Charlestown, IN (October 20th, 2020) – The mantra of most championship runs revolve around one word: “consistency.” It’s not a late-season push or high spots through a points run but consistency that time and again produces championships across many disciplines.
In the Pro Modified Four Wheel Drive Truck class Terry Hagedorn is the textbook example of getting the job done. With only three hooks and three different event winners, Hagedorn and his potent Kickin’ Up Dust Chevy from Thompson, Missouri was the common thread at the top of the class in all three instances. Hagedorn started the season with a third at the Watson Diesel Nationals in Greentown, Indiana and followed that up with a pair of second place finishes at Nashville, Illinois at the Southern Illinois Showdown and the Pro Pulling Nationals in Wheatland, Missouri.
Hagedorn finished twenty points ahead of Graham Young and the Renegade Dodge, with Jim Bosch (Midnight Raider), Gerald Ammann and Steve Bost (Southern Belle), and Steve Clem (Ratical) rounding out the top five. This is Hagedorn’s sixth Lucas Oil Pro Pulling League Pro Modified Four Wheel Drive Truck Championship, earning titles in 2008, 2011, 2013, 2014, and 2016 also.
Congratulations Terry on your championship season!