Parents of Plainfield Scouts proudly announce our annual Adult Pinewood Derby on January 25, 2013 at 6pm.
Place: Pachaug Outdoor Club 178 Banjo Sullivan Rd in Griswold CT near the Plainfield border.
Four racing classes: Stock - use BSA kit to construct car, use axle slots, 5 oz weight limit. Modified - use of aftermarket body, wheels, axles, extended wheelbase permitted, 10 oz weight limit. Extreme - Propulsion permitted! No rocket engines, fire or smoke allowed. Car must fit and stage on standard BSA track. 10 oz weight limit. Legends - bring your childhood car for another shot at glory.
No liquid lubricants or anything that could damage track allowed.
Cost: $25 donation for first car entered. $15 for each additional car. If you pre-register a BSA car kit will be provided. Proxy (mail-in) entries are $20 per car.
All proceeds to benefit Plainfield Cub Scout Pack 111
Dinner, snacks, beverages will be provided (BYOB). Fun, music and prizes!!! 50/50 raflle!!! Basket raffle!!! Cars will also be judged by participants for: Most original, Best paint, Best design, and Racers Choice.
To pre-register for this event email: email@example.com
Proxy entries must be mailed to: Mike Schmidt 112 Charlotte Dr Plainfield, CT 06374
For further information contact Mike Schmidt firstname.lastname@example.org (401)525-0220
Forgot to add any vendors that wish to donate items to raffle off would be greatly appreciated. Derby Gurus has already graciously offered up a couple of their awesome stands. Thanks and Merry Christmas, Mike
Murph, it's a wooden three lane track probably close to 40 years old. Unsure of the length however my son's car ran a 3.00 on it last year. My ducted fan car I put together for the adult derby last year ran a 2.29. Mike
Well my Co2 blast car fell through. The hose that I obtained from a friend failed during a bench test so not enough time to finish the car before the race. The Adult derby was a blast but not the turn out I expected. My 3 entries all placed 2nd. My ducted fan car got blown away by another fan car using 3 9v batteries for 27v on a 12v motor. My modified car got edged out by a hundredth of a second and my stock car was beaten by my wife who used our daughters car for the adult race. It was a blast and I have some ideas to make it better next year.