Saturday, July 21, 2018

Dutch Mini Mods on the top in Tomah

The succsess continues for the Boer and the Dingerink Family with their Mini Mod Tractors in the USA. After the NTPA Grand National and Shell Rotella Cup opener in Benson, North Carolina, the Pulling Teams headed to the Budweiser Dairyland Super Nationals in Tomah, Wisconsin, round 2 of the Shell Rotella Cup for the NTPA Mini Mods.
The first of two competitions of the Mini Mod class in Tomah wasn't under a good star this year. The first session on Thursday evening was cancelled due to inclement weather. So the European fans had to wait for session 5 on Saturday evening for the next big fight between the US competitors and the both Europeans. On Saturday evening Bertus Boer was the second competitor on the Tomah track with his Mini called ,,Bobcat Jr."
Bertus made the longest ride of the evening with 353.8 feet, which was not beaten anymore. His fellow compatriot Gert Dingerink with his ride called ,,Toplenzen Lambada 10´´ came with 351.9 feet exactly 1.9 feet too short on the distance of Bobcat Jr. After the win in Benson, North Carolina with  brother Wim behind the wheel, Gert finished in 2nd place in this competition and took valuable points for the Shell Rotella Cup.
The main rival Adam Bauer with his both Minis called ,,Cowboy Up´´ and ,,Iron Toy´´ couldn´t keep up the pace with Bertus and Gert and finished in 5th and 6th.
After the Tomah Pull, Toplenzen Lambada 10 currently leads the point standings with a 5 points gap over Bobcat Jr.
Next stop for the Lambada and the Screamin´ Bobcat Pulling Team is Chapel Hill, Tennesse this weekend.

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