Re(9): tomah tractur pull


Sully, I will say that the food and beverages are pricey at Tomah, no argument there. Just saying people are still going to buy it. Admissions are roughly the same. Hillsboro is $20 a session, Tomah is $22 or $20 a session with an all day pass. Therefore admission isn't any cheaper. Yes pits are gravel, but have less of an area that needs gravel as they also use the high school parking lots as pits for the super farm, pro stock, and limited pro stock. I do think that Tomah should add gravel to the pits, even though it is a big area to cover, and my reason why they probably haven't done so yet. Would make it a little nicer for the yearly rain storm. I'm not quite sure on the payouts for classes and levels of competition, but if that is true it is a little sad. These guys, and gals, are traveling hundreds of miles to pull and walk away with little to gain. Also, Saturday definitely isn't the same as it used to be. Anyways, not trying to hate or anything, but it's just what I believe.

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