PHOTO GALLERY: Automotive events entertain at the Boone County Fair
Sunday, July 24, 2011 | 11:59 p.m. CDT;
updated 9:52 a.m. CDT, Monday, July 25, 2011
Nelson Woods bumps the ball into his own goal during car soccer Sunday at the Boone County Fair. It was the only goal of the match.
Engines roared during the demolition derby and car soccer Sunday at the Boone County Fair.
Cars try to move the ball away from their opponents during car soccer Sunday at the Boone County Fair. Organizers have previously gone through four different balls and settled on this one, which is made out of metal. It was very difficult to move around.
Leslie Bradshaw of Centralia's car gets stuck at the edge of the field during the match Sunday at the Boone County Fair. A trailer was used to help her out of the dirt and she went on to win the match.
Fran Davis yells that there was cheating during the first demolition derby match Sunday at the Boone County Fair. The winner, Leslie Bradshaw, was assisted when her car got stuck on the side of the track. Other drivers were not given the same treatment. "I've been coming to these things since I was a baby. That's cheating," Davis said.
Kaitlan Riggs holds her daughter Izabelle Boyd as they wave to Riggs' husband, Nick Boyd, before the derby Sunday at the Boone County Fair. He went on to win second place.
A wheel flies off of car #57L after being hit in the demolition derby Sunday at the Boone County Fair. After this hit, the car was out of commission.
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