Hello Redline Derby Racing
In March of 2018, I had no diecast cars and no tracks. It had been 44 years or more since I raced my hotwheels. Somehow I decided then I wanted hot wheels again. I started buying them up and looking for the old tracks that I grew up with. I now have a little bit of everything. My Friends and family started racing and we filmed some of those races last year.
My League races all diecasts but will always have a focus on Vintage Cars, castings, etc.
At this time, its pick up races and no formal schedule. I do races when I can fit them in. Cars that arrive will be raced within an month. As I have alot of cars, some people just show me their vintage car and If I have one similar, I will race it with their sponsorship. If its a RARE , Collectiabe car, this is where it gets scarey fun. We try to make it safe, but things can happen, just like in real vintage racing any car can go off the track at anytime.
Track setups change.. I have many track configurations.
I am just learning about youtube and making videos. Everything is a work in progress.
There are alot of people involved in diecast, more so just recently, but there are a number of pioneers imho who have been at this for sometime. I have been going back through many different racers channels from their early days. I am very much a fan of diecast racing.
With that said,
Here are a few Races from GNR DIECAST RACING
Nitty Gritty Kittys vs Thunderbirds
Hot Wheels Redlines, vs Johnny Lightning Toppers
Matchbox Superfast Cars from the 70s
Vintage Porsches and Ferraris 70s to 90s double spiral track
Finals will be my next video,
My intent is to upload y 2019 layouts that were pick up racing, and invite other racers to participate for 2020.
Ways to participate in GNR Vintage Diecast racing is via sponsorship, car entry or just watching for fun.
I hope this is the right place to post and that I haven't broken any rules..