The crowd would be very pleased with the show and are looking foward to its return next year. The 70 car would line up from half track way and lay the metal on the 57 car. It would be the second night of demolition derby action at the Franklin County Fair in Malone a part of the Total Destruction Promotion Series. It would be another packed house to see all the racing and smashing. There would be around 30 trucks, 6 rollover cars and 8 figure 8 cars. Ryan Helm 15x buries the 143 along the wall and lifts the backend up when he finds the wall. There was deffenately some great competition and hard hitting.
It would be a compact derby show tonight with 5 of the 6 heats of action being the compact cars with a total of 70 cars. When not out exploring Maine woods, trails, mountains and waterways Angela can be found plotting and planning her next adventure or buying another backpack. Because you can never have too many. There would be alot of hard hitting with extra room that was out on the track and two cars would end up on there roofs throughout the night. All advertisements are the responsibility of their creators and have no contact. If you want to send a video click on and see if the video is allowed to be retransmitted with public license and describe the credits of the authors. Mary in the full size class and Travis Charleson in the Compact class and both would take home a 1,000 dollars for the win.
The annual demolition derby would return to the Clinton County Fair. The objective for this race is to outsmart and outmaneuver the other drivers and be the first to finish 10 laps. Mary in the rollover contest. The winner on the day would come from outside the County in St. It would be a new wrinkle at the Franklin County Fair as they would have truck demolition derby, rollover contest, and figure 8 races. There would be around 110 cars spread out over nine heats along with truck heat.
The big winners on the night would be Jamie St. When it is was all side and done on the night the two big winners would be Austin Martin in 8 Cylinder and Tom Pickering in the 4 Cylinder classes with both of them taking home a nice 1,000 pay day. The sold out crowd would be treated to good show throughout the day the day that would bring many cheers. This may prove to be quite a tall order given that hitting, pushing, or spinning opponent's cars in not off-limits and there are at least two good chances of getting t-boned during every lap. The derby would only have one heat of cars with elevlen but what they lacked in numbers they made up for with the action on the track with hard hitting action. There would be four heats of compact cars one heat of Powder Puff and Full Size cars there would be around 75 cars on the night. As for the Powder Puff class that would go to Brenda Christian.
Mary in the Figure 8 Races, Jacob St. Ben St Ann 59 comes to rest on the hood of the 75 when they tried to go back to front. In the endro race the 4 car and the Jeff Murray 35 would met coming off turn 2 and sending both to the infield. It is a blast to watch the cars disintegrate with each lap as the track gets littered with no longer needed parts. The big winners on the day would be Jamie St. Angela enjoys exploring the many beautiful and unique natural places in Maine and sharing her outdoor experiences with others. .
This is a non-profit website, all advertisements are Google Adsense where the monthly gains helps us keep the site online. There would be plenty of hard hitting with the extra space that would be available on the track. Lawrence county to win the main event. Tags: Crazy Car Crashes, biggest nascar crashes Video Description: A surprise, but a welcome one. The eventual winner on the night would be Keri Besaw in the 49q.
The 77 car would line up the 17N car from nearly half the track away and put a hard hit maybe the hardest night and fold up the 17N. . . . . .
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