Calendrier

Calendrier des tirs pour 2016.

En plus de l'horaire affiché ci-dessous, nous avons deux méthodes pour que vous puissiez avoir le calendrier sur votre ordinateur ou téléphone intelligent en permanence.

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Si vous désirez un calendrier qui n'est pas lié à internet: Insérer l'horaire 2015 dans votre calendrier.


Date Association Endroit Classes URL Description
20 mai à 19:00 NTPA Pinetops, NC HSS, FWD, MOD, TWD, MINI, SF, [LT FWD] Site  
21 mai à 19:00 NTPA Pinetops, NC HSS, FWD, MOD, TWD, MINI, SF, [LT FWD] Site  
27 mai à 19:00 NTPA Benson, NC SF, PS, FWD, UNL, SSO, TWD, LT UNL Site  
28 mai à 12:00 NTPA Benson, NC SSD, MINI, SF, PS, FWD, LSS Site  
28 mai à 19:00 NTPA Benson, NC SSO, TWD, LT UNL, SSD, UNL, MINI, LSS Site  
3 juin à 19:00 NTPA Sugarcreek, OH PS, HSS, LT PS Site  
11 juin à 19:00 ASTTQ Ormstown, QC MINI, SEMI, S.4X4 (6500, 7500, 9500 LBS) Site Mini-modified tractor, semi-truck and street legal pickup pull.
19 juin à 13:00 PTM Saint-Antonin, QC   Site Festival Country Saint-Antonin
25 juin ASTTQ Parc Des Loups, La Pêche, QC  

 
2 juillet à 19:00 ASTTQ Casselman, ON MINI, 4X4, SEMI, SST, MOD, TWD Site  
2 juillet à 18:30 PTM Saint-Pascal, QC   Site  
3 juillet à 13:00 ASTTQ Casselman, ON MINI, 4X4, SEMI, SST, MOD, TWD Site  
16 juillet à 09:00 ASTTQ Honfleur, QC  

 
22 juillet à 19:30 ASTTQ St-Isidore-De-Beauce, QC SST, TWD, 4X4, PROFARM (S.4x4 sur invitation)

Expo St-Isidore.
23 juillet à 18:30 ASTTQ St-Isidore-De-Beauce, QC SST, TWD, 4X4, PROFARM, SEMI (FST sur invitation)

Expo St-Isidore.
24 juillet à 18:30 ASTTQ St-Isidore-De-Beauce, QC TWD, 4X4, PROFARM, SEMI (FST sur invitation)

Expo St-Isidore.
31 juillet à 14:00 PTM St-Prosper-De-Champlain, QC   Site  
1 août à 18:30 ASTTQ Saint-Hyacinthe, QC Unl, Heavy SS, Mods,\n2WD, 4WD, Semi Site  
2 août à 18:30 ASTTQ Saint-Hyacinthe, QC Unl, Heavy SS, Mods,\n2WD, 4WD, Semi Site  
3 août à 18:30 ASTTQ Saint-Hyacinthe, QC Unl, Heavy SS, Mods,\n2WD, 4WD, Semi Site  
6 août à 09:00 ASTTQ Saint-Agapit, QC  

Expo de Lotbinière
7 août à 09:00 ASTTQ Saint-Damase, QC MINI, SST, 4X4, SEMI, PROFARM

Festival du Maïs.
12 août ASTTQ Huntingdon, QC   Site Foire de Huntingdon Huntingdon Fair
13 août ASTTQ Huntingdon, QC   Site Foire de Huntingdon Huntingdon Fair
13 août à 12:00 INDEP Sainte-Famille, QC  

Approximatif.
18 août NTPA Bowling Green, OH   Site  
20 août PTM Sainte-Justine-De-Newton, QC   Site Event reminder
27 août à 11:00 PTM Saint-Pamphile, QC   Site Festival du bucheux St-Pamphile
27 août à 09:00 ASTTQ Bedford, QC  

Truck’N Roll en Coeur
28 août à 19:00 ASTTQ Ayer'S Cliff, QC TWD, 4X4, SEMI, S.4X4

