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Pictures: The Scores / Re: Mini Masher
« Last post by Ebusikan on September 11, 2018, 05:05:51 AM »
I've been searching for this for a long time and want to have more.
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Videos / Re: youtube Video Evergreen Speedway Monroe Wa. July 4th 1993
« Last post by Ebusikan on September 11, 2018, 05:05:29 AM »
Yes, I want to have it anyway.
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Videos / New Youtube Channel
« Last post by RebelRacing on September 01, 2018, 01:40:24 AM »
Yo dudes, getting some footage again. Started a new channel. So far Sandpoint Id and North Idaho State fair have been uploaded from 2018. I will be posting classic footage as I get time.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrkDjYTHNV69cRYnhdr8-fw
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Washington / Kitsap 2018 Race #5 Kitsap Fair Eyewitness Report (08.26.2018)
« Last post by Thunderbyrd316 on August 27, 2018, 05:12:08 PM »
   A near capacity crowd packed Thunderbird Stadium yesterday afternoon under unusually cold and dreary skies for the annual Kitsap County Fair KDDA race and the action was hot enough to keep the shivering crowd warmed up.

   In qualifying Dale Dickinson was one of only three drivers to break beneath the fifteen second barrier with a time of 14.65 in his black and red #51 Hyundai Tiburon which was more than good enough to claim fast time for the Compact class. Dan Pieze was the second fastest of the three with a very impressive time of 14.70 setting the fast time for the V-8 class in his blazingly fast black and blue #15 Cadillac.

   The first race of the day seemed a bit different than usual. My assumption was that it was the V-8 "B" Dash, which they have not been doing this year and which was usually after the "A" Dash in past years. (Also, they have had more than enough cars at every race this year to justify running it.) The racing was very clean and fast paced and Terry Jull worked his way to the front from his second row starting spot within the first lap in his bright blue and red #42 "fuselage" bodied Imperial hardtop. Then the pack seemed to stretch out as is typical at some NASCAR races. However, when Jull came into Victory Lane to collect his trophy, it turned out he had a little surprise for the young lady that was his passenger in that race. Taking to one knee, he produced a ring and proposed to the young lady right there in front of thousands of race fans to be joined in Holy matrimony. The young lady named Kaylee Meyer said "yes".

   A big shout out should also go out to Amber Aubele, Frank Morton, Logan Reil, Dustin Sylva and Dan "The Regulator" Garrison for volunteering their cars for this "staged" race.

   The V-8 "A" Dash kicked off the "real' racing program and it was a good one. Pieze quickly worked his way to the front from his back row starting spot but then his right rear tire went down and Silva, driving his orange and white #44 Chrysler, managed to spin Pieze off of Turn 2, allowing Jarred Greggerson to take the win in his gray #229 International Tavelall.

   The Compact "A" Dash was a very fast paced and aggressive race with lots of very aggressive pushing and shoving. Jeff Higham fought his black and silver #71 "Wyrdoz Racing" Oldsmobile into Victory Lane in that race.

   Then they really did have a V-8 "B" Dash for the first time this year and it was a good one. Logan Reil took home the hardware in his bright yellow #12 "fuselage" Imperial hardtop.

   There was a huge pile-up coming off of Turn 2 on the first lap of V-8 Oval Heat 1 which left Tyler Robrahn's blue and black #22 Harris Racing Continental Mark V with a somewhat crumpled and bent front end. Later in that race, Bria Bennet-DuMont's black #77 "Box Car" Imperial had the entire rear end assembly partially ripped out from under it, taking her out for the entire rest of the day's action. Dave "The Hook" Heroux won that race in his aqua and purple #113 Chevrolet Suburban.

   V-8 Figure 8 Heat 1 was a very action packed race. Rochelle Ensor in her colorful #047 Imperial caught both Terry Jull's Imp and Straight's Travelall in the "X" and between those two incidents, Pieze also took a chunk out of Greggerson's Travelall at the crossroads. Silva managed to end up in Victory Lane at the conclusion of that particular affair.

   In Compact Figure 8 Heat 1 Dale Dickinson did a very impressive "threading of the needle" between Higham and Matt Gilbert's green #127 Accord who were battling aggressively with each other for position as they came through the intersection in the opposite direction of Dickinson who was leading them by half a lap at that point. Dickinson's Hyundai survived to take the win in that race.

