Join us on June 11th for the annual Soap Box Derby on The Hill. For the past 15 years, The Hill has served as the host for the event and registration is now open! To register, visit: REGISTER HERE
The organizers are also looking for volunteers for the event. For more information or to sign-up to be a volunteer, visit: REGISTER TO VOLUNTEER
The All-American Soap Box Derby is a youth racing program which has run nationally since 1934. The regional St. Louis race has been held each June on The Hill for over 15 years, and is hosted by the St. Louis Jaycees. Winners of each division of the St. Louis regional race are eligible to move on to the World Championship finals, which is held each August at Derby Downs in Akron, Ohio. Here, hundreds of kids will compete for 1 week to crown the All-American Soap Box Derby World Champion.
The All-American Derby youth program is administered by International Soap Box Derby, Inc., An Akron-based non-profit corporation that seeks to inspire good sportsmanship and work to ensure races are safe, fun, and fair.
The Regional All-American Soap Box Derby is open to all kids between 7 and 18 years of age, but is capped at 50 racers each year. To be eligible for the regional race, racers must have an official AASBD Soap Box car and wheels, or purchase a kit and wheels from the All-American Soap Box Derby(below). Additionally, there is a $100 registration fee for the St. Louis regional race. Racers in the St. Louis race will receive a derby t-shirt, a participation trophy, and will compete for great prizes and eligibility in the national competition.