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         Soap Box Derby:     more books (63)
  1. The Buttons at the Soap Box Derby (#12 in series) by Edith S McCall, 1961
  2. Soap-box Derby by Rosemary Weir, 1973-08-20
  3. Two Boys and a Soap Box Derby by C. Paul Jackson, 1958
  4. Soap Box Derby Racing by Sylvia A. Rosenthal, 1980-04
  5. Champions, Cheaters, and Childhood Dreams: Memories of the All-American Soap Box Derby by Melanie Payne, 2003-07-01
  6. I Want to Go to... The All-American Soap Box Derby Race by Kathy G. Johnson, 2003-07
  7. HARRISON Enters the Soap Box Derby: The Harrison Series by Becky Howard, 2010-04-19
  8. Winning ingredients for soap box derby racers by David Fulton, 1993
  9. San Francisco Museum of Modern Art artists' Soap Box Derby by SFMOMA, 1978
  10. Soap-box Derby
  11. The Buttons at the Soap Box Derby by McCall, Edith
  12. Soap-box Derby by Rosemary Weir, 1962
  13. Recurring Events Established in 1934: Thanksgiving Classic, Sun Bowl, Santa Maria Handicap, Miss Mississippi, Soap Box Derby
  14. Sports Illustrated July 23 1979 Nolan Ryan/California Angels on Cover, The Pan-Am Games, Jerilyn Britz/Women's Open Golf, San Franciso Artists' Soap Box Derby

Includes information about the organization, FAQ, rules, kit plans, news, technology, message forum, history, champs, and related links.
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71st All-American Soap Box Derby Post Race 70th All-American Soap Box Derby World Championships, Derby Downs...
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Sports Illustrated Kids: August 2006 issue follows Tyler Gallagher as he aims to capture the crown at the AASBD on July 22
Photo: 2007 Mainzer Photo Sales
Hotel Reservation: Radisson Hotel, Akron City Center Residence Inn, Akron West Courtyard, Akron Stow Best Western, North Canton
Video: "Miracle in Lane 2"
Book: "I Want to Go to... The All-American Soap Box Derby Race" 68th AASBD 2005 Coverage 69th AASBD 2006 Coverage Ultimate Speed Challenge ... How to Donate Site Search:

And a soap box derby it was christened back in 1933, when a Dayton . Chevy now owned all rights to the name AllAmerican soap box derby and its
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The week passed, and nineteen boys arrived at the site in suburban Dayton to contest for honors. One of the cars-which did not win the cup-personified Scottie's vision of a "Soap Box Derby" racer. Obviously handcrafted, painted black with a big white "7" on it, the racer had been built by Robert Gravett, son of a Dayton metal stamping plant employee. "Scottie" got his pictures-and "Old No. 7." as he christened it, would become the symbol of the Derby for the for the next thirty-five years. The race in Dayton was a huge success, with champions from thirty-four cities, each sponsored by a newspaper. A handicap system was introduced by Scott and his committee. Based on times in previous heats, a car thought to be vastly superior from Omaha, Nebraska was required to start down the 3/8 mile course 5.7 seconds behind one with baby carriage wheels built by Robert Turner of Muncie, Indiana. Another car with better times from Chattanooga, Tennessee started rolling 4.6 seconds after Turner. Neither was able to catch the chubby eleven-year-old lad from Indiana, who won the $500 first prize by 1.4 seconds.

3. Soap Box Derby - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
The soap box derby also called coaster car race1 is a youth soapbox car racing program which has been run nationally since 1934.
Soap Box Derby
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Jump to: navigation search This article includes a list of references or external links , but its sources remain unclear because it lacks in-text citations
You can improve this article by introducing more precise citations. 1984 Augusta, Georgia Champion An official Soap Box Derby racer from 1967 Senior Seifenkiste - Deutsches Seifenkisten Derby e.V. - soap box car from Germany The Soap Box Derby also called coaster car race is a youth soapbox car racing program which has been run nationally since . World Championship finals are held each July at Derby Downs in Akron, Ohio . Cars competing in this and related events are unpowered, relying completely upon gravity to move. The first All-American race was held in Dayton on August 19, , after an idea by Myron Scott , a photographer for the Dayton Daily News. The following year, the race was moved to Akron because of its central location and hilly terrain. In , Akron civic leaders recognized the need for a permanent track site for the youth racing classic and, through the efforts of the Works Progress Administration (WPA) Derby Downs became a reality.