   The V-8 Flagpole Race was action packed and chaotic. Greggerson won that event.

   V-8 Figure 8 Heat 2 was another eventful race. First Pieze caught Thomas Hedrick's white #43 '67 Dodge 4 door hardtop in the "X". Then Hedrick caught Straight's Travelall. Then a caution had to be thrown when Hedrick shed one of his rear wheels. Pieze added his victory in this race to impressive and still growing list of accomplishments.

   Compact Oval Heat 3 was another very fast and aggressive race with lots of pushing and shoving among the 8 cars that started that race. Dickinson again found himself in Victory Lane at the conclusion of that event.

   The Grand Finale event at this year's Fair race was a Compact Pickup Destruction Derby Finale. Eight Compact pickups made up the field and several impressive hits were laid down. Also, this event lasted a good deal longer than the last Compact Pickup Finale back on June 2nd at 2018 KDDA Race #2 which featured seven trucks. Of the last 4 "placing" trucks, Mikey Stevenson's blue, green and white Seahawks themed #190 was the first out. Greggerson's slick looking blue #229 Toyota was 3rd. Tony "The Tiger" Timlick, who had laid some pretty big hits but had serious issues with his right front wheel, took 2nd while Pieze, in a Chevrolet S-10, took the victory. Pieze also laid some impressive hits, including a the final one which completely ripped the right front wheel from Timlick's #59.

   The next race at Thunderbird Stadium will be the Championship / Season Finale / Playday race on Saturday, September, 15, 2018.

   Find more Destruction Derby and Demolition Stock Car Racing news, information and discussion at nwdemoderby.com and don't forget, Western Oregon's BIGGEST Destruction Derby in 2018, The Oregon State Championship Destruction Derby at the Oregon State Fair will be Sunday, September 2, 2018 in Salem, Oregon! $5,000 to Win! Plus there is a $1,000 Under Dog Award that will go to the highest placing under built car to encourage participation by those who don't have all the fancy cradles and protectors and so forth. This event also includes a $1,000 to win Outlaw Compact Full Contact Figure 8 class! THIS EPIC EVENT IS JUST SIX DAYS FROM TODAY!!! DON'T MISS OUT!!!

Event Statistics (Events presented in order run.)
Track Conditions: Initially hard packed but becoming rougher and looser as events wore on.
Weather: Cloudy, dreary and drizzle. Temperature in upper 60's

Fast Time Compact: Dale Dickinson, #51, Hyundai Tiburon Coupe, 14:65 (10 Cars Timed)
Fast Time V-8: Dan Pieze, #15, early '70's Cadillac Fleetwood 2 door hardtop, 14.70 (24 Cars Timed)
V-8 "A" Dash: Jarred Greggerson, #229, International Travelall
Compact "A" Dash: Jeff Higham, #71, Oldsmobile Alero Coupe
V-8 "B" Dash: Logan Reil, #12, "Fuselage" Bodied Imperial 4 door hardtop
V-8 Heat 1: Dave "The Hook" Heroux, #113, Chevrolet Suburban
Compact Heat 1: Zach Mobley, #100, Honda Accord Coupe
V-8 Figure 8 Heat 1: Dustin Silva, #44, "Fuselage" bodied Chrysler 4 door hardtop
Compact Figure 8 Heat 1: Dale Dickinson, #51, Hyundai Tiburon Coupe
V-8 Flagpole Race: Jarred Greggerson, #229, International Travelall
V-8 Heat 2: Logan Reil, #12, "Fuselage" Bodied Imperial 4 door hardtop
Compact Heat 2: Tony "The Tiger" Timlick, #59, Mazda 4 door sedan
V-8 Figure 8 Heat 2: Dan Pieze, #15, early '70's Cadillac Fleetwood 2 door hardtop
Compact Figure 8 Heat 2: Jeff Higham, #71, Oldsmobile Alero Coupe
V-8 Heat 3: Frank Morton, #11, mid '60's "Box Car" Imperial 4 door hardtop
Compact Heat 3: Dale Dickinson, #51, Hyundai Tiburon Coupe
V-8 Figure 8 Heat 3: Rochelle Ensor, #047, "Fuselage" bodied Imperial 4 door hardtop
Compact Heat 4: Jeff Higham, #71, Oldsmobile Alero Coupe

