WTPA is saddened to learn of the passing of Dale Stampfli on April 16, 2020. Dale was an exceptional two-wheel-drive truck competitor and won many championships throughout his years of pulling. We will post funeral/memorial details as they are determined. We offer our sincere condolences to the entire Stampfli family.
WTPA is looking forward to the 2020 season! Here is a story about the WTPA 2019 Region III Pull of the Year, Colby Pullers Club Pulling for Youth Hunger and Health NTPA.
This story was featured in the March/April 2020 issue of The Puller, the official publication of the NTPA. Those interested in subscribing to this publication
The WTPA family is saddened to report the passing on Thursday, March 12 of Dale Seehaver of Princeton, WI. Dale was the father of former Light Super Stock competitor, Doug Seehaver. They use to campaign the Minneapolis-Moline G1000 they called “Mo Power” in the early 2000’s until they decided to hang it up after the 2008 season. Dale made a name for himself by repairing, restoring, and reselling farm tractors. He was known “That Minnie Guy” and he even pulled his prized 5 Star Minnie. Our deepest sympathies are with the Seehaver family and friends as they grieve their loss of Dale.
His obituary may be found here: https://www.wachholzandsons.com/obituary/Dale-Seehaver
We would like to congratulate one of our Light Limited Super Stock competitors, Brian Miller and his tractor “Case of Alcoholism”, on winning the Cowtown Showdown in Kansas City, MO against 15 other tough competitors! Brian is a former class champion with the WTPA when he was able to secure the points championship in 2018. He was a strong contender in 2019, but rear end issues prevented him from getting down the track a couple times early in the season. Unfortunately, there wasn’t much of a crowd on hand to see him win due to the coronavirus (COVID-19), but he was able to show how tough the Wisconsin pullers truly are! If you would like to be able to watch the pull you can head on over to fullpull.tv and purchase session 5 to catch the action, as well as any other of the 6 sessions from this past weekend. You are able to find the results at xfuellive.com. We look forward to seeing Brian back out on the track with us in 2020!
The 2020 tentative schedule has been posted. Events, classes, and times are subject to change. An official 2020 season schedule will be posted on April 1st, 2020.