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Baltimore Kinetic Sculpture Race
2010 Race Report: Got Milk



Here's a Sculpture!
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Got Milk?

It took some figuring, but the Got Milk sculpture consisted of a woman pushing the two pilots in a stroller, which the Kelly family of Falls Church who created it described it as “a journey to find milk”.

They were closely following the front-runner Going to Hell sculpture for most of the race, so when the other team broke down they soared ahead of the pack to win the Speed award.


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  4. Chessie
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  8. The Creature from the Landsdowne Lagoon
  9. The Moderately Famished Caterpillar
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  2. Safari Attack
  3. Scrum Roll Racer
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  5. Jemicy’s Veke Versa Boat, Squid Man, Kraken, Cabrena Octopus & Calamari
  6. T-Wrecks
  7. Got Milk
  8. Carver Cobra II
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