We've all been there. You purchase a specialty power tool in a moment of weakness because it was on sale or because you just read an article about how it is one of the top 50 tools that every DIYer should own. You convince yourself that you'll use is constantly for this or that project, but in reality, it just sits in the corner of your garage collecting dust. For me, that impulse buy was a belt sander. So what is a power tool owner with buyer's remorse supposed to do? After a quick Google search for "new uses for a belt sander," I was introduced to the world of belt sander racing. You have to see it to believe it.