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Waukesha County Fair Action Center Events - Demo Derby NEW NIGHT

July 15, 2010

The ever-popular Demolition Derby and Truck & Tractor Pull Competitions return to the Waukesha County Fair, sponsored by Aurora Health Care. These events take place Wednesday, July 21 through Sunday, July 25 at the Action Center located beyond the Miller Lite Main Stage at the north end of the Fairgrounds.

 

Demolition Derby

 

Wednesday, July 21 – 6 pm

Presented by: Action Auto Promotions, Inc.

Action Center Sponsors: G & G Specialized Carriers, Central Machine & WBWI

 

Moved to Wednesday night, but the Demo Derby continues to be a great crowd-pleaser. Based on the number of entrants, the show should last approximately two hours and could post at least 4 heats.

 

For entry forms, contact the Fair Office or visit ActionAutoPromotions.net.

 

• Open Car Class (full-size cars only)

• ‘80s and Newer Class (full-size cars only)

• Mid-size (not divided into classes by years)

• Compacts (not divided into classes by year

Results to be listed at: www.ActionAutoPromotions.net

 

 

Truck & Tractor Pulls

 

Saturday, July 24 – Noon

Presented by: Badger Truck Pullers Association

Action Center Sponsors: Farmers’ Implement LLC & Miller-Bradford & Risberg, Inc.

 

This event features a variety of open stock trucks and tractors, offering non-stop action in 6 divisions:

 

• Super Stock Trucks

• Open Stock Trucks

• Super Street Diesels

• 12,500 lb. Alt. Farm & 6500 Mod. Classes

Presented by Power Pullers of Wisconsin

• 8000 lb work stock 4X4 trucks

Results to be listed at: www.BadgerTruckPullers.com

 

Sunday, July 25 – Noon

Presented by: Badger State Tractor Pullers

Results to be listed at: www.BSTPOnline.org

Action Center Sponsors: MacArthur Equipment, LLC and Waupun Equipment

 

This event includes competition in 5 divisions:

 

• Super Farm Tractors

• 640 Pro Farm Tractors

• Mini Rods presented by Tri County Pullers

• 4X4 Super Stock Truck & 12,500 lb. Alt. Farm

 

Fair Hours:

Wednesday 3 pm – 10 pm

Thursday 10 am – 11 pm

Friday & Saturday 10 am - Midnight

Sunday 10 am - 9 pm

 

 

 

The Waukesha County Fair Association is a non-profit volunteer organization that is completely separate and receives no funding from Waukesha County or the City of Waukesha. Advance Adult Admission tickets ($7) are available until July 20 online and at Waukesha County Pick’n Save locations. Main Stage VIP Seating tickets are available online until noon the day of the show, while supplies last. To purchase tickets, visit WaukeshaCountyFair.com. Tickets at the gate will be: Adults $9, Children 6-12 $3, and children 5 and under, FREE. Daily parking is $5.

 

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