Yes because if there's more weight, the skateboard will go faster. Less weight it will go slower.
it goes faster
the friction between the wheels and the surface of the ground affect the speed of the skateboard. fo instance if you ride the skateboard on a smooth surface (with less friction) the skateboard will go faster.
Weight wouldn't effect speed but it would effect how quick it would get up to speed.
In discussing weight, we are assessing the weight of the rider, not the skateboard itself. . In a frictionless world, weight has no impact on the speed of a skateboard. In the real world, more weight means more inertia, which means the friction of the wheels have a proportionately less impact on a heavy skateboarder compared to a light skateboarder. Therefore, a heavy skateboarder will coast a further distance on level terrain, or will go faster down a hill, compared to a light skateboarder.
It would affect its speed because the weight of the car is gonna slow it down
The weight, aerodynamics, horse power and gear ratios all affect the speed of an automobile.