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There was all kinds of mayhem at the 12th annual Cranbrook Mower Nationals on Saturday. - Trevor Crawley photo
There was all kinds of mayhem at the 12th annual Cranbrook Mower Nationals on Saturday.
— image credit: Trevor Crawley photo

There was all kinds of mayhem at the 12th annual Cranbrook Mower Nationals on Saturday, as racers took their souped-up machines through the dirt track at a course built by Pete Durning at Mission View Moving and Storage. Racers felt the sweet taste of victory as they ripped around the track, while others felt the sting of defeat as their machines crumbled under driver abuse. After the winning racers were crowned, the event heated up with a variety of live musical acts.

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