Shift at-home car racing to new gears by creating an awesome car track!
You will need:
- 16mm mdf board: 1 = 1200 x 600 (road)
- 3mm mdf board: 2 = 1200 x 40mm (Lanes)
- 6mm mdf board 2 = 1200 x 40mm (barriers)
Pine par wood:
- 2 = 600 x 44 (uprights)
- 2 = 380 x 44 (uprights)
- 2 = 180 x 44 (uprights)
- 3 = 510 x 44 (support beams across)
- Tape Measure
- Masking tape
- 3mm drill bit
- Possi drive
- 6/40 chipboard screws
- Fast set glue
- 8 x 70 screws
- Pinewood filler
- 16 mm Panel pins
- 25 mm panel pins
- Black schoolboard paint
- White super acrylic PVA
- High gloss enamel paint
Step by Step Instructions:
Get your wood cut to size at your nearest Timbercity.
Cut one end of the Pine Par wood upright pieces at a 22.5° angle to create an angle on the race track. Do not cut the support beams at angles.
Assemble the legs by joining each set to a support beam with glue and screws to secure all the pieces.
Hammer the lanes (3mm mdf) to the road (16mm mdf road), using nails.
Join the barrier pieces (6mm mdf) to the side of the road.
Attach the legs to the road with glue and screws.
Place masking tape, then paint. Use Black schoolboard paint, available at Timbercity, for the road, and white paint for the lanes.
And you’re ready to go!