LOADING WARS - DON'T DO THIS AT WORK! FORKLIFT FIGHTS | RC GAME SHOW (S2 E24)

THIS IS A FURIOUS BATTLE between two trucks that have some time in the Loading Wars arena! These forklifts go head to head to see which driver is able to load up, and get out of the yard before their opponent does. This is not an easy battle though as game show competitors - Cody (Black and Blue Truck), & Mikal (Black Extended Cab), have no choice but to pit them selves against each other and fight it out to the very end. We love to see these kind of competitions.. as they always get the imagination going wild.. and the adrenaline pumping!


There is a CATCH! DO NOT GET A PENALTY

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RULES:
1) Everything is a RACE
2) Do not ever touch any Yellow & Black block(s)
3) Do not roll over the Yellow & Black tape with a tire
4) You can not lose any cargo on a pallet (Incl. Trailer / Rack / Forklift)
5) You can not bump into any equipment (including a pallet rack! - unless attempting to load a pallet - in which case a forward bump is OK.)
8) Forklifts must be returned to their square with forks on ground to leave the yard
9) Forklifts ARE ALLOWED to Forklift "FIGHT" with a competitor if they are not loaded with a pallet. (or, if BOTH Forklift HAVE pallets, they can bump each other)
10) Penalties are not Punishment - They are FUN!

Penalty:

1) Move One Bucket of Crushed Rock ( minimum 1 Tbsp) from one Dump Truck, to the other!. This will not be easy

STRATEGY IS KEY & First one to leave the yard successfully, WINS!

This game is all about friends having fun, and though it looks like we take this very seriously.. we all know we are here to have a good time on a weekend with buds :) If we miss a penalty, its not a big deal to us.. becuase we do the very best we can to call them as we see them!

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