A competitor rides a home-made vehicle without an engine on a 600-metre-track during the Red Bull Soapbox Race in Hong Kong October 14, 2012. The race is judged on speed, creativity and showmanship, with competitors having to navigate their home-made human powered vehicles on the track in the best time.
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With it’s first competition in 1933, the Soap Box derby is still going strong today. Seventy-five years later the events are still going strong. The Soap Box car designs have changed over the past few decades but the concept behind the car has stayed the same. Below we will look at the various designs, and the history of Soap Box racing.
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