Sponsored by Yates


Who has the
fastest pumpkin?


#1. Your racer must be no wider than 35cm (350mm)
including its wheels to fit down the track.

#2. Your pumpkin racer must be made
with only one pumpkin (store bought is fine)

#3. Two independent axles must be placed
through the pumpkin

#4. You may not attach your pumpkin onto a pre-fabricated  chassis of any kind (skateboard, stroller, Tonka truck, etc.

#5. No pushing or “helping” your pumpkin down the track,
let gravity do its thing

Easy to build

 Fun for the 
whole Family


  • Axles can either be metal or doweling

  • For best results make sure both axles are parallel

  • Any sized wheel can be used, just make sure the whole pumpkin racer is within the size limit mentioned below.

  • To help prevent the pumpkin going bad, it is advisable to add the wheels and axles the night before or the morning of the carnival.  Coating any exposed pumpkin flesh in Vaseline will slow down any rotting.