Expo Ayer’s Cliff Ayer’s Cliff Fair.
3 septembre à 09:00 ASTTQ Brome, QC  

Expo de Brome Brome Fair
9 septembre ASTTQ Richmond, QC  

Expo Richmond Richmond Fair
10 septembre PTM Calixa-Lavallée, QC   Site Weekend Rouge Calixa-Lavallée
17 septembre ASTTQ Gatineau, QC   Site  
18 septembre ASTTQ Gatineau, QC   Site  
Abbréviation Nom Description
MINI mini tracteurs modifiés mini modified tractors
SST tracteurs super-stock super stock tractors
PF tracteurs Pro Farm Pro Farm tractors
MOD tracteurs modifiés modified tractors
4x4 camions modifiés 4x4 4x4 modified trucks
TWD camions modifiés 2 roues motrices two wheel drive modified trucks
SEMI camions semi remorque semi trucks
FST tracteurs de ferme farm stock tractors
FOT tracteurs de ferme open farm open tractors
S.4x4 camions 4x4 de rue street 4x4 trucks
Abbréviation Nom Site Description
INDEP Événements indépendants ou non répertoriés
ASTTQ Association Sportive de Tire de Tracteurs du Québec Site
AMAM Tirs de tracteurs antiques Site
PTM Ptits tracteurs modifiés Site
NTPA National Tractor Pullers Association Site Grosse association américaine. J'ai inséré quelques événements de début d'année qui se passent relativement près. J'ai ajouté un tableau de leurs classes ci-dessous pour information.
Abbréviation Nom Description
LSS Light Super Stock The Light Super Stock class is a very colorful division in that many manufacturers are represented, such as Case-IH, John Deere, Agco Allis, Oliver, Massy Ferguson, Ford, and even Deutz. Unlike all the other NTPA Grand National divisions that are born and breed from the agricultural fields of America , the Light Super Stock division features machines that both utilize diesel and alcohol as fuel choices. Weighing in at 6,000 pounds, the wheel speeds and wild rides are sure to please the crowds !!!!

Rules:

(RN): Light Super Stock Tractors at RN level only will run component tractors at 6200 lbs. and the agricultural rearend tractors at 6500 lbs.
LLSS Light Limited Super Stock
HSS Heavy Super Stock

Rules:

(RN) - Heavy Super Stock tractors at Regional level will run 20” drawbar with the weight at 8000 for alcohol and 8300 for diesel.
HSSD Heavy Super Stock, Diesel Only Rules:

(GN) - Tractors run with a 20” drawbar and weigh 8000 pounds.
SSD Super Stock Diesel Diesel or alcohol powered, multiple turbo chargers.
SSO Super Stock Diesel Open The "Super Stock Open" class generates more power than any NTPA "stock" division. From their tube frame component chassis to their highly modified engine, these aren't your granddad's John Deere, Case-IH, or various other brand models found in agriculture - hardly! These machine can create in excess of 5,000 horsepower weighing 8,000 lbs. In the "Open" division, most of the engines have been modified to run on methanol fuel, although rarely fans will see a diesel fueled Super Stock joining in the fray. Unlike all other forms of NTPA "Stock" classes, the alcohol tractors do not blow plumes of black smoke.

Rules:

(GN) - Tractors run with a 20” drawbar and weigh 8000 pounds.
SF Super Farm Super Farm Tractors (SFT) are closest to "off the farm" workhorses as you will find in NTPA competition. Engine size is limited to 640 cubic inches, they must use the OEM manifold and heads for that brand engine and can only use one three inch turbo. Diesel fuel is still the only permitted fuel and tire sizes are also the same as Pro Stock Tractors. The fuel pump is limited to a "P" type pump and competitors must use the stock intake and exhaust manifold for that brand engine. The Super Farm class is extremely competitive and any competitor has a shot at winning.

Rules:

Limited single turbo charger diesel only tractor class. 9300 pounds, 20” drawbar, 640 cubic inch displacement limit, 1 turbo charger 3x3” (sealed after inspection), 24.5 x 32 tires, “p” pump, water injection allowed. No after/inter coolers or overhead cams.
PS Pro Stock The "Pro Stock" division gets us a little closer to those tractors you see in the fields. This division by rule must maintain many of its "stock" components such as engine block, transmission housing, and final drive housing. Engine size is limited to 680 cubic inches, but injector pump and allowed, single turbocharger can be of any size. These tractors compete at 10,000 lbs., the heaviest of the tractor classes.

Rules:

Single turbo charger diesel only tractor class. 10,000 pounds, 20” drawbar, 680 cubic inch displacement limit, 1 turbo charger, 24.5 x 32 tires, water injection and/or intercoolers allowed.
LT PS Light Pro Stock Rules:

All rules from Pro Stock class plus 540 cid limit, no component chassis, engine heads must be OEM agricultural-type for brand (no billet), no overhead cams, no inner/after coolers, “p” pump 3000 or 7100 series only (only one plunger per cylinder). 8500 pounds.
LIM PS Limited Pro Stock Rules:

All rules from Pro Stock class plus 640 cid limit, no component chassis, engine heads must be OEM agricultural-type for brand (no billet), no overhead cams, no inner/after coolers, “p” pump 3000 or 7100 series only, maximum 2 valves per cylinder, turbo limit: 4.1 inlet smooth bore housing. 9500 pounds.
PF Pro Farm
TWD Two Wheel Drive These are the "Funny Cars" of tractor pulling - the "wheel standers". You are as likely to see a Ford Thunderbird in this division as you are to see a T-bucket, you could see a Chevrolet S-10 or a Willy's Jeep. Regardless of the vehicle bodies, they will all be powered by a big block V-8 with a super charger in most cases, but with a sprinkling of turbo-chargers. This division competes at a weight of 6,200 lbs.

