Demolition Derby smash up!

Fans were treated to an assortment of thunderous hits at the Six Nations Bread and Cheese Demolition Derby. (Photo By Neil Becker)

Landon Curley defends Mad Dog By Neil Becker Sports Writer Winning the Mad Dog Award never gets old for demolition derby driver Landon Curley. “It feels pretty good,” Curley said about the Mad Dog Award which goes to the participant voted as most aggressive driver. “I like to put on a show for the fans. I’ve won it every year since they’ve had it here. They used to give out mugs.” Competing in his 2000 Lincoln Town Crier Chevy LS, Curley described the track as being, “A little soft and dry but it was good.” Among those also displaying elite driving skills on this Saturday afternoon was the Six Nations duel of Victor Bomberry and Jesse Skye who finished second in the Team Event. “I’m very happy with the outcome,”…

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