4. Welcome To The Salem Soap Box Derby Web Site!
Includes calendar of events, results, information on the local track, FAQs, cars for sale, car assembly, and related links. Located in Oregon.
Thank you for visiting the Salem Soap Box Derby web site!! Salem All American Local
The 56th Salem All American Local race was held on Sunday, June 10th. The Salem Champions for 2007 are:
Stock: Amy Requa
Super Stock: Morgan Anderson
Masters: Ryan Fauser Next Salem Race
Next Northwest Rally Race
SSBDA Board of Directors
The next meeting of the Salem Soap Box Derby Association Board of Directors will be held on February 21st @ 7pm. Contact Chuck Fauser for more information. Directions and Lodging
Directions and lodging information for the Salem track can be found on our Track Directions page. Sponsors
The Salem Soap Box Derby Association would like to thank our sponsors.
Got Pictures? If you have pictures you would like to have added to our race day photo album, send them to the SSBD- WebMaster. Site Updates 01/23/08: Changed date of Salem AA Pre-Inspection on Schedule of Events page 01/17/08: Posted shedule updates. race results race results 09/12/07: Posted race flyers for September and October AA rallies to Schedule of Events page race results 08/29/07: Added September AA rally to Schedule of Events page race results . Updated AA rally points 06/04/06: Posted Best In The West Classic XII race results . Updated NDR rally points 04/17/05: Added pictures from the April 14-15 AA rally race to the Photos Page race results . Updated AA rally points race results . Updated AA rally points . Posted download of April AA Rally announcement on home page.

5. ClevelandSoapboxDerbyHome
Includes news, photo gallery, schedules, driver profiles, maps and links for this Ohio organization.
Racing is for Everyone
Cleveland boasts of the most diverse
racing community of all participating
cities. National qualifying races are
held for three individual groups:
Cleveland Area Race

Cleveland Suburbs, nearby counties
Cleveland Metro Race :

City of Cleveland Racers, Cleveland
Girls Clubs of Cleveland
Special Division Race :
Cleveland Area Racers requiring a co-driver to assist their racing activities Sponsor of the Month: (click) FREE Test Drives (for local families interested in Soapbox Racing) Please contact us a time for you to take a test drive during one of our upcoming races. Chris Dyer - President Dick Thornton - VP Check out our TRACK Download our brochure Interested in more information? Would you like a test drive on the track? Contact us: ON-LINE Feedback or email us at.... Comments: Email to Webmaster Who we are Cleveland has a rich history with Soap Box Derby Racing. We are one of three cities with races dating back to 1934. With our new track and strong sponsorship , we are always looking for new racers!

6. - Fredericksburg Regional Soap Box Derby
Levi Strauss Signature brand is the national title sponsor of the AllAmerican soap box derby and awards college scholarship money to the soap box derby
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7. Greater Washington Soap Box Derby 1k - Cached - Similar pages The Greater Rochester soap box derbyFeatures upcoming races, past results, photos, and sponsors. Located in New York.

8. Greater Youngstown Area Soap Box Derby
Youngstown soap box derby In the year 2000 the Youngstown race returned to the area after a long absence to enable our youth to enjoy the sport of soap
In the year 2000 the Youngstown race returned to the area after a long absence to enable our youth to enjoy the sport of soap box derby racing.
Supported locally by:
2008 Local Race
Saturday, June 21
Register Today!
Call (330)717-8661
2008 Local Race

Get the registration form here...

2007 Champions
Julia Castner - 2007 Stock Champion
Johanna Kuebler - 2007 Super Stock Champion Jarrod Shook - 2007 Masters Champion 2007 Local Race Completed See the results here... Website ® 2002- Directed Technologies, Inc.

9. Illegal Soap Box Derby 2007 On Bernal Heights Hill | Laughing Squid
The annual Illegal soap box derby 2007 takes place this Sunday! Sunday! Sunday! October 28th at 1pm on Bernal Heights Hill in San Francisco, where for over

10. Huntersville Soap Box Derby
Huntersville soap box derby where kids from ages 8 to 17 come to race in gravity powered cars. We hold both rally and local races.
Huntersville receives the 2007 Rally Race Champs Choice Award click for more info //new pausescroller(name_of_message_array, CSS_ID, CSS_classname, pause_in_miliseconds) new pausescroller(pausecontent, "pscroller1", "someclass", 3000) document.write("") //new pausescroller(pausecontent2, "pscroller2", "someclass", 2000) What is The Soap Box Derby A youth racing program for boys and girls between the ages of 8 and 17. This is a unique program that encourages close adult-youth activities while building and racing their gravity powdered car together. The youth are encouraged to do as much of the work as their ability will permit. Spending quality time together and having fun is the most important! Our Goal:
The Huntersville Soap Box Derby Chapter’s goal is to promote families working together, to have fun, and to teach youngsters some of the basic skills of workmanship, as well as the importance of sportsmanship commitment , and the perseverance to continue a project to completion. 2007 Local Racers
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11. Hopkinsville, Kentucky All American Soap Box Derby, Kiwanis Club
Includes general history of the sport, car and race sponsors, how to get started, registration information, divisions, results, and photos for this Kentucky
Home 2007 Photos 2007 Registration Form
The All-American Soap Box Derby
Hopkinsville, KY
3rd Annual Soapbox Derby Scheduled for June 13-14, 2008
2007 Winners - Click here for more pictures!
Super Stock Division
1st – Alex Terry, Enterprise Rent A Car
2nd – Chad Meade, Planters Bank
3rd – Dakota O’Steen, Max Fuel Chevron
4th –Jacob Crossett, Patriot Chevrolet Buick GMC
Stock Division
1st – Blake Meade, Planters Bank
2nd – Kendal Pryor, Hopkinsville Police Department
3rd – Dylan Austin, U.S. Bank 4th –Duncan Smith, United Southern Bank In addition to the winners, Soap Box Derby sponsor the Hopkinsville Kiwanis Club gave out a few other awards. Tynesia McFadden, AUSA No. 107, in the stock division and Emily Robertson, Jesco Electric No. 205, in the super stock division, were given the “Hard Luck” award. Zachary Hinton, Ruthann Ready No. 111, and Roger Waggoner, TGASK No. 202, got the “Smallest Driver” award. Haydon Hollimon, Hopkinsville Electric Service No. 117, Landon Nightingale, Hopkinsville Fire Department No. 209, were given “Most Spirited Design,” and Dale Robertson, Jesco Electric No. 104, and Jacob Crossett, Patriot Chevrolet No. 213, were given “Most Original Design.” “Best Decorated Car” went to Houston Grogan, Heritage Bank No. 219, and Jeffery Hensley, Fraternal Order of Eagles No. 224.

