Welcome to the official site of the National Garden Tractor Pulling Series!

Congratulations to our 2022-2023 NGTPS Points Champions!

Super Stock: Clyde Mishler – Pocket Rocket

Stock Altered: Mark Peters – American Ride

Pro V-Twin: Nick Mishler – Agent X

Pro Stock: Lamar Hager – Hoss

Super Stock Carb – Drew Burton – Just Plain Nuts

30 Cube: Brian McSwain – JD 3010

Changes for 2023-2024

Full copy of rules can be found >>>Here<<<.

Operations (Clairification)

  • Two attempts will be allowed to start sled qualifying and in the finals. The only time it’s not is during a pull-off. One attempt only in a pull-off.  (This was re-worded to clarify and include two attempts in the finals. No actual operational change made as this is how it’s always been intended.)

Pro V-Twin (Clarification)

  • Engines: Must be a commercially available lawn and/or garden tractor factory air-cooled engine. Only configuration accepted is V-twin type. No re-production blocks, must be OEM

Stock Altered

  • The front of the engine block cannot exceed 52 inches from center of the rear axle. Front pulley and crank are allowed. (Hinkle Rule)
  • REMOVED: Frames should maintain factory length, but not mandatory.

Changes made in 2022-2023 Season

Notable Rule changes for 2022-2023 Season

30 Cubic: 1000 lbs max weight.

Pro V-Twin: Pro head engines will be allowed 1050# – Hitch height will remain the same for pro head head engines at 12.25″ (This is subject to change to promote fairness)

New Class – Pro V-Twin (Heads-Up): Same rules as Pro V-Twin but all tractors will run 1050# weight and 13′ hitch height. (This is subject to change to promote fairness)

Note: Both the Pro V-Twin and Pro V-Twin Heads up will be scored as one class in the points series.

Track Operations / Safety: If the driver leaves when the red flag is still displayed, it will be cause for immediate disqualification for that class even if it’s before the 75’ mark as it’s a safety issue.