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Midnight Motorsports drivers have a combined total of over 80 years of experience in modified truck pulling.
 
 
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  • Wild One Rolls in Oak Harbor!

    The Ottawa County Fair in Oak Harbor, OH played host to the Lucas Oil Pro Pulling League on Saturday Night. 21 Competitors from all across the United States and Canada made the trek to Oak Harbor for competition. When the crowd disbursed from the fairgrounds at the end of the evening, Our own Bethany Nelson was standing firmly at the top of the pile Bethany pulled her Wild One Chevrolet to a distance of 296.54. When asked about her thoughts on another victory, Bethany had this to share

    " To win 2 in a row on the Champions Tour seems crazy to me!  My goal this year with a brand new truck and first time driving for a full season was to be competitive and if a few top 5's came along that would be great, so this season so far has went way beyond those expectations.  We still have a lot of pulling to go this year and I am really trying to take it one hook at a time.  Again there is no way I would be competing for wins without Jared doing the tuneup and reading the tracks; he has had the setup spot on and I've been able to use that to our advantage and get a few wins!

     

    Bethany's husband Jared wheeled his "Miles Beyond 300 Midnight Revenger" to a distance of 274.23 which would put him second best for Team Midnight, and 13th place overall.

     

    John Mumma was next in line for Midnight Motorsports aboard his "After Midnight" Chevrolet SSR. John drove to a distance of 269.40 which was good for 14th place on the evening.

     

    Jeremy Nelson would be next in line aboard his Sidney, Illinois based 1941 Dodge panel van known as the "Speedco Midnight Gambler". Jeremy burned it in at 267.78 which placed him in 15th, just two behind his brother and one behind his father in law.

     

    The team is in action again this week as the season continues to grind with 4 hooks. Tuesday the 22nd they will travel to Highland, Illinois for an ITPA pull. Thursday the 24th, it's the Elkhart County Fair in Goshen, Indiana, followed by Evansville, Indiana on the 25th for the Vanderburgh County Fair. The team will close out the week on Saturday in Waterloo, Illinois. A big week ahead. Stay tuned for updates from the road, and thanks as always for your interest in Midnight Pulling.

     

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