2021 Gordyville Schedule September 11, 2020 02:45AM
Session 1
January 14, 2021 12:00 p.m. c.s.t
9,500 Pro Farm
9,500 Hot Farm
6,500 Pro Farm
12,000 King of 15MPH
4,250 Heritage Pro Stock
1,950 Econo Mini Rod

Session 2
January 14, 2020 7:30 p.m. c.s.t
10,000 Pro Farm
12,000 King of 15MPH Finals
8,500 Limited Pro Stock
9,500 Pro Farm: FINALS
4,250 Heritage Pro Stock Finals
5,250 Heritage Pro Stock
1,950 Econo Mini Rod Finals

Session 3
January 15, 2020 12:00 p.m. c.s.t.
12,000 Farm Stock
9,000 Super Farm
6,000 Limited Super Stock
2,000 Limited Mini Rod
5,250 Heritage Pro Stock FINALS
10,000 Pro Farm FINALS

Session 4
January 15, 2020 7:30 p.m. c.s.t
9,300 Super Farm
8,700 Light Pro Stock
9,700 Limited Pro Stock
6,000 Limited Super Stock FINALS
12,000 Farm Stock FINALS
9,500 Hot Farm FINALS

Session 5
January 16, 2020 12:00 p.m. c.s.t
9,000 Limited Pro Stock
11,000 Pro Farm
6,500 Light Limited Super Stock
6,000 Classic Modified
9,000 Super Farm FINALS
2,000 Limited Mini Rod FINALS
2.6 Pro Street Diesel FWD

Session 6
January 16, 2020 7:30 p.m. c.s.t
8,500 Limited Pro Stock FINALS
9,000 Limited Pro Stock FINALS
9,300 Super Farm FINALS
11,000 Pro Farm FINALS
9,700 Limited Pro Stock FINALS
6,500 Limited Super Stock FINALS
8,700 Light Pro Stock FINALS
3.6 Pro Stock Diesel FWD

I know they make an effort at this pull to combine classes from different organizations with different rules.
Quick question- Is there a class where the Naturally Aspirated Super Stocks can pull here?



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 09/11/2020 02:45AM by The Original Michael.

Re: 2021 Gordyville Schedule September 11, 2020 06:17AM
The Naturally Aspirated Tractor numbers took an unfortunate dive so the Heritage Pro Stocks appear in their place. I am glad to see two classes of those tractors now at Gordyville, thank you to Klint and his Whatssmokin crew.



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Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 09/11/2020 06:31AM by Bryan Lively.

Re: 2021 Gordyville Schedule September 11, 2020 07:48AM
What are the rules for the hot farm class? Ntpa?

Re: 2021 Gordyville Schedule September 11, 2020 08:29AM
What is heritage pro stock rules?

Re: 2021 Gordyville Schedule September 11, 2020 11:32AM
what are the rules for the 6000 classic modified ? thanks

Re: 2021 Gordyville Schedule September 11, 2020 01:19PM
We (Chris "Flea" Kahrhoff and I) will be tweaking the Heritage Pro Stock rules a bit...should make for more color in the classes.



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Re: 2021 Gordyville Schedule September 11, 2020 11:55AM
6000 Classic Modified Rules - [www.whatssmokin.net]
5250 Heritage Pro Stock Rules (Looks like they added 100lbs from 2020) - [www.whatssmokin.net]



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Re: 2021 Gordyville Schedule September 11, 2020 12:34PM
just a question but what do they call farm stock or the king of 15mph?

Re: 2021 Gordyville Schedule September 12, 2020 10:13AM
Farm Stock is somewhat close to ISP Too Hot To Farm (SC/SW Altered) rules- I think.
I'm sure the site has the full rules but I know some of them have run in that class before.

