is creating RC Car Videos to Inspire Future Scientists & Engineers

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As a kid, I fell in love with Radio Controlled models. My family didn't have the means to buy me any of the good stuff, so I took apart anything I could find around the house to build all sorts of little creations. This inspired me to go to MIT and become an engineer.

My goal is to make cool videos that inspire young people (and the young at heart) to explore the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. I want to show them that the same concepts that allow you to build a high performance RC car can also enable you to build a real car, or aircraft, or electronics system, or anything their imagination can conjure... if they set their minds to it. 

I'm trying to create a community for the "RC Speed Geek" who wants to look a little deeper into why thing work (or don't work). I use my RC cars as teaching tools for a variety of physics/engineering concepts... and for just plain high speed fun!!!

Come on in and watch me break stuff, fix it, and break it again! You might even learn something along the way.

A little math never hurt anybody!

Please help to grow my on-line community. Feel free to cruise the content, learn, and tell me what you think. My goal is to eventually partner with High School & College STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) programs to make videos that help augment their lesson plans.

Please support the cause and share with anyone you feel may want to feed their inner ""RC Speed Geek."
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Building fast RC cars costs a lot of money. One of my core values is to use ingenuity to stretch my budget, but creativity can only go so far.

This goal is simply to boost my spare parts and replacement tires budget to keep the fleet going. Nothing fancy, just functional. 
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