5 Coolest Hot Wheels Tracks Ever Built
Hot Wheels cars and their tracks were some of the coolest toys we had while growing up—but for many of us, growing up didn’t mean growing out of Hot Wheels. For those of you who still have a passion for collecting the cars or designing incredible tracks, I recommend you check out the videos below, which capture some of the coolest Hot Wheels tracks ever built.
“Mother of All Hot Wheels Tracks”
The track in the video above was reportedly designed to raise money for hopeforgabe.com (now hopeforgabe.org). The track measured in at 2,000 feet.
Okay, so this is promoted material from Hot Wheels back in 2013, but just how awesome would that challenge be to complete? I’m itching to try it myself.
Whoever uploaded this video is technically a little incorrect—the track isn’t actually a Hot Wheels track, but it’s still cool enough to include. The track is actually electrified and in an art museum.
The music choice in this video is questionable, but hats off to the people who designed this track last year. According to the video, it takes on four flights of stairs and even chances a 30-foot drop.
This technically isn’t Hot Wheels…it’s Darda. And there is no way this track was really one continuous go. But still, the tracks used here are pretty creative and really entertaining to watch.
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- John Adams
John Adams is the Director of Business Development at Heuberger Motors in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Heuberger Motors is a new and used Subaru dealership, just a short drive from Denver. With its wide selection of Outback, Forester, and Crosstrek vehicles, Heuberger Motors is consistantly one of the largest volume Subaru dealers in the nation.