PHOTOS: Smash up time!

Several Revelstoke teams took part in the 24th annual Salmon Arm Demolition Derby on at the Salmon Arm Fairgrounds on Sunday, Aug. 23.

  • Aug. 27, 2015 6:00 p.m.

The Revelstoke Fire/Rescue vehicle gets crunched during the derby.

By Lachlan Labere, Black Press

Several Revelstoke teams took part in the 24th annual Salmon Arm Demolition Derby on at the Salmon Arm Fairgrounds on Sunday, Aug. 23. While the number of cars were down, the stands were packed with an enthusiastic crowd on hand to watch the action.

Derby winners are as follows:

First place: car #333, driver Mike Gordon/co-pilot Rose Koehler;

Second place: #36, driver Leroy Williamson;

Third place: tie, car #61, driver Lyle Williamson/ Terry Dawn & car #66, Richard Horning/Steve Kahan.

Best paint: car #66;

Funniest paint: car #47.

In the Powder Puff heat, first place went to driver Shandy Schwandt, with co-pilot Alyssa Schwandt in  car #14. Driver Billie Portious wtih Cassandra Nunn took second in car #447.

PHOTO: Dan Peck, representing East End Autobody and Mt. Begbie Machinery talks with an audience member while being towed in his vehicle following a wild but unsuccessful second heat bid.

PHOTO: The Revelstoke Fire/Rescue crew rolls their derby entry back for repairs.

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