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Video of a Super-Fast Pinewood Derby Track

Cub Scouts competing in a pinewood derby in Indiana didn’t get to see much of the action. The giant track made the cars zip by so fast, you could only hear them.

The Crossroads of America Council built the track inside the Indiana State Museum. The track was more than two stories tall and 125 feet long — almost as long as a Boeing 737 airplane.

Use the above player to watch video from the race and check out the article in the December 2008 issue of Boys’ Life magazine for more details.

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28 Comments on Video of a Super-Fast Pinewood Derby Track

  1. That was the coolest thing that i’ve ever seen!!!!

    SC PACK #607

  2. wow,thats all i have to say

  3. They were like 3 times faster than the fastest car at my pine wood berby race!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  4. CooooooooooL!!!

  5. qwertyuiop // April 4, 2011 at 3:58 pm // Reply

    I got 2`st place before in the pinewood derby. is`t that cool.

  6. i won for pack442

  7. That was awesome!!!! i wonder where it was

  8. MOONMAN200 // March 16, 2011 at 5:44 pm // Reply

    PINEWOOD DERBY is coming up,hope I win the 1st prize!!!!

  9. are those cars or bullets?

  10. drag racing

  11. Why don’t they make those Standard

  12. squirrel lover // January 24, 2011 at 2:09 pm // Reply

    wow!!! from that high up, it’s so awesome

  13. that was crazy and cool at the same time!!!! 😀

  14. sonic boomer // January 2, 2011 at 3:30 pm // Reply

    a car was so slow on the home stretch coming from a 2-story track? Must be friction.

  15. WOW!!!!!!!!

  16. i won the game today

  17. that was amazing!!!
    but how did they make the track like that???

  18. That is CRAZY!!!

  19. WOW,thats pretty fast!

  20. That is CRAZY.
    Is it in a mall??????

  21. i could`nt see the video cause` i was using my DSi but it sounds really cool!

  22. i could`nt see the video cause` i was using my DSi but it sounds really cool!

  23. where do you get a track that long?

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