Columbus, Ohio---The Enderle is trending upward yet again.
Eight years after expanding to a full card of 12 Grand National and 12 Regional National divisions, the Enderle Pull-Off Presented by Cow Tales, NTPA's annual all-star invitational, is fielding its largest and most diverse collection of competitors to date. The result will be a concourse and infield of the Champaign County Fairgrounds stuffed full of more horsepower than ever before on Saturday, September 16.
All 13 premier-level divisions---Light Super Stock, Super Stock Diesel, Super Stock Open, Super Farm, and Pro Stock Tractors; Two-Wheel-Drive, Four-Wheel-Drive, Super Stock Diesel 4x4, and Super Semi Trucks; and Mini, Light, Multi-Engine, and Unlimited Modifieds---will advance five qualifiers to the night session apiece based on championship points.
Meanwhile, 12 classes in the afternoon session will be stocked with champions and top point-earners from the Association's Regional circuits. The RN divisions with participants include Light Limited Super Stock, Classic Super Stock, Super Farm, Light Pro Stock, 4.1 Limited Pro Stock, and Hot Farm Tractors; Two-Wheel-Drive, Four-Wheel-Drive, Super Stock Four-Wheel-Drive, and Stainless Diesel Pro Stock Diesel 4x4 3.0 Trucks; and Mini and Multi-Engine Modifieds. 2023 will mark the first-ever appearance for the Classic Supers and Super Stock Four Wheel Drives.
Qualifying for several of the above slots began late in 2022 after the berths in the 35th Enderle were settled. Last year's results from Allegan and Hillsdale, Michigan; Dover and West Salem, Ohio; and Raleigh, North Carolina will figure into the tallies toward this year's berths. Similarly, late-2023 events Allegan, Centreville, and Hillsdale, Michigan; Medina, Ohio; and Raleigh will count toward this year's titles but next year's Enderle.