Rules:

Truck body, 6200 pound, 575 cid limit, turbocharged or supercharged engines, alcohol fuel, 18.4 x 16.1 tire, 30” drawbar.
FWD Four Wheel Drive Perhaps the closest in appearance to what the average pulling fan drives on the street, the Modified Four Wheel Drive trucks are also the only "naturally aspirated" division in NTPA competition and utilize both rear and front wheels to pull. With no turbo charger, or super charger to force air into the engine, a competitor in this division must rely on the engine itself to pump as much air as possible and that means that engine settings like the proper air/fuel ratio are more important than ever. Chassis setup, gearing, tire pressure, and the driver all must be perfect to win in this division.

Rules:

Stock appearing 4x4 truck, 6200 pound, 650 cid limited naturally aspirated engine, 112 inch circumference and 20 inch wide rim tire limit, 26” drawbar.
PSD 4x4 Pro Stock Diesel Four Wheel Drive Rules:

Stock appearing 4x4 truck (most street-like class), 8000 pound, diesel fuel only, 460 cid limit with a maximum 3.0” turbocharger, “p” pump, DOT tires (35” maximum), and 26” drawbar.
SSD 4x4 Super Stock Diesel Four Wheel Drive Rules:

Stock appearing 4x4 truck, 7500 pound, diesel fuel only, 460 cid limit, limited to 2 stage configuration of turbochargers, water injection allowed, “p” pump, maximum tire 35” tall with tread not to exceed 18”, and 26” drawbar.
LT FWD Light Four Wheel Drive
PS-4x4 Pro Stock Four Wheel Drive Rules:

Stock appearing 4x4 truck (most street-like class), 8000 pound, diesel fuel only, 460 cid limit with a maximum 3.0” turbocharger, “p” pump, DOT tires (35” maximum), and 26” drawbar.
PS-SEMI Pro Stock Semi Rules:

Stock appearing semi with single turbocharger. 20,000 pounds, 16” drawbar, diesel fuel only, DOT approved tires. Engine must be from a production-available commercial truck with minimum of 500 units produced. One turbocharger, any size.
SEMI Super Semi Tractor Pulling is called the Heaviest Motorsport on Earth and the Super Semis are the heavyweights of tractor pulling. Weighing in at 20,000 lbs., these behemoths overshadow everything else on the pulling track and for that matter, anything else in motorsports. When they come thundering down the track, the heavier the load gets, the harder they pull. Sometimes you wonder if they’ll ever stop. The Super Semis are one of the most popular divisions of NTPA pulling.

Rules:

Stock appearing semi with single or multiple turbochargers. 20,000 pounds, 16” drawbar, diesel fuel only, DOT approved tires. Engine must be from a production-available commercial truck with minimum of 500 units produced. Up to two stages of pressure allowed in turbocharger system.
MINI Modified Mini The “Minis” are the undisputed kings in the motorsport world when it comes to “power to weight” ratio. An amazing one horsepower per pound combined with a wheelbase of less than 100" also qualifies the “Minis” as the “wildest ride on four wheels”, although they aren’t using all four most of the time. At 2,000 lbs., the Minis are the lightest division in NTPA competition and are probably the toughest to drive. Keeping the tractor in a straight line heading down the track is the biggest challenge a driver in this division faces.

Rules:

High power to weight ratio, offers exciting rides. Powered by automotive style or turbine engines. 2050 pounds, 18” drawbar, 18.4x16.1 tires. Turbines limited to NTPA 1800 horsepower rating, 575 cid blown or 650 cid naturally aspirated limits.
LT UNL Light Unlimited Rules:

6,000 lbs. no turbines
MOD Modified Modified Tractors can use virtually any number and type of engines and compete at a maximum weight of 7,500 pounds.You will see competitors in this division run 3 to 4 super charged V-8’s, 2 allison aircraft engines, or 3 turbine engines. These engine combinations will produce between 6,000 to 8,000 horsepower, making it one of the most powerful motorsports in the world. You will actually feel the power when you watch them live! The class began as farm tractors with non-tractor engines and grew into fully custom machines with multiple engines and power plant types. All divisions of the Modified class use a maximum of a 20” drawbar and 30.5 x 32 tires.

Rules:

Modified (RN)- 7,500 pounds, 3 blown automotive engines with 8-71 blowers, 2 blown automotive engines with 14-71 blowers, 1 or 2 Allison aircraft engines (based on blower type), 1 industrial or marine engine 12 cylinder limit, combination of NTPA recognized turbine engines not to exceed a maximum of 5050 total horsepower and other combinations. Modified (GN)- 7,500 pounds, 4 blown automotive engines with 8-71 blowers, 3 blown automotive engines with 14-71 blowers, 2 Allison aircraft engines, 2 industrial or marine engine 12 cylinder limit, combination of NTPA recognized turbine engines not to exceed a maximum of 5800 total horsepower and other combinations.
UNL Unlimited One of the oldest divisions established in 1970, this division pits competitors utilizing all sorts of power combinations. "Unlimited" power is the game, where a fan can usually find machines with up to five and six supercharged, alcohol-fueled, racing engines, or three to four jet-turbine, helicopter engines, or even two or three V-12 Allison aircraft engines. These machines tip the scales at 8,00 lbs., and create force in the range of 9,000 to 12,000 horsepower. This division personifies "Hear the Power...Feel the Noise of NTPA!"

Rules:

8,000 pounds, any power plant making weight.