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Results of the 2020 International Pine Car Derby

The International Pine Car Derby was held on Sunday July 19th, at Family Adventure Days.

Class A Craft (7th and over)

1st – Brayden Fischer – Viking District

 

Class B Craft (4th 5th 6th)

1st – Mason Schmidt – Paperland District

2nd – Connor Larson – Viking District

3rd – Finley Pylka – Viking District

 

Class C Craft (3rd and under)

1st – Merrick Ernst-Manteufel – Whitetail District

2nd – Maverick Henning – Whitetail District

3rd – Mitchell Fredrick – Milwaukee District

 

Class A Speed (7th and over)

1st – Sawyer Jahns - Southern Lakes District

2nd – Nathan Kasabian - Southern Lakes District

3rd – Mikel Fredrick – Milwaukee District

 

Class B Speed (4th 5th 6th)

1st – Kyle Wortmann – Hiawatha District

2nd – Treyton Budreau – Aztalan District

3rd – Gavin Dodge – Southern Lakes District

 

Class C Speed (3rd and under)

1st – Rowan McGuire – Aztalan District

2nd – Job Verpoorten – Whitetail District

3rd – Jackson Heil – Whitetail District

 

Campfire Class Speed (This was for non-qualifiers who attended Family Adventure Days)

1st – Luke Mortimer

2nd – Levi Borgwardt

3rd – Lincoln Widzinski

 

Compete against other Pioneers to take home the trophy in April 2021, when our derby will be held at Lakeside Lutheran High School in Lake Mills WI.

Boys qualify for this event by placing well in their district or train derbies.  All districts may send up to 6 cars for craft and up to 6 cars for speed, regardless of how many trains they have, but districts with more than 6 active trains may send 1 car for each active train for craft and 1 car for each active train for speed.  Trains that do not have a district race may send 1 car for craft and 1 car for speed.

 

 

Click the link below for the RULES of pine car building!!

International Pine Car Building and Specs REV 10-14-19 

Tracks are commercially available, and LP may have information about tracks that are available from time to time from trains that no longer use them, or have purchased new ones.

Or ....  trains can build their own.  One set of plans that CAN be used is at the link below.

Track Plan Specs