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Derby Car Pictures / Re: GHR Photo request
« Last post by Thunderbyrd316 on February 02, 2018, 07:20:52 PM »
There are a SMALL number of photos from Elma during that period on the Washington Derby Cars Facebook Page. Link: https://www.facebook.com/WashingtonDerbyCars/
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General Discussion / 2018 Pacific Northwest Demolition Derby Schedule
« Last post by Thunderbyrd316 on February 02, 2018, 07:18:09 PM »
The 2018 Schedule may be viewed here: https://www.facebook.com/notes/richard-jones/2018-pacific-northwest-demolition-derby-schedule-subject-to-revision/1715713975141888/

This schedule is NOT complete at this time and will be updated throughout the season. If your CONFIRMED event is NOT posted, please let me know. Thank you.
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Pictures: The Scores / Re: Free New Yorker
« Last post by Wiwipaporn on January 31, 2018, 01:57:28 AM »
I have read the content on this site. It's a very good knowledge.
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Model Derby Car Pics / Re: more models
« Last post by Wiwipaporn on January 31, 2018, 01:57:16 AM »
Read this. It made me learn a lot of useful things.
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General Discussion / Re: BLIZZARD BASH 2016
« Last post by Ferisoda on January 30, 2018, 12:12:22 AM »
Can this knowledge be learned on their own?
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Pictures: The Scores / Re: Next years ride
« Last post by ModestoWi on November 19, 2017, 02:14:31 AM »
I'd love to see this thing once you're done with modding it. Should be awesome.
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Washington / CrashMania 2018! - July 14, 2018 - Walla Walla,WA
« Last post by jb_19 on October 09, 2017, 07:28:11 PM »
See www.CrashManiaDerby.com for full rules and info and to pre-enter

Full Size Cars:
$5,000 to win
$10,000 purse
4 qualifying heats
2 Grudge Match Consolation Heats
1 Final Survivor Main Event

Full Size Trucks:
One Final Survivor heat before the Main Event for full size cars.
$1500 to win

Pre-Enter before Jan 1, 2018 for $100
Entry fee after Jan 1, 2018 is $150

You will receive $100 back for passing tech in either class. Pre-Enter and its basically free plus you get entered to win a Crashmania Fuel Cell!

Please join us in building something special for derby drivers in our part of the country and hopefully we can make this a yearly event! 
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Washington / Yakima 2017 V-8 Stock Truck Eyewitness Report (10.01.2017)
« Last post by Thunderbyrd316 on October 01, 2017, 06:40:20 PM »
   The 2017 Pacific Northwest Demolition Derby season wrapped up with one last run for the Full Size Stock Pickups and one final go round with the Compact Hornet cars at State Fair Raceway.Park at the State Fairgrounds in Yakima.

   7 Hornet cars survived the previous evening and all made it into Hornet Heat 1. Michael Keenan jumped out to a big lead right away in his super quick gold #69 Escort but later got caught behind the #41 Chevrolet Celebrity of Emmit Hottendorf who had fallen a lap down. This allowed the red #99 toyota Camry of Kyle Sisk to close on Keenan. Sisk was then able to get Keenan crossed up and took the lead. Then both cars left the track as Keenan was attempting to retake the lead on the back straight on the last lap. Keenan managed to get back on the track but Sisk was not as fortunate which allowed Keenan to claim yet another win for Ford. 

   6 Hornet cars were able to return for Hornet Heat 2, this time run in the clockwise direction. Once again Keenan jumped out front but this time was overtaken on the first lap by Quinton Douglas' #5-0 Nissan. Both cars quickly caught Robert Patton's battered #64 red, white and blue Escort due to Patton sitting at the start line for an extended period. Douglas and Keenan battled ferociously for the lead which Douglas briefly took before both crashed on the back straight. Keenan was able to regain the lead and the victory making 2 big wins for Ford today.

   After the second Hornet Heat the Best Appearing Contest was held for the V-8 Stock Trucks. Local driver Brian Mosier was a crowd favorite with his shiny black #61 Chevrolet Suburban but Josh Levine's black and red brick #88 Chevrolet was certainly worthy of an honorable mention. In the end Mosier was awarded the trophy.

