Sunday, May 31, 2009

Week TechVideo, 2009 #22 - LEGO TECHNIC Indoor Racing

End of last March (...yes I know, I've been silent for awhile...) some Kostky members joined for their 2nd LEGO TECHNIC Indoor Racing (LTIR).

Seven racers competed in seven disciplines: sprint, slalom, parking, jump, exhibition, race on circuit and special discipline (Two rounds each, against each other. Once chasing and once trying to escape with a 20 sec. time limit).

Special care was put on every detail. The track...

The obstacles design...

The competition labels for the cars...

The cars in competition (here some of them)...

And of course the final classification.

Congratulations for the winner! and the others of course.

This was not the first time they have did it. You may also look into some videos of LTIR first edition [1, 2, 3, 4].

It looks these guys use to have a lot of fun.
However I can assure you, they have not finished here. Soon you will see here at TBs , what else they have been doing...

Thanks Sebastian, for letting me know about your community activities.

1 comment:

Alex Campos said...

That looks like a really fun sport, comparable to TechBall! And, with some care, I'm almost sure it's possible to design a vehicle capable of participating in both...

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