Cadillac Racing had a pretty good season in 2017, so to celebrate, they've turned Cadillac House into a crazy RC race car track.

It's an interactive racing exhibition based on 1980s Japanese Mini Yonku mini four-wheel drive model building and racing. Come visit Cadillac House, the brand's experience showroom in NYC, and you can buy, build, and customize your own Tamiya Mini4WD. Once it's ready, take it for a run around the massive indoor track. Or, you can bring your own and race that.

To give you inspiration for your own design, there will be art cars on display from more than 20 artists. They've built their own minicars, including one that looks like most of a lobster. Or a dinosaur. We're really not quite sure.

If you're ready for some big cars, Cadillac will have a few of those too. Like the No. 10 and No.31 Cadillac DPi-V.Rs that won the IMSA Weathertech Sportscar championship and the Tequila Patron North American Endurance Championship, respectively. Along with the Pirelli World Challenge SprintX championship winning ATS-VR, and a roadgoing CTS-V in a special new color.

The Visionaire Racing display is open from November 16th to January 15th. Show up on Sundays in December and you can qualify for a showdown that's happening in January.