Road & Track Is Teaming Up With Hot Wheels to Find Its Next Fan-Designed Die-Cast Car

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Hot Wheels is holding its annual Legends Tour this year, beginning its search for its next fan-inspired die-cast car. The Tour has gone virtual for 2020, and Road & Track is proud to be teaming up with Hot Wheels to be one of its “stops” on the tour. Think you […]

Hot Wheels is holding its annual Legends Tour this year, beginning its search for its next fan-inspired die-cast car. The Tour has gone virtual for 2020, and Road & Track is proud to be teaming up with Hot Wheels to be one of its “stops” on the tour. Think you have what it takes to design a car for the storied die-cast brand?



a group of people riding on the back of a car: You can be the next Hot Wheels car designer.


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You can be the next Hot Wheels car designer.

Submit your designs here, and make sure to tune in to Road & Track’s YouTube page on September 10 at 8 p.m. eastern to watch the judging panel LIVE.

The Hot Wheels Legends Tour is now on its third year, and this time around, it’s set to be bigger than ever. The Road & Track “stop,” hosted by motorsports ambassador Jarod DeAnda, will feature professional drifter Vaughn Gittin Jr., Road & Track editor-in-chief Mike Guy, and Hot Wheels designers Steve Vandervate and Mark Jones. There’s also going to be special appearances from professional drifter Pat Long.; DJ Skee, owner of DASH radio; and actor Paxton Booth. In addition to the judging, fans will be shown new Hot Wheels models available for purchase.

The finalists from each of the “stops” on Hot Wheels’ virtual tour will come together at the Virtual Grand Finale, set to go down in November. From August 27 to September 8, participants can submit photos and videos of their custom builds here for the chance to have their design included in the September 10 livestream.

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