Oil Truck-A-Rama returns to Bristol Dragway, Bristol, TN, Oct.
4-5 with a new format and more entertainment not only for truckers,
but for their families.
the Lucas Oil Big Rigs Nationals were held over a three-day period.
This year, the nationals will be a two-day event with the main
event on Saturday, Oct. 5. There will be special drag classes
for big rigs with cash awards plus a show and shine area.
night, Truck-A-Rama will host the Tennessee Monster Truck Nationals
featuring Bigfoot and seven other monster trucks in a freestyle
competition. Later that evening, Bob Motz's jet-powered Kenworth
will blast down the quarter mile followed by a fireworks display.
classes include Big Rigs (all bobtail tractors), Heavy Haulers
(all dump trucks, tandem and larger), Super Duty (all other one
ton and larger trucks), and Tuff Trucks (mini, full-size, dually
pickups, vans and SUVs). In each class, the winner will pocket
$500, runners-up will take home $200, semifinalists will win $100
and quarterfinalists will get $50.
will be a $500 run-off between the Big Rigs and Heavy Haulers
and the Super Duty and Tuff Truck winners. Those two winners will
have a run-off for a $1,000 bonus.
include Conventional and Cab-Over Sleepers, Conventional and Cabover
Daycab, Dump trucks (single and dual axle), Dump trucks (triple
axle and up), mini pickups, full-size pickups and dually pickups.
Winners will receive plaques and the best in show will win $500.
Special awards also will be given for Best Paint, Best Graphics,
Best Chrome, Best Interior and Best Sleeper.
is $15 for adults. Tickets for children 6-11 are $5, children
5 and under will be admitted free. The Friday Test & Tune
admission is $10.
& Tune will take place Friday, Oct. 4 from 6 p.m. until 9
p.m. Gates will open Saturday, Oct. 5 at 9 a.m. with time runs
at 10 a.m. and eliminations at 3 p.m.
Truck Pit Party is at 6 p.m. and the Tennessee Monster Truck Nationals
start at 7:30 p.m. For more information, call (423) 764-3534.