AKRON - The winners have been announced after Saturday's 76th annual All-American Soap Box Derby in Akron.
More than 500 boys and girls from all over the world, inlcuding the United States, Canada, Japan and New Zealand participated.
This year's winners include:
Stock Division: 13-year-old Macaila Ziolkowski of Pittsburgh, PA.
Racers (ages 7-13) compete in cars built from kits, which assist the Derby novice by providing a step-by-step assembly of a basic style car.
Super Stock Division: 14-year-old Bryce Volpe of Mentor, OH.
Racers (age 9-17) have the opportunity to expand their knowledge and build a larger, heavier model car, also from a kit.
Masters Division: 16-year-old Jay Warnick of Drayden, MD.
Racers(age 10-17) have the opportunity to build a more sophisticated designed-style car in this advanced class of racing.
Rally Stock Division: 9-year-old Erin Donovan of Eagleville, PA.
Rally Super Stock Division: 14-year-old Ricky Desens of Webster, NY.
Rally Masters Division: 16-year-old Melanie Kohout of Geneva, IL.
Ultimate Speed Division: 20-year-old Anne Taylor of Neligh, NE.
Racers (age 16-20) is a team competition staged during championship week in Akron. Cars are innovative and must meet safety regulations. Drivers are 16 through 20 and must have competed in previous All-American races in Akron.
For more information you can visit www.aasbd.org
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