Compact Pickup Destruction Derby Finale:
1st #15 Dan Pieze, Chevrolet S-10
2nd #59 Tony "The Tiger" Timlick, Mazda Extended Cab
3rd #229 Jarred Greggerson, Toyota
4th #190 Mikey Stevenson, Nissan Extended Cab
Did Not Place (In Numerical Order)
#5 Amber Aubele, Toyota
#22 Tyler Robrahn, Mazda Extended Cab
#71 Jeff Higham, Ford Ranger Extended Cab
#313 Alex Leslie, Toyota

(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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Derby Car Pictures / Re: Images from Port Angeles Demo on 8-21-16
« Last post by Nufonpranee on August 22, 2018, 04:05:06 AM »
It is a story that I read many questions. I have to admit that the content has been read it is very useful.
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Pictures: The Scores / Re: Craigslist score!
« Last post by Nufonpranee on August 22, 2018, 04:04:49 AM »
After I tried to read the story. It made me understand many things that can be implemented.
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Oregon / 2018 Tillamook Eyewitness Report (08.11.2018)
« Last post by Thunderbyrd316 on August 12, 2018, 12:09:32 PM »
   This was my first visit to the Tillamook County Fair Demo Derby, despite the fact that this event is only a short 90 minutes away from where I live, but I will definitely be coming back next year.

   Before the Derby cars got there turn in front of the packed stands though, the world famous World Championship Pig-N-Ford races took their turn on the extremely sloppy full size horse track. (Because it had rained yesterday morning, horse racing scheduled earlier in the day had been cancelled.) If you have no idea what Pig-N-Ford races are, let's just say that the small town announcer described them as "The most red neck thing you will ever see!".

   Held since 1925, the races involve driving a stripped down, high performance Model T Ford racing car with one hand while holding a squealing little pig under your other arm. After each lap the driver has to stop and the pig must be exchanged with another and cars have to be re-crank started with their free arm while holding the new pig. The sloppy track conditions only added to the excitement as these sleek but ancient racing machines sloshed and slid around the mucky track. Speeds were held back somewhat by the deep mud but were still surprisingly fast for the conditions.

   After an intermission, the Demo Derby kicked off with the Best Appearing Car presentation. The award went to Lisa Peak's shiny blue #17 "Metric" Ford LTD Crown Victoria but there were several other cars worthy of honorable mention including Scott Delo's beautiful diesel powered shiny black and green #24-7 '67 Oldsmobile Delmont 88 2 door hardtop, Duane (last name not recorded)'s deep glossy "Stars and Stripes" "Metric" '80's Chevrolet 4 door sedan and Ray Hogan's deep blue #68 "Metric" 'early '80's Oldsmobile Toronado.

   Four Trophy Dash races were then held but the sloppy track conditions (not helped by a liberal application of water by the water truck to the already soggy surface) kept speeds and action to a minimum. Though there was a pretty good battle in the fourth Dash between Ethan Martin's awesomely cool black #007 '69 Continental Mark III and Hogan's Toronado. Martin claimed the victory in that race.

   The next events were 'Finale style" Derby Heats. Rather than running to the last car running or running for transfer spots though, these were "free for alls" with the winner based on who put on the best show. 9 cars started the first Heat. Despite the sloppy conditions the action was fairly fast paced and aggressive. Several cars were satisfyingly deformed. Although several cars were still running when time ran out Bill Hampton's mustard yellow #88 '69 Chrysler Town and Country station wagon took the victory.

   Only 5 cars made it to the track for Heat 2 as both Duane (last name not recorded)'s #60 Chevrolet and Brandon Hesse's #97 "Metric" '80's Chevrolet wagon were experiencing mechanical issues. When the green flag flew Tyler (last name not recorded)'s glossy green #33 '73 Buick LeSabre 4 door sedan did not move at all and Lane (last name not recorded)'s black #11 mid '70's Cadillac Seville only moved a few feet but this did not stop the other three cars from ganging up on his dead car. Then Delo's Oldsmobile put an aggressive hit on Martin's Continental that left Delo's Oldsmobile with a major deformity to the rear. A bit later Martin landed a near fatal blow to Hogan's Toronado. The event ended with a head on between Martin's Continental and Delo's Delmont 88. Martin was declared the winner of that event.

