Demolition Derby

Derby Destruction

Driver Alex Mathieson from Salmon Arm gives a fellow competitor directions during the annual Salmon Arm Demolition Derby held Sunday at the fairgrounds. The stands were packed with derby enthusiasts.



It was all crash, smash and cheers at the annual Salmon Arm Demolishion Derby held Sunday. Top left, a pit crew member picks up the pieces. At far left, newlyweds Jennifer and Charles Lines spend their honeymoon entered in the derby. Below, driver Erin Pearson puts tires on her car.

When the dust settled and the last fender had crumpled, a car from Hope came in first place at the 18th Annual Salmon Arm Demolition Derby held Sunday. Taking top honours was car #35 with driver Jim Lasser and co-pilot Dusty Smith.

In second place was Armstrong vehicle #36 driven by Leroy Williamson and co-piloted by Kevin McDaniel. Third place also went to an Armstrong car, #63, with Charmaine Williamson at the wheel and Lyndsay Hauff co-piloting.

Taking Power Puff honours was car #8 driven by Alena Turner. Best Paint went to car #51 with Lorry Strinholn at the wheel, and the Funniest Car award went to car #3 driven by Gary Lanoue.

 

 

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