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The Flying Nurse by Epic Manufacturing (at right) races to the finish and took first place in the Derby Down the Deuce held June 8. Second place went to Desert Title and third was Sore Luger. The most creepy award (below left) went to Arizona Suspension Specialist Rat Fink derby car. There were 19 entries in the race.


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Team Satisfaction with The Millennium Falcon car was dedicated to all who are serving and have served. The Falcon is U.S. Army Veteran built according to their YouTube video reveal. The Millennium Falcon won the “Top Design Car.”


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Above: A Show Low Police derby car whizzes by the crowd as Taylor’s Haralson Tire Co. red derby car trails behind. Haralson Tire derby car won the ‘’most traditional” award.


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At right: The Navopache Electric Cooperative car modeled after their work trucks, slowly runs down the track as it loses power. Their derby car won the “Most Likely To Turn You On” award.


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Arizona Suspension Specialists won the “Most Creepy” award for its Rat Fink derby car at the Derby Down the Deuce held Saturday in conjunction with Show Low Days.


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Terry Jordan, 6, of Vernon, was asked to be the official flag boy, an important job he gladly accepted. This was his first time at the derby and when asked what he thought of the race, he simply replied “good.”