Re: 2021 Gordyville Schedule September 12, 2020 10:15AM
What’s the word as far as likely good that the pull will go has anyone heard any promising news that the restrictions in IL will
Hopefully go away by then? I know we are serval months out yet jus curious

Re: 2021 Gordyville Schedule September 12, 2020 01:26PM
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What’s the word as far as likely good that the pull will go has anyone heard any promising news that the restrictions in IL will
Hopefully go away by then? I know we are serval months out yet jus curious


That's a good question. One that no one knows the answer to yet. The virus will not go away until we all get a vaccine. Let's hope and pray that one is developed before then. Until that happens, I doubt if the restrictions will be lifted in Illinois due to our Governor. Now that's just my opinion and it doesn't mean that I am right.

Re: 2021 Gordyville Schedule September 12, 2020 02:35PM
K we will have a protest and lite up urbana and that will keep the naysayers off our back at gordy, simple rules simple solutions

Re: 2021 Gordyville Schedule September 11, 2020 12:35PM
NA Super Stocks can run in the 6,500 Pro Farm Class and/or 6,000 Limited Super Stock at 7,000 lbs.

All rules can be found at http://www.whatssmokin.net/midwestwineternationalclassrules

Re: 2021 Gordyville Schedule September 11, 2020 03:21PM
Bryan sign me up for the 4250 pro class.

Re: 2021 Gordyville Schedule September 12, 2020 02:52PM
Are they actually running two LLSS classes? One at 6000lbs and one at 6500lbs? When clicking on the rules for each class, the rules for 6000lb LLSS come up for both.

Re: 2021 Gordyville Schedule September 13, 2020 05:14AM
Yup, they have been doing it for years.



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Re: 2021 Gordyville Schedule September 13, 2020 07:12AM
Newalkyholic

It has been updated to reflect the 6,500 LLSS class rules.

Thanks

Ryan Z.

Re: 2021 Gordyville Schedule September 14, 2020 12:22AM
8 mph is fine at an antique pull but not at gordy i think the ones making rules forgot the venue

Re: 2021 Gordyville Schedule September 13, 2020 11:07AM
Cmon that heritage pro class is gotta be a joke , why so light ? Doesnt make any sence at all

Re: 2021 Gordyville Schedule September 13, 2020 11:26AM
Keeps the 1000+ cu.in mm out

Re: 2021 Gordyville Schedule September 13, 2020 11:32AM
Putt putt putt putt.::::wah wah u baby

Re: 2021 Gordyville Schedule September 13, 2020 01:56PM
The 4250 makes perfect sense. 4250 should have more color in the class and 8mph should level the playing field a bit in both 4250 and 5250.



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Re: 2021 Gordyville Schedule September 14, 2020 03:53AM
5150 heritage cant be clicked on

Re: 2021 Gordyville Schedule September 14, 2020 05:48AM
I'm happy to see that a speed limit has been added to the heritage pro stock classes. Before the speed limit it was just a game of who had the most cubic inces. Now only if they would let turbos and any year of tractor pull in those classes. Big cubic inch gas vs turbo diesel in a light 8mph class are very competitive against each other and gives the class good variety. Gordyville is not an antique pull so there should not be rules on how old the tractor has to be. I hope the rule makers will consider this, i have a few tractors I WILL bring to gordyville if they allow any year tractor with a turbo.

Re: 2021 Gordyville Schedule September 14, 2020 07:43AM
I have to say, I'm not too big on the speed limit classes. Not too many people want to sit at Gordyville and watch a tractor make a horn go off.... over and over and over.
Gordyvilles reputation has always been "Midwest Winter Nationals" for the bigger league tractors.
There's several indoor antique pulls in the midwest that people can get their fill from if thats what they're in to. Just my opinion. Leave gordyville to the open no-speed limit tractors.

Re: 2021 Gordyville Schedule September 14, 2020 12:07PM
No need for any horn blowing. Have a speed board, hook ends max speed over 8.0 your dqed. That problem is solved now what?

Re: 2021 Gordyville Schedule September 15, 2020 12:00PM
wrong venue for a speed limited class plenty of those available all over the country

Re: 2021 Gordyville Schedule September 15, 2020 03:02PM
George, my friend, you're wrong.

Yes the mph guys can pull all over the country most winters, you remember who follows them around?

