Thursday, December 25, 2008

Your Christmas present is a post that's NOT about IATTAR

First, a suction cup gun

Wednesday, December 24, 2008

And some more for Good Measure

Henrik Sniffar"s "Leech" is a very speedy racer that could never hold enough fuel for an entire race. So, Henrik puts the pedal to the plastic and when he catches up to another racer he uses the suction cup to hang on till the end of the race, and then he pops off and speeds past the finish line.

The legendary pilot known simply as "Ned" has a large selection of racers but his favorite is this retrofitted antique called 32. Its designed for wide open tracks where speed is key. In a crowded race when too many racers are jockeying for the lead, he can simply rev the engines and zip through to the front because most of his racer is in the air.

Tuesday, December 23, 2008

More IATTAR Track Racers

Here are 2 more track racers that i designed.

Monday, December 22, 2008

Slug Lights

This is my new IATTAR racer, Slug Lights. It's story:

Colonel Harding and a few close friends, fans of IATTAR racing, wanted to compete but were put off by how dangerous the tracks were, and the sheer amount of vehicles driving simultaneously. They started their own league, which took place underwater, called IATTAUR, or Interplanetary Association of Tracked & Thrust Assisted Underwater Racing. They were sued soon after by the original racing association for patent infringement, and were forced to shut down. Colonel Harding kept his prized racer called "Slug Lights", though, which is why you see it here today.

IATTAR Track Racers

Here are some track racers designed by me..

Sunday, December 21, 2008


Here is my first attempt at one of the aforementioned wheel-less racers:

Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Forget Wheels!

It seems that yet again, someone has come up with another weird and wonderful racing fad: IATTAR track racing! Designed by Nnenn, many racer wannabes are showing up with their creations and more is sure to follow.
I am currently working on a couple.....

Monday, December 1, 2008

Go Miniman Go!

Reader Scarlett emailed me this, a cool thing on the GO MINIMAN GO website, Mini you. Check it out!