SALINE CITY -- The Indiana National Truck Pull will take place at the Saline City Festival Saturday.
Pulling begins at 5:30 p.m., with weigh-ins to take place between 2-5.
The event will feature precision pulling AgriGold pulling Sled, operated by Jeff Hyatt.
Cost to enter the event is $20 per truck or hook. There is an 80 percent payback for the top three places.
Admission for those planning to attend is $6. Children 10-under will be admitted free.
There are limited bleachers so those attending are encouraged to bring lawn chairs.
Classes in the Truck Pull include Stock 4-Wheel Drive, 6,500-pound class and O.E.M. Fuel Injected Stock 6,800-pound class; Altered 4-Wheel Drive 6,500-pound class; Street Diesel Truck 8,000-pound class; Open Diesel Truck 8,000-pound class; Open Diesel Truck 8,000-pound class; and Semi-Truck 20,000-pound class.
Truck pull sponsors include VP Racing Fuels; Souder Power Washing, Inc.; Bane Equipment; Howesville Farm Services; J&N Metal Products, LLC; R. Booe and Sons; MacAllister Machinery; Poor Boys Towing; and Double R Dump Trucks.
In addition, The Redneck Demolition Lawnmower Derby will take place at noon, Sunday, Sept. 4. Admission is free. For more information, call 812-239-7144.
A tractor pull is also scheduled for Sunday, Sept. 4, beginning at 5:30 p.m.
Weigh-ins will take place between 2-5:30 p.m.
Cost to enter is $20 per tractor and hook. There will be an 80 percent payback for the top three places.
For further information, call Greg Nicoson at 812-249-5903.
All vehicles will be inspected in all classes. Tech men and track judges will enforce changes and settle disputes. Anyone operating in an unsafe or unsportsmanlike manner will be disqualified.