Toy cars. Real racing.
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What is diecast racing?
Do you remember the Pinewood Derby? It's like that but with Hot Wheels, Matchbox and other diecast toy cars. Find a car you think is fast and make it faster. Then mail in your cars and race against people in tournaments happening all across the country.
Learn & Share
Making fast cars faster
We take the fun of the Pinewood Derby and shrink it down to Hot Wheels size. You might get lucky and find a fast car at the store, or you can create your own speed. We'll help you learn how to modify, build, and customize your cars for the track.
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Build and inspire
Haywood Valley Raceway
Owned and operated by Endcount in Massachusetts, this track is 30-feet long, built with Hot Wheels orange track and offers 2 lanes of racing.Track profile and photos »
It's all downhill from here
Building and sharing your race track
From 2 lanes to 8 lanes and beyond, making your own race track is a fun project for any skill level. All you need is some basic tools and a few accessories. It's easy, affordable fun.