships. The NWOTPA was chartered as the Wood County Tractor Pullers in the spring of 1962. There were approximately 20 members, all residents of Wood County, Ohio. In August of 1962 the first speed pull was introduced at the Wood County Fairgrounds. A special long flat bottom sled was built that was designed for men to step on as it went by. Men were lined up on both sides of the track and stepped on the sled as it went by. The tractor that pulled the farthest was declared the winner. Many problems occurred with this type of pulling, specifically men leaving the track during the event and the tractors going too fast for men to step on.