   After another extended intermission to give the drivers some badly needed repair time, thirteen cars made it back out for the Feature event. Again the event was surprisingly fast paced and aggressive for the conditions. A number of impressively big hits were laid down. Martin, Delo and Hampton were among the most aggressive but a few others put some big hits in as well. Then a caution was thrown for a fire in Jeremiah Peak's red, white and blue #28 Chrysler Cordoba. Interestingly, after the fire was extinguished he seemed to become much more aggressive. He got some good hits in as well. When Martin's Continental finally expired his rear end was wrapped over his rear window and his shiny vintage Continental grill was just a jumble of mangled plastic and metal. As the event wore on there were 2 more cautions, both for fires in Hampton's Chrysler. They did not deter his aggressiveness and after the second fire when Delo's Oldsmobile was the only other car still moving and he could see that his Chrysler was not going to last much longer before reigniting, he put a vicious coup de grace on Delo's already badly deformed Oldsmobile that left it about three feet shorter than when the night began. The announcer said that Delo was awarded the victory, much to the disappointment of the crowd who were almost in unison chanting "eighty eight, eighty eight, eighty eight" but the winners trophy was placed on the roof of Hampton's #88 Chrysler. I am told that Delo, in very sportsman like fashion, gave the victory to a deserving Hampton. 

   The next events I plan to report on are the race and Demo at Kennewick at the Benton-Franklin Fair on Saturday, August 18, followed by the Kitsap Fair race on Sunday, August 26.

    Find more Destruction Derby and Demolition Stock Car Racing news, information and discussion at nwdemoderby.com and don't forget, Western Oregon's BIGGEST Destruction Derby in 2018, The Oregon State Championship Destruction Derby at the Oregon State Fair will be Sunday, September 2, 2018 in Salem, Oregon! $5,000 to Win! Plus there is a $1,000 Under Dog Award that will go to the highest placing under built car to encourage participation by those who don't have all the fancy cradles and protectors and so forth. This event also includes a $1,000 to win Outlaw Compact Full Contact Figure 8 class! THIS EPIC EVENT IS JUST THREE WEEKS FROM TODAY!!! DON'T MISS OUT!!! 

   
Event Statistics (Events presented in order run.)
Track Conditions: Sloppy, muddy, overwatered.
Weather: Mostly cloudy with sun breaks. Temperature in upper 60's

Best Appearing Car: Lisa Peak, #17, '80's "Metric" LTD Crown Victoria 4 door sedan

Trophy Dash 1: Bill Hampton, #88, '69 Chrysler Town and Country station wagon
Trophy Dash 2: Lisa Peak, #17, '80's "Metric" LTD Crown Victoria 4 door sedan
Trophy Dash 3: Scott Delo, #24-7, '67 Oldsmobile Delmont 88 2 door hardtop
Trophy Dash 4: Ethan Martin, #007, '69 Continental Mark III 2 door hardtop

Heat 1 (Finale Style):
1st #88, Bill Hampton, '69 Chrysler Town and Country station wagon
2nd #85, Daniel Peak, '90's Lincoln Town Car 4 door sedan
3rd #5150, Tommy Bruce, later '70's Continental Town Car 4 door sedan
4th #17, Lisa Peak, '80's "Metric" Ford LTD Crown Victoria 4 door sedan

Did Not Place (In Numerical Order)
#A-07, Darrin (Last Name Not Recorded), later '70's Continental Town Car 4 door sedan
#14, Taylor Peak, "Metric" '80's Mercury Grand Marquis 4 door sedan
#22, Nathan Toll, '94 Ford Crown Victoria 4 door sedan
#28, Jeremiah Peak, mid '70's Chrysler Cordoba 2 door coupe
#2016, Cody Woods, "Metric" '80's Ford LTD Crown Victoria 4 door sedan

