Joe Giulitto from Ravenna, Ohio thought that his 2018 season was going to start a month ago in Michigan, but his engine showed signs of metal shavings in the oil pan and had to be torn down and put back together again. He made a test run at the Bunker Hill Shoot Out in Beloit, Ohio a week ago and then brought the CAT-powered Peterbilt out to Jefferson County, Pennsylvania for the second leg of the Big Rigs Pulling Series.

‘Sneeky Pete’ was up to the task on the awesome power track in Brookville as the big machine pulled the 42000 lb. sled to over 350’ on Saturday night. E:\FPP.2018\2018.PHOTOS\sneekypete18bv.jpg

The reigning champion in the Big Rigs Series, Jerry Hairhoger from New Galilee, PA was second with a great pass on the floating finish line track. His “Jerry-Atricks” Kenworth with CAT power had taken the win a Mercer Raceway Park just three weeks before.


Third went to Rusty Bagley from Salisbury, Vermont with “Twisted Kitty” another Kenworth with single charger CAT power under the hood.


An exhibition event at Little Valley, New York on the Fourth of July will precede the next Big Rigs point event at the Big Butler Fair in Prospect, Pennsylvania on Thursday, July 5th. And the big event at the Trumbull County Fair in Cortland, Ohio comes the next week on Saturday, July 14th.

The Big Rigs Pulling Series has been sponsored by Cen.Pe.Co. Lubricants of Cleveland, Ohio and Wolcott, Iowa for the past eighteen years. And MAC Trailer of Alliance, Ohio is a special sponsor for the Big Rigs in 2018.

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