   All 7 cars managed to make it back for the start of the Hornet Feature but most, sadly, did not last very long after a grueling weekend of beating and banging. Once again Keenan jumped out to an early lead but then lost it again to Douglas. Then Keenan popped his right front tire making cornering to the left pretty much impossible. Keenan quickly exited the track when he saw continuing was pointless. Then Douglas had a tire go down and lost the lead to Patton's #64 Escort, (the same car which Blair Shoemaker so violently ran over with his Datsun B-210 last year), which at that point was one of only 3 cars still running. Patton went on to take the victory and claim yet another win for Ford on this day.

   Now the time had come for the very last Destruction Derby Finale of the 2017 Pacific Northwest Derby season before the long, cold, dark Winter sets in.

   9 Full Size Stock Pickups made their way to the arena floor. The countdown commenced. When the green flag waved the 9 fearless drivers attacked each other with reckless abandon. Each collision seemingly more brutal than the last. Trucks buckled and twisted and contorted under the strain of the repeated blows.

   Blair Shoemaker made an attempt at the Volkswagen "Football" and almost backed over the top of it as he flipped it nearly on it's side. Shoemaker pulled forward and returned to solid ground. Later, after a couple more attempts, Shoemaker was able to score a "Touchdown' and claim the $200 cash bonus.

   Then Cody Brandner did a most impressive job of getting his #75 Chevrolet unstuck after getting pinned near the Front stretch wall.

   At the end it came down to Josh Levine's #88 Chevrolet and Brian Mosier's #61 Suburban. Levine blasted Mosier and nearly flipped him but Mosier escaped. Then a short time later Levine managed to almost flip him again, this time spinning Mosier nearly around in a circle before finally flipping Mosier all the way onto his side to the roar of applause from the crowd. Not only did Levine take the win but also was awarded the "Mad Dog" Most Aggressive Driver Award.

Event Statistics (Events presented in order run.) 
Track Conditions: Dry, hard packed, moderately dusty
Weather: Sun and cloud mix,,breezy, temperature in '60's

Hornet Heat 1: Michael Keenan, #69, '90's "Bubble" Ford Escort 4 door sedan

Hornet Heat 2: Michael Keenan, #69, '90's "Bubble" Ford Escort 4 door sedan

Best Appearing Truck: Brian Mosier, #61, '70's - '80's Chevrolet Suburban

Hornet Main: Robert Patton, #64, '80's Ford Escort 2 door hatchback

Stock V-8 Pickup Truck Destruction Derby Finale:
1st #88, Josh Levine, '70's - '80's Chevrolet
2nd #61 Brian Mosier, '70's - '80's Chevrolet Suburban
3rd #75 Cody Brandner, '70's - '80's Chevrolet

"Mad Dog" Most Aggressive;
#88, Josh Levine, '70's - '80's Chevrolet

Did Not Place (In Numerical Order)
#4 Graham Barker, later '60's Ford
#8 Blair Shoemaker, '70's - '80's Chevrolet
#47 Jeremy Gruenburg, '70's - '80's Chevrolet
#59 Colton Redburn, '70's - '80's Chevrolet Suburban
#96 Jordan Chapman, '70's - '80's Chevrolet
#615 Darrell O'Toole (?), '70's - '80's Chevrolet 

(While I did my best to present accurate information herein, it is quite possible that there may be errors or omissions contained in this report. Please feel free to correct any erroneous or inaccurate information. I am solely responsible for any errors or omissions contained herein.)
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Washington / Re: Yakima 2017 V-8 Season Finale Eyewitness Report (09.30.2017)
« Last post by Thunderbyrd316 on October 01, 2017, 11:08:39 AM »
   I was certainly hoping to see a couple of pink cars there. Perhaps next year?
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Washington / Re: Yakima 2017 V-8 Season Finale Eyewitness Report (09.30.2017)
« Last post by DEAFBOB on October 01, 2017, 09:46:35 AM »
Thanks for the report...
Sure wish we were there. Even if just to watch..
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