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Moncton held its annual APEGNB Soapbox Derby over the weekend bringing nearly 40 drivers out to the event, but it was a real-life “Masked Crusader” and his devoted father that really cleaned up at the event.

“He’s my son and I would go over the top for my son anytime,” said Robichaud Gautreau.

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Robichaud and his son Brandon Gautreau spent three longs weeks huddled in their secret imaginary “Batcave” to build a soapbox car “Batmobile. The dynamic duo believed their car was worthy of the one and only dark knight himself.

“When we were kids that is all we watched was Batman and Spiderman and the car fit into the Batman material and we went with it.” said Robichaud.

“I just like Batman, he is my favorite superhero.” said Brandon

The boys say they spared no expense.

“We have a satellite radio and a C.B. radio and a tube running up that he can actually drink from when he is driving.  He’s got horns he’s got bells and I was even going to give him a head of nails if he wasn’t winning and then he would spin out” says Robichaud.

He was joking of course, Robichaud opted out on the nails and to getting behind the wheel too.

“I will leave that to him, I am over the 200 (lb) weight limit”

The right of competing was reserved for Brandon’s alter-ego, the “Caped Crusader” himself. For the races Brandon, was in full costume, confident that he and his teammate would clean up at the derby.

The dynamic duo’s hard work paid off, the “Bat” and his mobile cleaned up, winning all four races and the contest for the most creative ride.

But Brandon says his dad is the real super hero for putting so much effort into building him the car in the first place.

Robichaud says it was the time spent with his son Brandon to build their prized car that was the most precious prize of all.

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