However, Gordyville was the golden goose for many of those mph guys who sat in the stands watching and didn't have a class for them for many years. They wanted to try that tough track out...and in January 2020 they got to do so. Every one of them were appreciative for the opportunity to pull no matter how they placed. Everywhere else they go in winter the crowds are thin; they basically pull in front of their fellow pullers and families. Its a good, but small, crowd. These gentlemen who are just as skilled at pulling as anyone deserve a chance to pull in front of a bigger crowd that likely appreciates pulling in all forms.

Flea and I agreed that 8mph would be in the best interest of the classes. It adds a variety of machines and will require some driving skill because, for 2021, if you blow the horn once...you're done. Dq. Out.

The dirty little secret here is that for every smoker that has to be picked up and moved around in the sequence of a hook, I suspect you can run 2 of these mph tractors because they do not need to be towed around, and dont tear the track up as much.

I am grateful that Klint called Flea and me this time about a year ago and wanted something different for the pull. I look forward to continue to being a part of a group effort to provide a different pullers a place to play in the future.



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Re: 2021 Gordyville Schedule September 15, 2020 03:25PM
To Brian Lively, please consider letting turbo charged diesels in the class. The class shouldn't be an antique only class it should allow farm tractors in it as well. A turbo charged diesel will be very comparable to a built up antique gas tractor. This would allow for great variety. The age of the tractor shouldn't matter nor if its natural aspirated or turbocharged, the speed limit is the equalizer the rest of the rules should pretty much be run what you brung besides safely rules.

Re: 2021 Gordyville Schedule September 15, 2020 10:27PM
I get a kick out of all the folks that want promoters to cater to them, put on your own pull and you can should all the rules and classes you like.Be glad there is a pull period and stop to think how many selfish people want something.Are you installing a smoke tube on your diesel?

Re: 2021 Gordyville Schedule September 15, 2020 11:47PM
In my opinion, any mixed class that has turbocharged tractors in it will inevitably put NA tractors at a disadvantage and escalate costs even more to be competitive, speed limit, rpm limit, or not.

I will leave my comments at that because it is too early in the morning to write a novel...



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Re: 2021 Gordyville Schedule September 16, 2020 02:56AM
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In my opinion, any mixed class that has turbocharged tractors in it will inevitably put NA tractors at a disadvantage and escalate costs even more to be competitive, speed limit, rpm limit, or not.

I will leave my comments at that because it is too early in the morning to write a novel...


This above is why the NASS took and "unfortunate dive" as you stated above. There was a full class for a few years but then light turbos and V-8's were added in. Right or wrong, that's why they don't get them to come anymore.

Re: 2021 Gordyville Schedule September 16, 2020 01:31AM
just stating my opinion and i don't go to gordy to watch mile per hour pulling, i go to plenty of those pulls. i understand the want to level the field but i also like the run it if you can at one pull per year . Good luck and i hope it goes over well as i stated before i just think this isn't the venue for mph classes

Re: 2021 Gordyville Schedule September 16, 2020 04:49AM
No pro stock tractors this year?

Re: 2021 Gordyville Schedule September 16, 2020 05:17AM
Nope, cause they are no longer supporting the class.



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Re: 2021 Gordyville Schedule September 16, 2020 07:42AM
Klint Tucker runs the show. He's going to have whatever class he wants. If you show up, abide by the rules, have decent numbers in your class and don't throw a fit about it pretty good chance he will invite you back again. Crying on this forum means nothing to him. If you dont like it don't come to show. History has shown that other people will show up. Pleasing everyone is impossible. His uniqueness in the classes is what sets gordyville apart from the norm. Let's be thankful if he's able to have it period.

Re: 2021 Gordyville Schedule September 16, 2020 10:56AM
They gotta offer something to come and see first. None of this county fair crap

Re: 2021 Gordyville Schedule September 16, 2020 01:55PM
Now that Cloverdale has pulled the pin, Maybe there will be a uptick in interest for the pro-stock class??? If it was offered that is...

Re: 2021 Gordyville Schedule September 16, 2020 02:41PM
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Now that Cloverdale has pulled the pin, Maybe there will be a uptick in interest for the pro-stock class??? If it was offered that is...
smh. Dream on! lol

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