Demolition Derby draws enthusiastic crowd

The Six Nations stands were full of enthusiastic fans who loudly cheered on the many head on impact hits at the Six Nations Demolition Derby. (Photo By Neil Becker)

By Neil Becker Sports News Watching Six Nations demolition driver Landon Curley, it’s clear that the word “Quit” isn’t in his vocabulary. After being disqualified due to a gas leak from the very first heat which happened to be mini-smash, Curley, who has quite the impressive derby resume and is well known among the Six Nations fans, showed that strong resiliency as he refused to be raddled and instead got his back-up car and eventually took home second spot in Pro Stock. “Not to bad for an underdog car,” Curley said. “I got a trophy and my entry money back so overall I’m pretty happy.” Showing his true modesty when asked about his game plan which makes him so successful in the ring Curley, who goes to about half a…

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