Truck and Tractor Pulling Weekends - 2016


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Quiz Poster


The STTPA would like to say a huge thank you to everyone for coming to our quiz night and supporting us at Turriff Football Club, and also for the donations and raffles. Thanks goes to all the helpers bar staff, and especially Edna for being our quiz master. We are really pleased to let you know we raised £624.00. Thank you everyone.



STTPA & SWTPA Membership application forms available here (click links below)

New Rules for Sportfarm Class - if the puller is revving over 3000rpm then the tractor will require a shatter blanket for the 2016 season.

Please note that the Garden Puller drivers will require a firesuit, face mask and gloves for the 2016 season.

All competing drivers (including 2nd drivers where a tractor is shared) must complete the IOPD and Tractor and Driver Registration forms below and send them to Lesley Christie at the address shown on the form. You also need to complete the appropriate section of the form for each tractor or truck competing in the 2016 season. All mechanics, helpers and officials must complete a Non Competing Membership if they are not already registered as a driver. Garden Pullers will need tractor registration, STTPA Membership and IOPD registration. Everyone is welcome to join the STTPA and the SWTPA - just complete and return the forms. To ease paperwork for both clubs all SWTPA and IOPD forms should be returned to the treasurer of the STTPA (along with a cheque for the appropriate fees) to the address shown on the forms.

STTPA Membership

SWTPA Non-Competing Membership (to be uploaded as soon as available)

SWTPA Tractor & Driver Registration forms (to be uploaded as soon as available)

IOPD Registration (to be uploaded as soon as available)

Garden Puller Registration


The final STTPA event for 2015 was held at Househill Farm, Nairn on Sat 5th & Sun 6th September.

The STTPA would like to thank Gordon and Margaret Nicolson for the use of their field, John Deere tractor and JCB 3CX, and for all the help given at our final event in 2015. Gordon and Margaret normally run a Beef and Arable farm, with their farm shop selling meat from their own Simmental cattle, along with other local produce. Check out their facebook page at Househill-Farm-Shop.

Farm Class Winners

Hosting a truck and tractor pulling event was a new experience for them, but as you can see from the photo, Gordon really enjoyed competing in the standard farm class, even if he was pipped at the post by local girl Donna Munro driving the Fordson Major called "Wild One"


The STTPA would also like to thank Alistair Young Engineering for the use of the Valtra tractor over the weekend, as well as GF Job Ltd for the use of their excavator and John Hamish Mackintosh for his Valtra towback tractor


Thanks also to all the other helpers, too many to list individually, who contributed to the successful finale to the 2015 season.








Keep checking this website for more updates to be made soon on all the tractors, trucks and garden pullers who have been competing in 2015.

Some of the pullers in action at New Deer on Sat 29th & Sun 30th August 2015. Great weekend of pulling, lots of power, noise, action and fun!

Bad to the Bone

Bluebird Express


Case 230



European Express


Garden Puller

Garden Puller 2

Heilan Maid Night Pull

Heilan Maid Full Pull


Lady In Red


Major Madness

Silver Dollar

Smiddy Maid

Standard Major

Steiger Cougar

Take It To The Limit

The Gambler

The White

Trojan Horse



Silver Dollar

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The aim of this site is to keep people up to date with the STTPA - Scottish Truck and Tractor Pullers Association formed in 2011. We are a truck and tractor puling association based in Scotland, affiliated to the SWTPA (South West Tractor Pulling Association) part of the NTPR (National Tractor Pullers Register) and the IOPD (International Association of Professional Drivers). Please browse the pages to see which events we have planned and what the tractors look like, how they have been built, and what successes they have had.

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