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Slot It Classics and Scalextric Inlines

March 17 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Slot It (and Policar) Classics

  • Any classic sports car in sidewinder configuration is eligible
  • Magnet must be removed
  • Body and chassis must remain standard
  • Rear view mirrors, windscreen wipers and aerials can be removed
  • No light weight interiors or body/chassis lightening allowed
  • Either the old 23k or newer 21k motors are legal
  • Pinion/Gear combination must be unchanged at 11:32
  • Rear hubs must be those as originally supplied
  • Any rubber tyre that fits the standard hub can be used branding must be visible on sidewall of tyre
  • Front tyres may be changed to low profile and can be glazed as required
  • Front wheels as supplied – front axle can be adjusted with grub screws
  • Standard guide can be replaced with the Slot It screw topped guide (ch85)
  • Ballast may be added but must be inside the car and securely attached

Free components

All screws, lead wire, eyelets, braid and spacers.

Charlie Whiting (R.I.P.) said, “If in doubt, if the rules do not mention it, consider it illegal.”

Scalextric Inlines

  • Any Scalextric car with an inline motor configuration is permitted
  • The magnet must be removed
  • Motor, gears and guide must be as originally supplied new
  • Where present, the bulge on the chassis underneath the gear can be removed
  • Any rubber tyre that fits the hub may be used (branding should be visible on the sidewall)
  • Front tyres may be low profile and glazed
  • Ballast may be added but must be inside the car and securely attached
  • Rear wing must be attached before any race start
  • Rear view mirrors, window wipers and aerials can be removed.
  • No light weight interiors or body/chassis lightening is allowed
  • Light sanding of the body and or chassis to give bodyrock is permitted
  • Tyre treatments are allowed but must be dry when placed on track

Free components

All screws, lead wire, braid and spacers.

Charlie Whiting (R.I.P.) said, “If in doubt, if the rules do not mention it, best consider it illegal.”