Popular Science proves that power tools can be used for more than just building/fixing things. Watch as “souped-up power tools tear down a 60-foot track (and through a flaming hoop!).”

…rules are simple: Build something that gets its drive from a handheld power tool (loosely defined). Each race pits two rigs against each other on wooden tracks, 60 feet long and one foot wide. The winner is the first to reach the end, but judges value originality as much as speed

[via PopSci]

Popular Science proves that power tools can be used for more than just building/fixing things. Watch as “souped-up power tools tear down a 60-foot track (and through a flaming hoop!).”

…rules are simple: Build something that gets its drive from a handheld power tool (loosely defined). Each race pits two rigs against each other on wooden tracks, 60 feet long and one foot wide. The winner is the first to reach the end, but judges value originality as much as speed

[via PopSci]