That was a lot of fun!!! We spent our Saturday morning in Prince George, yesterday, as spectators and Connor's cheering section at the District Kub Kar rally (Oops, I didn't know Kubs started with a K, I've been telling everyone he's a Cub Scout this whole time!)
I will say, growing up in Girl Guides has left me so inadequately prepared for the challenge that is Kub Kar building. But I think we held our own. My Dad helped Connor with the sawing and sanding of it, Connor did the designing and I wielded the glue gun, and then, the final step, was hammering the wheels on.
Which might just be where we lost speed. A couple of his wheels turn inwards and all are somewhat wobbly. But we held our own and we represented our town proudly!
The race was completely computerized (see the videos that follow this post) and was right down the a fraction of a second. It was fascinating! I'm told, though, that at our local rally in two weeks, we're going to find things are a lot more old-school (manual).
Next year... we are going to work on aerodynamics... or not. The design is the fun part, after all.