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Team Mascot & Drag Racer



Team Mascot & Lego Drag Racer is a great activity to bring out the sense of play and creativity in your team!

Objective: This short, focused low-budget team building event draws out your group’s natural creativity, then stirs up some fun and frenzied competition.

There are two parts: first, your group is divided into smaller teams. Using a variety of recyclable materials, teams build and name their own mascots. Because naturally, everyone needs a mascot when they’re about to create a record-breaking dragster out of classic toy building bricks. The race itself provides the big finish, with points awarded for creativity, originality and of course speed. A great activity that gives everyone a way to contribute.


  • Connect teams
  • Encourage innovation and creativity
  • Have fun

Recommended Group Size: 12 to 20+ participants

Program Length: 45 minutes to 2 hours

Energy Levels: Medium
Ease of Delivery: Easy


What Do I Get?


  • Quick Start Guide– Follow this guide, and you can easily be running this program in next to no time.
  • Activity Running Sheet– This will help you stage a smooth event.
  • Instructional Videos– This makes everything so easy. See how the team building activity works, what props you need and how to set it up.
  • Step-by-Step Written Instructions– Following these clear instructions will help make sure you don’t miss a thing.
  • Checklists– A handy to-do list covering the before, during and after of your event.
  • Activity Brief Rules Sheet–Simply print out and use as a guide to run the activity.
  • All printable props– Simply print out and you’re ready to go.

When do I get it?

A Teambonding member will be in contact with you within 48 hours with your purchase/ information.


There are a few things that you’ll want to arrange in advance to make your event a total success:

  • Event Staff – We recommend 1-2 staff to run this activity.
  • Activity Props– A large table, along with some recycled junk, i.e. ice cream cartons, milk bottles etc.
  • Room/Space– You’ll need a room big enough to give each team room to work on their cars and mascots, plus space for a race track at the front of the room.
  • Music and Mic– Music is a great way to get participants excited. If you’re working with a large group, a microphone is a great tool to help you hold their attention.
  • Basic Props and Fun Prizes– Purchase some fun novelty prizes for each team. We provide you with some fun and easy ideas.