Make your way riverside and check out the the strongest, fastest, noisiest, and most captivating tractor sport.

The boy-racers of the farming world go head to head in this hotly contested competition, a firm favourite with Fieldays folk of all ages. Take a seat in the grandstand for prime viewing of the action. Heats are held Wednesday through to Friday, followed by the fiercely fought finals on Saturday. The final will be held on Saturday afternoon and presentation of the coveted prizes will be at the Tractor Pull Area.

The Competition

Contestants will battle it out in three different classes, with the final held on Saturday. Check out the weight transfer class for a battle of grunt, while speed fanatics can get their fix watching the weight adjusted class. The modified tractors are a must see for all visitors as the showmen of Tractor Pull take to the track.

Enter Tractor Pull

By entering the Fieldays® Tractor Pull competition, you are automatically registering for both the Weight Adjusted and Weight Transfer competitions. If you do not have a standard tractor but a pre–85 or modified, you will need to enter the Modified Tractors Competition.

The competition heats will be held at Fieldays 13 – 16 June with the finals taking place on Saturday 16 June 2018.

Competition prize pool:

  • Fieldays Weight Adjusted Competition – proudly sponsored by Corson
  • Fieldays Weight Transfer Competition

Weight adjusted and weight transfer classes

Weight Adjusted Competition 
Tractors are weighted with sledges according to horsepower. It’s then a race to the finish line with the first to make it 100m winning.

Weight Transfer Competition 
Competitors must transfer the weight from the wheels to the sledges, increasing drag and making it harder to pull.  The competitors work their tractors to keep pulling as long as they can until it will go no further. The winner of his class is the one who can pull the sledge the greatest distance.

Modified Tractors – the showmen

The modified tractors will keep you entertained with their huge horsepower.

These ‘bad boys’ have up to 800 horsepower and are the farming equivalent of boy racers. The modified tractors provide all the noise making, smoke generating action.

Schools Tractor Pull

The Fieldays Schools Tractor Pull encourages students to support each other to achieve something spectacular – how cool is it for the kids to be able to say they could pull a full-size tractor!

Teams of 20 students pull the full-size Giltrap AgriZone tractor 40 metres down the length of a field in a race against the clock as they compete against other local schools for a spot in the final.