BROOKLYN - Slot car racing may be an old pastime, but people of all ages are enjoying it in Kensington.
The number of tracks has dwindled in the city over the years, but 88-year-old Frank "Buzz" Perry, who owns Buzz-A-Rama on Church Street, says his tracks aren't going anywhere. He first opened the slot car site in 1965.
"In the first two years of when I was open, there were 45 places like this in the whole city of New York," says Perry. "And now? Now, I am the lone survivor."
Buzz-A-Rama has some loyal fans, and among them are grandfathers, fathers and young children. Workers say that people of all ages and experience levels are welcome to come in for some old fashioned fun.