High-octane intensity explodes into Freedom Hall during the evenings of the National Farm Machinery Show as pulling trucks and tractors battle it out at the Championship Tractor Pull. This invitation-only event stars the nation's best drivers and their machines — Pro Stocks, Super Stocks, Modified, and Alcohol Tractors as well as Two-Wheel and Four-Wheel Drive Trucks. The drivers compete in five exciting performances. Drivers gear up for the unequaled thrill of winning at this nationally-recognized pull, but also for the chance to bring home a share of more than $200,000 in prize money.
In 1993, the Championship Tractor Pull's competitive format was restructured, establishing a Finals round on the last evening of the pull. Many fine drivers have since carved their names into Championship Tractor Pull history on those Saturday nights as they fought their way to the prestigious title of "Grand Champion." It is extremely difficult — though not impossible — to repeat as a Championship Tractor Pull Grand Champion. It seems that only time will tell who the next trophy winners will be.