Corona, California (March 30, 2016) - E3 Spark Plugs, designers of the E3 DiamondFire Flame and other top-of-the-line spark plugs is a great fit to be sponsoring Team Lucas events again for the 2016 season. E3 Spark Plugs was one of the first companies to support Lucas Oil's motorsports competitions and the company is again working with Team Lucas in to back more than 150 family-friendly events across the United States.
Charlestown, Indiana (March 23, 2016) - The indoor pulling season for 2015-2016 has many stops for Lucas Oil Pro Pulling League competitors and the 5th Annual Cornhusker Classic in Lincoln, Nebraska is the final stop on that trek of competition. Pulling in the fantastic Lancaster Event Center in Lincoln and featuring pullers from the PPL member-state Nebraska Bush Pullers, the three-day, four-session pull boasts competition for fans of nearly every class in the sport.
Charlestown, Indiana (March 3, 2016) - Known throughout the motorsports and automotive industry as a leader in high quality fasteners made in the USA, Automotive Racing Products (ARP) has renewed its partnership with the Lucas Oil Pro Pulling League for 2016.
Charlestown, Indiana (February 29, 2016) - While absent from the ranks of the National Farm Machinery Show roster of the Modified class at the Championship Tractor Pull, the Boyd family’s potent Lucas Oil Green Streak Modifieds were aboard a container ship bound for Europe for a unique competition opportunity.
Charlestown, Indiana (February 4, 2016) - While the various pulling series of the Lucas Oil Pro Pulling League are on hiatus for wintertime, many pullers continue their competitive season with a visit to the National Farm Machinery Show in Louisville, Kentucky during the week of February 10th-13th, 2016.
Charlestown, Indiana (January 25, 2016) - The offseason of pulling often brings many changes to the sport and the winter of 2015-2016 has been no different. With an outcry for change in the 2.6 Diesel class, 2.6 Diesel Trucks taking part in the Ag Protect 1 Mid West Region of the Lucas Oil Pro Pulling League have been replaced by a 3.0 Diesel Truck class.