Any self-proclaimed Hot Wheels fanatic has surely built some sort of wall track in their house, but, like the ones from our childhoods, we're guessing it never involved repelling down the side of a seven-story building. Back in May, Hot Wheels built an epic wall track on the side of an apartment building, and now the toy maker has released a video of the track, which it claims is the world's highest.

Constructed for the BCN Fan Fest during the Spanish Grand Prix in Barcelona, the repeating sections of track were assembled on the ground and then raised into place where they were connected to each other. Oddly, no official height was given for the track, but you can scroll down to watch a video of it being built and, of course, used. The video is in Spanish, but the thrill of rolling tiny cars down a huge track is universal.


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      zakgee
      • 1 Year Ago
      Remember when hot wheels would do loops and jumps and stuff? Those were the days.
      Narom
      • 1 Year Ago
      Oh hotwheels, you so crazy.
      btulliani
      • 1 Year Ago
      Wow!!!! Holy smokes.......what a tremendous achievement! How am I going to sleep tonight. Not!
      Danny G
      • 1 Year Ago
      The track is 18m/59ft tall, as per the video.
      lars
      • 1 Year Ago
      Dull... They should have used: a: other parts as well and not only one version multiplied b: make an exciting track from the top not straight down but across the building. Here all the "exciting" is the cut of the video. And I don't like it.
      imoore
      • 1 Year Ago
      I'm a Matchbox fan, actually, but I do collect Hot Wheels on occasion. That said, I'd love to give some of my Hot Wheels a shot on this track. I'll bet my Custom AMX could handle this set-up with no problems.
      Comeback Kid
      • 1 Year Ago
      that was a disappointment. Should've added some creativity to it.