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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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  • NFMS Recap!

    First off we want to take the oppurtunity to thank the tractor pull commitee for inviting our trucks to pull in Freedom Hall.  We do not take this invitation lightly; it is probably safe to say we spend more time preparing for this pull than any other.  That in itself proves that although there isn't any points associated with this pull; it still stands as one of the premier events we attend.  The oppurtunity to pull under the lights in Freedom Hall in front of a huge crowd is thrilling to say the least.

     

    Louisville was a story of feast and famine for Midnight Motorsports.The goal on qualifying nights is to be in the top four and move on to Saturday night.  That sounds pretty simple, but when you factor in every single truck in the field of fifteen each night is cabable of winning it comes down to who makes the best runs that night.  Unfortunately, Thursday night we did not do that with either truck.  After Midnight was the first of our two trucks to pull and went a distance of 229.46.  The MB300 Midnight Revenger hooked a few trucks later and pulled too 218.77.  These distances placed them 8th and 12th respectively.  To say we were dissappointed would be an understatement, but also determined to make Friday night better.  We we're thrilled for our Illinois running mate, and good friend Craig Corzine, on a top three finish and a spot in the finals.

     

    The second session of two wheel drive trucks also say two Midnight trucks in the lineup.  The Speedco Midnight Gambler took to the dirt and made a pass of 206.65.  This was going to be good enough for a fourteenth finish, so we were down to our last truck to try and punch a ticket for Saturday night.  To the delight of our team and the fans of Team Midnight the Whoopie Madness did not dissappoint.  The Kentucky Whoopie Pie sponsored truck made a fantastic pass on the right sideline that set him in the number one position at 225.31.  This number would be strong enough to hold on for the win, and send the Whoopie truck back to the pits to prepare for Saturday night. 

     

    Saturday night at Louisville, KY is the place to be and having one of our own in the show was exciting.  Only eight trucks compete on Championship night for the coveted Louisville win.  Whoopie Madness was number four hook of the eight and once again made an impressive pass to a distance of 222.15.  This mark placed him in second place for the night and a spot in the winners circle to talk with Butch!  Although not a win, making the winners circle is a phenomenal accomplishment. 

     

    Thank you to our families, friends, and fans.  Without you all this would not be possible.  Also, to our sponsors; we strive to represent them in the  upmost professional and positive manner.   We are greatful to them for there constant encouragement and motivation.  As with any motorsports there is the great moments and the low moments and they stand behind us at all times!  Now we have this taste of competition and it leaves us wanting more, we are game on for summer....Let's Roll....Hammer Down

     

     












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