ALL IN THE PALM OF YOUR HAND
I started making replica racetracks because I love MotoGP. I wanted to be transported to my favorite races. To feel closer to a place or maybe even a time. In the end, I thought it would be neat to hold my favorite tracks in the palm of my hand. After I did that, it became the tagline for the entire business. You really feel connected to the track when you’re holding it, especially when you can see all of it's undulations. It makes you want to see a race even more, so I guess it feeds the obsession!
HOW THE TRACKS ARE MADE
For the most part, I use industrial 3D printers to produce my designs - though some mass produced models are made traditionally using molds and resin.
Utilizing 3D printing allows me to continuously iterate and improve on my designs. Whenever I get better track telemetry I can make an even better replica. That immediacy is one of the things that makes 3D printing great.
It also allows me to customize tracks for fans.
MEET THE FOUNDER
"My particular passion is MotoGP. When I came up with the idea of making these tracks, all I really wanted to do were the circuits on the current MotoGP calendar. That’s how it started.”
Founder and Designer
3D-Racetracks makes the kind of cool, unique, and affordable racetrack souvenirs that founder Jeremy Burnich always wanted. Topographic track models are designed by him using the best telemetry he can acquire and manufactured using the latest commercial 3D printers. Made by a fan so that other fans can, “Hold your favorite track in the palm of your hand.”