Heat 2 (Finale Style):
1st #007, Ethan Martin, '69 Continental Mark III 2 door hardtop
2nd #68, Roy Hogan, "Metric" late '70's - early '80's Oldsmobile Toronado 2 door hardtop
3rd #24-7, Scott Delo, '67 Oldsmobile Delmont 88 2 door hardtop
4th #11, Lane (Last Name Not Recorded), mid '70's Cadillac Seville 4 door sedan

Did Not Place
#33, Tyler (Last Name Not Recorded), '73 Buick LeSabre 4 door sedan

Destruction Derby Finale:
1st #88, Bill Hampton, '69 Chrysler Town and Country station wagon
2nd #24-7, Scott Delo, '67 Oldsmobile Delmont 88 2 door hardtop
3rd #85, Daniel Peak, '90's Lincoln Town Car 4 door sedan
4th (Not Recorded)
5th #17, Lisa Peak, '80's "Metric" Ford LTD Crown Victoria 4 door sedan

Did Not Place (In Numerical Order)
#A-07, Darrin (Last Name Not Recorded), later '70's Continental Town Car 4 door sedan
#007, Ethan Martin, '69 Continental Mark III 2 door hardtop
#11, Lane (Last Name Not Recorded), mid '70's Cadillac Seville 4 door sedan
#14, Taylor Peak, "Metric" '80's Mercury Grand Marquis 4 door sedan
#22, Nathan Toll, '94 Ford Crown Victoria 4 door sedan
#28, Jeremiah Peak, mid '70's Chrysler Cordoba 2 door coupe
#2016, Cody Woods, "Metric" '80's Ford LTD Crown Victoria 4 door sedan
#5150, Tommy Bruce, later '70's Continental Town Car 4 door sedan

(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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Pictures: Non-Demo / Re: No sweat
« Last post by Alesdoxc on August 07, 2018, 12:07:39 AM »
Thanks for the advice from this valuable thread.
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Model Derby Car Pics / Re: more models
« Last post by Alesdoxc on August 07, 2018, 12:00:02 AM »
Again, we have been discussing the issues discussed here.
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Oregon / 2018 McMinnville Eyewitness Report (08.04.2018)
« Last post by Thunderbyrd316 on August 05, 2018, 10:38:24 AM »
   A very large and enthusiastic crowd gathered at the Yamhill County Fairgrounds to see one of the only three Demo Derbies that remain in western Oregon. This was also the eighth and final year that current promoter and former legendary driver, Roger Young Sr. would be in charge of this show as he has now officially handed over the reigns to a protege for next year. Roger Young had already been running for quite a few years when I first saw him at Rose City Speedway in 1979 and he continued to drive in Demos around the Northwest well into the 21st century.

   The first event of the evening was the Compact Class Best Appearing Car Contest. Dave Constance's grayish green #911 Toyota Corolla sedan, which sported a well detailed World War II military aircraft inspired paint scheme that Phoenix Pettis would appreciate took the award. 15 year old rookie Dillon Spindler's red, white and blue #17 Hyundai Sonata sedan, which was a tribute to the late legend "Derby" Dan Hall (who is remembered quite fondly by all who had the privilege of knowing him, including yours truly) was also quite popular and quite worthy of honorable mention.

   The next event was the V-8 Class Best Appearing Car Contest and Will Tester's plain brown '74 Buick Electra 4 door hardtop  pretty much won by default, having the only fresh car. (To his credit, he did try to spruce it up a bit with some spray paint before returning for the Finale but it was still by no means a particularly attractive car, though it could have been if he had had time to properly paint it.)

   Next up was the Compact Oval "Bump to Pass' Heat. Derrick Forseth's black #3C Chevrolet Cavalier 4 door sedan led the entire event from the start and there was more contact after the checkered flag than the entire race beforehand but it was still a fun little 4 car race to watch.

   After an extended intermission it was time for the Compact Destruction Derby Finale. Traction was hard to come by on the sloppy, over watered surface and speeds were generally low but there were a few decent hits laid down along the way. It came down to a three way battle between Tim Whitney's black #3T Volvo sedan, Spindler's Hyundai and Constance's Toyota. It seemed Whitney had the strongest and fastest car but then something broke and Whitney withdrew from combat. Now it was down to just the young rookie Spindler and Constance. The two continue their battle for a time but finally Spindler's Hyundai could take no more and Spindler pulled his stick leaving Constance to take the victory.

