Red bull is here with the world’s one of the wildest street racing competitions; Red Bull Soapbox Race, making its Indian debut in Mumbai on December 2nd 2012. Fuelled by creativity and competitive fun, Red Bull Soapbox Race is a unique non-motorized racing event which challenges both experienced racers and amateurs alike. The task is to design and build imaginative, human-powered soapbox machines and compete against the clock in a downhill race course featuring jumps, bumps and curves.
Spice up the traffic on Mumbai roads and celebrate the street life of this cosmopolitan city by building your own quirky soapbox. Here is what you need to do to be a part of Soapbox Race history, the procedure includes the below steps:
Junkies, who will then convert their paper sketches into a real soapbox. Red Bull will support the participants with expert tips for this round-the-clock soapbox construction, to ensure that the car is good enough to whiz down the race track on D-day. The Red Bull Soapbox Race has travelled to 77 cities across 40 countries. Red Bull Soapbox Race vehicles range from realistic replicas to anything that the imagination can conjure up. Past cars have included a piano, a baby carriage, a rodeo clown, a massive cob of corn, a jail cell and the Golden Gate Bridge. To gain more showmanship points, participants often wear outrageous costumes, act out skits, and create their own music soundtracks for the race.