Dodge Cummins Scheid Diesel Super Stock Truck
Dodge Cummins Scheid Diesel Super Stock Truck

Brady Ingram Puts Scheid In The Winner’s Circle At NFMS

In the world of diesel truck pulling, the stage doesn’t get any bigger than hooking to the sled at the National Farm Machinery Show. For Saturday’s matinee running of the Championship Tractor Pull, nine Super Stock trucks took to the clay track and up-and-coming driver Brady Ingram (son of Brad and Susie Ingram) got the win. With a 235.89-foot effort, Brady put the Scheid Diesel second-gen Dodge out front by more than three feet—an impressive display on the short, hard-biting track in Freedom Hall. With Van Haisley, Kent Crowder, Jeremy Yeager, Shawn Hodges, Keith Witt, Aiden Hodges, Chase Elller, and Stoney Hargett also on hand, you could say Brady definitely had his work cut out for him in earning the win.

You May Also Like

Fleece Performance’s Diesel Showdown Gets Loud

One of the most coveted titles among racers is the Indy Champion because—if it has wheels—it’s likely that a prestigious race for it is held in Indianapolis. With more than a century of racing…

The Minus Max: Smart-Built 600-HP 2500HD

When it comes to building a diesel truck, most enthusiasts follow the “more is more” approach, with huge turbos and injectors, multiple pumps, and usually a lot of heat and smoke. In…

Everyday Show Truck

A SEMA truck that actually performs the way it should? Say it ain’t so! Yes, fortunately not all vehicle builds you see at the iconic Las Vegas automotive trade show are strictly built for…