Since the iconic tiny toy cars first hit store shelves in 1968, Hot Wheels have been an American obsession. Building over-the-top Hot Wheels tracks is now a time-honored tradition.YouTube channel 5MadMovieMakers launched a video detailing a colossal Scorching Wheels monitor that careens over two tales.
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A super fun activity to do with a kid and then take over from the kid when he or she gets bored or you, an adult who should probably know better, get way to invested.
The ultimate backyard Hot Wheels track is here. Cross the high wooden bridge, drop into a vertical loop, and duck under the garden fence for the roller coaster ride of a lifetime.
At 141 feet long, the car takes 25 seconds to complete the track at an average speed of 3.8 miles per hour, which in 1:64 scale is 244 miles per hour. Filmed with the Sony NEX-VG30H and a GoPro Hero 5 Session.