Next my older sons car. He did all the work and came up with the idea himself. As a Cub Scout he won a few design awards over the years including most artistic and most creative. I just gave him the wire and disabled an old remote for some parts. He definitely was the tallest pinewood car I had ever seen.
Next up my wife's car. Anyone hungry? She was mad she only received 4 votes for Best non scout design.
Here is my younger sons entry. His basketball team right now is the Marquette Warriors. Was going for speed but had to play with wheel at check in to have all four touching per rules and messed up the set up and got a wiggle going down the track. Lesson for him to learn for next time.
Last but not least my 7 year old daughters car . She wanted Frozen of course. So dad came up with this. Her car was in our open division so it was legal. She was going for the Most Girly design award and she won it for a second year in a row. She helped dad use the drill press and drill the holes for the axles as well as painting and gluing all the spoilers and such. I mixed up my own acrylic and then pored it in a bottle. Was twice the weight so I cut the bottle in half on the band saw and then the sanding began. This was my first experience with acrylic.
Hope you guys enjoy. Thanks to all on here for your ideas and knowledge. Next year it will be speed again for me seeing I was dethroned. Also it will be my younger sons final derby and his den is going to try to make sure they leave with the fastest den award. Tigers took it this year.