Sunday, April 22, 2012

Offensive Driving School

I was out looking for a feature story for a radio show we're starting called "Indiana Weekend" and dropped by a demolition derby at the Delaware County Fairgrounds in Muncie.

It was a beautiful early spring Saturday night, complete with the national anthem, walking tacos at the concession stand and guys like "Critter," one of the drivers we interviewed. Critter spent $7,500 on his engine and picked his car out of a junkyard.

It looked like the autosports equivalent of professional wrestling. But Drew Hanson of Rouse Promotions said there is real, if simple, strategy. Hit the other cars until they stop running. The last surviving team gets $3,000.

I'll let you know when the segment airs. In the meantime, this is kind of what it looked like...

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