Well, I'm sure some of you know of the popularity with modifying the Zoom In platform...if you don't...you most likely will moving forward in the months to come...first, let me start by saying I think it has it's place/ niche in the racing hobby. However, it needs to be placed in it's own classification and raced against other Zoom In modified cars. I, myself look forward to building some and racing them in the future...but in the proper class.
The Zoom In platform holds a much more comparable nod to actual Pinewood Derby racing...where we also use the same science when modifying diecast cars...the Zoom In is produced by Hot Wheels...but that's where the buck stops...it is not a diecast platform you modify while keeping the orginal silhouette of said car...it's mini Pinewood Derby all the way and twice on Sundays.
This casting will not be allowed in any race being hosted at the League of Speed Racing Grounds...unless it's a specified Zoom In race.
This is mini Pinewood Derby all the way...a basic platform one can buy for modification and racing...not Diecast racing as we know it...we'll call it Zoom In Derby Racing.