   After an extended clean up period to remove the 6 Compact class cars from the muddy arena, now it was time for the big boys to come out and play. There may have only been 4 cars but every one of them was a true vintage classic piece of American automotive engineering. Jeff McKinney returned in the same awesome '57 Lincoln Premiere that he debuted back in 2016. Vinny McKinney had a super cool factory teal '66 Pontiac Catalina 4 door sedan (which the announcer incorrectly identified as a '67 but the tail light openings positively say is a '66). Roger Young Jr. had the same yellow and blue '66 Chrysler Newport 4 door sedan that he also debuted back in 2016. (Another car the announcer incorrectly identified the year of, claiming it was a '68.) And then there was Tester's Electra, now sporting a brazen collection of bright spray paint splotches over the "yuck" flat brown but still not really befitting a car that was a true American luxury car at a time when such luxury yachts ruled America's highways.

   The track was still a muddy, sloppy, soupy mess and speeds were still low but the drivers managed to overcome the horrid track conditions and get some good hits in. At one point Vinny McKinney's #74w Pontiac was up on top of the roof of Jeff McKinney's #3 Lincoln, smashing the roof down on the right rear. Then Young and Jeff McKinney got stuck together near turn one. Tester then tried to break them apart, getting himself stuck in the process. In a true act of sportsmanship Vinny McKinney, who could have just sat back and collected a fat check by virtue of being the only car still moving, instead knocked Tester loose to continue the show for the fans. A long and slow battle continued between the Buick and the Pontiac for quite some time but finally McKinney's Pontiac could no longer keep running and he finally broke his stick after a valiant attempt multiple times to restart his battered Pontiac, leaving Will Tester to claim the win. Tester's win also broke the long standing curse that had previously befallen multiple Best Appearing award winners in the past at this venue, many of whom had positively horrible results after winning the Best Appearing award.

   The next Destruction Derby I will be reporting on will be at the Clark County Fair on Thursday, Aug. 9, followed by Tillamook on Sat., Aug. 11.

   Find more Destruction Derby and Demolition Stock Car Racing news, information and discussion at nwdemoderby.com and don't forget, Western Oregon's BIGGEST Destruction Derby in 2018, The Oregon State Championship Destruction Derby at the Oregon State Fair will be Sunday, September 2, 2018 in Salem, Oregon! $5,000 to Win! Plus there is a $1,000 Under Dog Award that will go to the highest placing under built car to encourage participation by those who don't have all the fancy cradles and protectors and so forth. This event also includes a $1,000 to win Outlaw Compact Full Contact Figure 8 class!

Event Statistics (Events presented in order run.)
Track Conditions: Sloppy, muddy, overwatered.
Weather: Sunny with a few clouds. Temperature in low '80's

Best Appearing Car Compact: Dave Constance, #911, Toyota Corolla 4 door sedan
Best Appearing Car V-8: Will Tester, #69, '74 Buick Electra 4 door hardtop
Compact Oval Heat: Derrick Forseth, Chevrolet Cavalier 4 door sedan

Compact Destruction Derby Finale:
1st #911 Dave Constance, Toyota Corolla 4 door sedan
2nd #17 Dillon Spindler, Hyundai Sonata 4 door sedan
3rd #3T Tim Whitney, Volvo 4 door sedan
Mad Dog Most Aggressive: #17 Dillon Spindler, Hyundai Sonata 4 door sedan

Did Not Place (In Numerical Order)
#3C Derrick Forseth, Chevrolet Cavalier 4 door sedan
#8 Tanner Collins, Toyota Corolla 4 door sedan
#117 Nathan Morton, Toyota Corolla 4 door sedan

V-8 Destruction Derby Finale:
1st #69 Will Tester, '74 Buick Electra 4 door hardtop
2nd #74W Vinny McKinney, '66 Pontiac Catalina 4 door sedan
3rd #420 Roger Young Jr., '66 Chrysler Newport 4 door hardtop
Mad Dog Most Aggressive: #74W Vinny McKinney, '66 Pontiac Catalina 4 door sedan

Did Not Place
#3 Jeff McKinney, '57 Lincoln Premier 2 door hardtop

(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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