Chances are that you never built tracks this epic as a kid.
The worst part about gender norms is that they prevented girls (most, not all) from enjoying Hot Wheels. The replica toy cars and the awesome orange tracks were a part of growing up for just about every American boy. Almost all boys dabbled in Hot Wheels track creation, but none of those tracks were as epic as the ones featured in these videos. These clips showcase some of the most insane Hot Wheels and Darda Cars tracks ever built. Continue below to see everything from a 2,000-foot track to the world's largest Hot Wheels loop.
Okay, so technically these are Darda Cars (toy cars with wind-up motors), but that doesn't make the track that the Darda Brothers created any less epic. The track they created on the ping-pong table is easily one of the craziest every built.
Were you creative enough to build a Hot Wheels track with six loops and two jumps when you were eight? Scratch that, did you even have enough track as an eight-year-old to build a course like this?
This clip shows just how awesome a five-level Hot Wheels track can be. Spoiler alert: It's pretty epic.
If you believe the description in this video, then this is the world's biggest Hot Wheels loop. Whether that's true or not is debatable, but what isn't debatable is that the sound needs to be muted in order for this video to be fully enjoyed.
The best part about this video is not the epic, 2,000-foot Hot Wheels track. No, the best part of this clip is that it helps raise awareness for Hope for Gabe, a non-profit designed to fight Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy.