Northeast Nebraska high schools gathered Saturday for a car race, made of original vehicles.
Saturday, May 1st 2021, 7:44 PM CDT
WAYNE — High school students in Nebraska built their own functional cars entirely on their own, with the interception of a coach only when they were going to build something unsafe.
“Like if the seatbelt wouldn’t work,” explained power drive coach Tony Cantrell. He’s been in the business of car racing for decades, having competed himself at Wayne State College.
But the talent doesn’t stop there. The kids then compete in these tiny machines, under the hot sun, with the pressure of their whole school watching, zooming around for hours.
Participants of the sport enjoy creating and designing…