The two time defending Lucas Oil Pro Pulling League Champion in the Optima Batteries Super Modified Two Wheel Drive class, Jared Nelson is set to compete at the National Farm Machinery Show in Louisville, Kentucky, with the Boyd and Sons Machinery Midnight Revenger scheduled to compete on Thursday evening February 15th.
With the off season now behind the Midnight Motorsports Team, Jared and his teammates are excited to unveil a new look to the Chevy Silverado that has come to be a favorite of fans across the country.
The off season was a busy one for the team as Jared’s truck went to Sidney, Illinois, where Brother Jeremy Nelson and his staff at NCP put their magic touch on the paint scheme. Fueled by a desire to make the truck have a different look, Jeremy and Jared settled on a combination of black, silver, and red. While the new look features colors that have not been emblazoned on Midnight Motorsports trucks in the past, the same eye capturing detail exists when looking at the truck.
“I love the new look. I had full trust in Jeremy, and let his guys work their magic on the truck. It was time for us to make a change and I am so glad we did”, added Nelson.
For the finishing touches, the truck had one more stop. After it left NCP, it made its way to Decatur, Illinois, where Dynagraphix finished the truck off with the vinyl accents and logos for both Midnight Motorsports and Boyd and Sons Machinery.
Jared will be unloading the Chevy and parking it in its location in Broadbent Arena in Louisville, as final preparations get underway for Thursday. Anxious to kick off 2018 with his Full Pull Motorsports Chassis, Nelson hopes to punch his ticket to the finals on Saturday Night and improve upon last years Second place finish on Saturday Night.
Fans who are attending the 50th Anniversary of the Championship Tractor Pull and are interested in an autographed hero card of the new design can make their way to the autograph session tomorrow February 14th, at 1:00, as Jared will be signing at the Syngenta Table.