Jelle Bakker of Jelle’s Marble Runs recently used a 1,244-foot track, which he built back in 2015, to host his epic four-part World Cup Marble Race 2016. 40 marbles represented 40 different countries as they flew through the massive track and competed to take home the world cup win. We previously wrote about the 750-foot sand race track that Jelle built-in the Netherlands.
The first round of the World Cup Marble Race 2016, 40 countries will participate to win the world cup. This video contains only the first round, consisting of 4 races with a bonus race. In the bonus race, the lost countries will race again to win a consolation prize.