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Demo Derby Wednesday results

THE WHITNEY FAMILY enjoyed the Demo Derby at Field Days last week. Timothy Whitney Sr. has been competing in the event at the fair for more than 20 years, and this year his 16-year-old son was finally able to drive, too. Timothy Jr. took second place in the 6-cylinder heat on Tuesday night and then finished first on Wednesday. Three of Timothy Sr.'s nephews have also followed in his footsteps, including Greg and Caleb Whitney, who ran 1-2 in Wednesday's 4-cylinder heat. Pictured, left to right, are Timothy Sr., Gregory, Caleb, Timothy Jr. and Daniel Whitney. Photo Courtesy of Marci Whitney

NEW HAVEN — The G. Stone Motors Demolition Derby at the Addison County Fair and Field Days spanned two days last week. The results of Tuesday’s events were in last Thursday’s Independent.

Wednesday’s action happened after the deadline for that edition, so here are the results for the Demo Derby competition held Wednesday, Aug. 10, with the winner’s name and the number or name of their vehicle:

4 Cylinder

1. Greg Whitney, 22G; 2. Caleb Whitney, 3C; 3. AJ Sumner, 2479.

6 Cylinder

1. Timothy Whitney Jr., 13T; 2. Reid Lumbra, 33L; 3. Grady Devoid, 248.

8 Cylinder

1. Mike Ciufo, 7X; Klancy Dunbar, 78; Wade Steele, 383.

Van

1. Ethan Gevry, Hogwild; 2. Dustin Tierney, Wild Child; 3. Chance Mahoney, 96.

Truck

1. Ethan Gevry, Hogwild; 2. Sam Trudeau, 13; 3. Jordan Rule, 8675309.

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