12. Central Florida Soap Box Derby
Central Florida soap box derby Blog. Let s Talk Derby Messages in blog 35 All American soap box derby Information. Access the All American SoapBox
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13. Mid-Coast Maine Soap Box Derby - Camden, Maine
Racing photographs, local winners, event descriptions, and contact information provided.

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Events Calendar Local Race Rally Racing ... Racing Gallery
R acers in the gates for the 2006 local
The Soap Box Derby is a youth racing program which has been run nationally since 1934. World Championship finals are held each August at Derby Downs in Akron, Ohio.
There are three racing divisions which compete at the national All-American competition. The Stock division is designed to give the first time builder a learning experience. Boys and girls,ages 8 through 17, compete in simplified cars built from kits purchased from the All-American.
The Super Stock division gives the competitor an opportunity to expand their knowledge and build a more advanced model. Both of these beginner levels make use of kits and shells available from the All American.
The Masters division offers boys and girls, ages 10 through 17, an advanced class of racer in which to try their creativity and design skills. Master entrants can build a laydown or lean forward style car from scratch, or they may purchase a Masters Kit and Senior Speedster fiberglass body shell from the All-American as options.

14. Louisville Soap Box Derby
Provides rules, race divisions, registration information, sponsors, Louisville champions, and general history of the derby. Race held in Kentucky in June.
Louisville Soap Box Derby

15. Kansas City Soap Box Derby
The Kansas City soap box derby has been holding races since 1947. soap box derby is a racing program for boys and girls ages 720.


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The Kansas City Soap Box Derby has been holding races since 1947. Soap Box Derby is a racing program for boys and girls ages 7-20. With the help of a parent or another adult, kids build their own gravity-powered race car which they drive themselves. Soap Box Derby builds close parent/child relationships and teaches building skills, perseverance and good sportsmanship.
The Kansas City Soap Box Derby Track is located at 4600 Eastern Ave., Kansas City, MO, just southwest of the Sports Complex. See map. It is one of the fastest tracks in the country. Cars generally reach speeds of up to 30 mph at the finish line.
On race day, competitors will only race against cars in their own division. The drivers will draw numbers to determine who their first opponent will be. A race (heat) against an opponent consists of two runs (phases) down the hill. In the first phase, a timer at the finish line will measure the time difference in thousandths of a second as the two cars cross the finish line. Then the cars and drivers will be brought back to the top of the hill where they will switch lanes and wheels with their opponent and race again. The times will be totaled to determine the winner of the heat. The races are double elimination events, so drivers must lose two heats to be out of the race.
  • Registration is $30 per day/$20 per day per sibling.

16. Columbia River Soap Box Derby Association
An annual event held in Washington State. Information includes local events, results, sponsors and links.

Includes news, event schedules, photo gallery, race results, local track information, and links.

18. Index Artist Soap Box Derby Artists' Soapbox Kingston NY
about entry form photos rules results. Poster design by Richard Geddis. Donskoj Company 93 Broadway Kingston, NY 12401
Kingston, New York

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19. Detroit Metro Soap Box Derby
soap box derby Rules Buy / Sell Used Racers Join Our Email List Official DMSBD Font Frequently Asked Questions. Visitor Number. Hit Counter.
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20. BB&T All-American Soap Box Derby | Bowling Green, KY
Welcome to the Area Bank All American soap box derby Site where you can find information regarding the race, its cars, philosphy and schedules.
Bowling Green, Kentucky
The third largest Soap Box Derby Race City in the World!

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... Us Same name, same great race! The Kiwanis Club of Bowling Green is pleased that is again the title sponsor of the 2008 On Saturday, May 17th, we will conduct our eleventh anniversary All-American Soap Box Derby at the Kiwanis Soap Box Derby Track located at Phil Moore Park. Click on the links to the left for more information! If you would like to see the joy of Soap Box Racing, please check out our Photo Gallery . Also, take a look at a recent article from about the Soap Box Derby. NOTE: THERE WILL NOT BE A MASTER'S CLASS RACE THIS YEAR
There are many new car regulations from Akron. If your car doesn't meet these rules you will not be allowed to race. There won't be time day of race to make exceptions or allow you extra time to resolve the issues. Please refer to Akron's site for information:

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