Words of Wisdom from 'Greg the Builder'
Paint the car really good colors, like “fast red” or “speedy orange”. Avoid colors like “slow purple” or “sluggish black”. They don’t do too well.
Drill into your hand at least once.
Make sure the axles are as follows:
.5 degree camber on the rear right wheel
23.1 degree camber on the rear left wheel
1.3 degree camber on the front right wheel
No wheel on the front left
Make sure you don’t just *not* put a wheel on, but put on a wheel, shatter it by throwing or pushing on the car too hard at least three times, then leave it vacant
Use plenty of graphite on the axles, with a little Fresca and frosting mixed in
“Test drive” the car on a wooden floor, pushing down on it with exactly 23.1 pounds of downforce. You can use this time to create the right camber of the axles, as well as “flat-tiring” the front left wheel.
Use a rubber-band with “Asparagus” imprinted on it to secure a Benchmade 520 Presidio pocketknife to the top for added weight.
2nd place - "Fast Red" for My Sweetie - a rare shot before all the wheels were lost