Elevated Raceway

Group size 12 – 500+ participants
Team size 4 – 8 people
Best venue – Indoor & Outdoor
Activity level – Medium
This event can complement any training program whereby the concepts.
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What is Elevated Raceway?

This is an interesting program complete with problem solving, creativity and a high entertainment factor. Teams will work together to build a “high speed” racetrack fit for a speedy remote control car (or truck). Upon completion of the track, teams will then put their remote control cars to the test and race them to the finish line.

Charitable version available: Meals on Wheels (food donation)

How does it work?

  • Teams – the group will be split into smaller teams where each team is responsible for a section of the racetrack. Depending on group size, the race track should have 3-5 sections, each 4 to 6ft long. Teams will be given a set of starting materials to begin including cardboard, bamboo, LED lights and strings, banners, paper etc.
  • Engineering – The collective group will be given a certain criteria which they will have to fulfill. For example, the track must include things like a jump, a ramp, a draw bridge, a drop or a hole. The group will have to figure out who is responsible for which project. Remember, each section of the track must connect with the next section!
  • Race Time – The group gets to see whether or not they have delivered on their project promise. Is the track complete? Is it engineered for safe transportation of vehicles? Do the bridges and ramps work?
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Key Outcomes & Benefits:

  • Project execution
  • Effective delegation of responsibilities
  • Project management
  • Time management
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