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Power Wheels are great and all, but they don't have a whole ton of power, really.
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The Power Wheels Racing series is simple: Take any Power Wheels vehicle, modify it, and race it. I think I'm pretty sure my kids like this, but I don't know that they like it as much as we like it. Crazy/reckless/awesome dad Richard Whelan saw fit to change that, and with the DIY addition of a brushless motor to his daughter's pink Mini Cooper, he made a Power.
The all-electric series results in last-minute, hacked-together racing machines of dubious quality, questionable safety, and spectacular entertainment.
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Welcome to the Power Racing Series, where makers modify Power Wheels and Little Tikes cars for a series of races that includes a road course, drag race, and endurance race.
When Vlad and his crew were finally ready to go out and test drive their creation, the nails held up pretty well. Watch as they cruise around a frozen parking lot, having all sorts of crazy fun: Sure beats sledding! A new program for children with that swaps wheelchairs with souped-up power wheels disabilities is picking up speed in the Chicago Using specially adapted power wheel cars can help children with mobility needs play independently of their parents and learn how to.