Winners all round at Club Car competition

 Participants watch their cars cross the finish line in the East Kootenay Club Car competition. - Photo submitted
Participants watch their cars cross the finish line in the East Kootenay Club Car competition.
— image credit: Photo submitted


Scouts Canada recently held their East Kootenay Club Car Classic competition at the Cranbrook Mall. Here are the results of the competition that saw scouts from the region and the U.S. showing off the results of their labours.

• Fastest Car (First) - Charlie Nelson - Sand Creek 1st - Car 14

• Fastest Car (Second) - Sheldon Wesman - Sand Creek 1st - Car 20

• Fastest Car (Third) - Eithan Press - Sand Creek 1st - Car 35

• Best Fuel Economy - none of the races had an obvious slow car

• Best Design - Georga Polomski - Kimberley 1st - Car 47

• Most Original Design - Mayson Roelofs - Cranbrook 4th - Car 40

• Best Workmanship - Aiden Shortridge - Cranbrook 5th - Car 16

• Best Detail - Jessica Gareau - Kimberley 1st - Car 48

• Most Realistic Looking Car  - Jacob Barr - Sand Creek 1st - Car 42

• Most Aerodynamic Car - Tyson Danner - Cranbrook 5th - Car 2

• Smoothest Finish - Emma Andrews - Kimberley 1st - Car 10

• Best Driver in the Car - Jacob Metzler - Cranbrook 4th - Car 29

• Cub’s Choice ( Tie) - Harper Harris - Cranbrook 5th - Car 9 and - Kieran Roelofs - Cranbrook 4th - Car 50

• Judges’ Choice - Gabe Miller - Cranbrook 5th - Car 8.

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