MacIntosh Takes Big Prize In Front Of Sell Out Crowd!

Seventeen-year-old Ryley MacIntosh (#506) had a night he will never forget. The young driver, and brother of Demo competitor Alex MacIntosh (#17), started his first career Demolition Derby Saturday during the COVID Crash for Cash, and left with $2000 and a 4-foot tall trophy. MacIntosh was the last car running after video review and was credited with the win. “It feels awesome, especially for my first Demo,” a shocked and thrilled MacIntosh said in victory lane. “It’s actually insane. It’s the first of many I’ll just say that.” Originally scored the winner, video review resulted in Marc-Andre Benoit (#81) being awarded second place in the final Demo, while Lionel Breau (#028) picked up the f

Big Money On The Line for COVID Crash for Cash

It is being dubbed as the biggest Demolition in years, and early indications suggest it will live up to the hype! Saturday July 25th will be the COVID Crash for Cash Demolition under the lights at Speedway Miramichi. As of press time, upwards of 2 dozen drivers have signalled their intentions to compete, and last-minute entries will only push that number even higher. If 35 cars show up, the prize will be $1500 to win. If 40 cars show, that will be upped to a whopping $2000 to win, along with one of the biggest trophies ever awarded in Demolition competition. Racing action will also be contested from the Street Stock, Mini Stock and Atlantic Modified Tour divisions, plus the new Bombers class

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