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Slot It SICA03i Porsche 962C LH #9 Le Mans 1990 ‘Mizuno’
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The Porsche 962 was a sport-prototype racing car created to replace the already successful Porsche 956, in order to allow Porsche to race in the Americans IMSA and WSC Group C competitions. It was one of the most successful racing cars ever and it won several competitions all over the world:
- World Sport-Prototype Championship in 1985/86
- 24h Le Mans in 1986/87 and 1994
- IMSA GTP Championship in 1985/86/87/88
- 24h Daytona in 1985/86/87, 1989 and 1991
- 12h Sebring in 1985/86/87/88
The engine was a boxer, 6 cylinders, with two turbos, liquid-cooled, 4 valves per cylinder, double overhead camshaft. On the 3 factory cars entered in the ’24 Hours’ in 1988, displacement had been increased to 3 liters. In those years, cars used ‘long’ shaped tails to have the less possible drag on the ‘Les Hunaudières’ straight. During qualifying, the works 962C reached a maximum speed of 391 kph. This car raced at Le Mans in 1990 in the blue and white livery of sponsor Mizuno and was driven by Louis Krages, Stanley Dickens, Bob Wollek.
Slot.it SICA22D Lola B10/60 #12 LeMans 2010
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The Swiss Rebellion Racing team engaged two Lola B10/60 at the Le Mans 24 Hours 2010; the number 13 was driven by Nicolas Prost, Neel Jani and Marco Andretti. the Lola B10/60 was created to compete in the LMP1 category, according to the ACO regulations. Lola has built cars for Le Mans since 1999; even the factory MG and Aston Martin cars were designed by the English constructor. In 2008, Lola was the first to offer a Coupe design available to privateer teams. The chassis monocoque and the gearbox housing are made of carbon fiber composite. The suspension is push-rod on both the front and the rear axle, with springs operated via rockers. Gearbox X-track 6 speeds, operated via paddle shift. Brakes have 4 pistons AP Racing calipers and carbon vented rotors. The Lola was powered by a Judd GV 5.5 liter V10 Judd with 4 valves per cylinder and double overhead camshaft. Displacement was 5.5 liters and weight 135 kilograms; the maximum power, with the two air restrictors required by the Rules, is 650 hp at 7000 rpm.
1/32 scale slot car, ready to run on all 1/32 scale non-digital slot car tracks. 1/32 scale slot car. New guide design offers greater strength in the guide mounting and should help prevent broken chassis due to impacts or limit-of-travel stresses on the guide.
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Slot It SICA27B Matra Simca MS670B 24h Le Mans 1974
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The Matra-Simca MS 670 was a Prototype race car that won the Le Mans 24 Hours 3 times in a row (from 1972 to 1974) as well as the World Manufacturers Championship twice (1973 and 1974). The car was designed by Bernard Boyer and Jean-Louis Caussin. The long tail version, designed in ’74 for Le Mans, was still called ‘670 B’, ‘B’ being the distinctive letter of all Matras that were fitted with the Porsche 5-speed gearbox.The chassis was an aluminium monocoque, with fiberglass body.
The engine was a 3-litres V12 at 60°, with aluminium block and head; bore was 79.7 mm and stroke 50.0 mm. Its sound was extremely loud. The version used in ’74 for Le Mans was the ‘MS 73’, with a maximum torque of 320 Nm at 8400 rpm, reaching a maximum power of 450 HP at 10500 rpm. On the Mulsanne straight the car could top 320 kph. Brakes had Girling ventilated discs, all-round; in 1974, the rear brakes were moved inboard. Rims dimensions were 13” x 11” at front and 15” x 15” at rear. The car weighted 693 kg. There were three ‘670 B’s racing in Le Mans in 1974. Number 9 was driven by Jean-Pierre Jabouille and François Migault.
Slot It SICA35A Alfa Romeo 155 V6 Ti 1993 no.7 Hockenheimring DTM
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This new breed of Slot.it racers includes the finest reproduction of the amazing cars that raced in the German Touring Car Championship in the early ninties.
The cars in this series are inline, with a new motor (MX15, 21000 RPM / 150g*cm @12V) and motor pod (inline offset 0.5), and are all can be upgraded with the Slot.it 4wd system.
Slot It SICA35D Alfa Romeo 155 V6 T1 ‘Castrol’ n.26
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The Alfa Romeo 155 V6 TI is a racing car built to race in the DTM (Deutsche Tourenwagen Meisterschaft) series in 1993. At that time the German Touring Car Championship was the peak of technology for touring car racing, and it reserved for cars of Class 1 (first division or D1). The rules mandated cars with an engine displacement of 2.5 liters and 6 cylinders at most, derived from approved models and produced in no less than 25,000 units. The rules allowed deep changes to the car, provided that the external lines were maintained.
When Alfa Romeo introduced its 420 bhp, four-wheel drive 155, the more conventional rear-wheel drive Mercedes 190 couldn’t matched Alfa’s performance. In 1993, the Italian car dominated the category, winning 12 races out of 20 with its the two factory drivers, thus winning both drivers and constructors titles. To date, the Alfa Romeo 155 is the only non-German car to have won a DTM championship.
We Made A Special Search And Found Three Of The Extraordinary Hand-Made Le Mans Miniatures Cast Resin Kits. These Are Not Ready To Race But The Bodies Are Painted And All Of The Decals To Recreate Their Markings Are Included So You Can Complete The Model.
LeMans Miniatures 132006KP Audi R8 LeMans 2004, PAINTED KIT (C)
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The First New Race Sets Of The Season Include One Of The Best Wireless App Sets And One Of The Least Expensive Sets —The Easiest Way To Get Started Racing.
Scalextric C1369 International Super GT Set
75 x 52 inch area, 190-inch lap length
These two rugged GT sports cars are ready to hit the track on one of four different layout configurations. Perfect for younger racers, the cars are Super Resistant and ready to withstand even the most intense races. Both hand controllers also have adjustable power settings to allow young racers to stay on track.
4 Multiple Track layouts
2 x Speed Limiter Hand Controller
GT Neon No.26 GT Car
LMP Cobolt No.11 GT Car
6 x Radius 2 90 Curve
4 x Radius 2 45 Curve
2 x Hand throttle with Speed Limiter
4 x Braid Plates
Scalextric C1359 ARC Air 24h Le Mans Set – Porsche 911 RSR
95 x 95 inch area, 268 inch lap length
ARC Air lap counting, lap timing and race control system two 2.4GhZ wireless controllers
– Manage your Race with listed app on your Smart Device
– ‘Race Incidents’ Feature
– Multiple 12 Track Layouts
– Five-and-out Light Start
– Lap Counter
– Fuel Usage
– Tyre Wear
– Brake Wear
– Pit Lane Pit Stop
– Post-race Statistics
– Variable Weather Conditions
ARC AIR Wireless Controllers
– Ergonomically Designed
– Power Level Control
– Easy to Bind to Powerbase
– Feel the Race with the Rumble Pack (easy to switch on/off)
– 5m Range with 2.4Ghz Wireless Technology
Recreate the epic 24 hour race of Le Mans with two classic Porsche 911s. Who will come out on top? Complete with 2 ergonomically designed wireless controllers and all the thrills and spills that ARC AIR has to offer, slot racing just got a whole lot more real!
This Is The Present You Want This Christmas! The Most Exciting Race Car Set Of The Year. Group 5 BMW Vs. Zaxspeed Capri With Digital Lane-Changing And Wireless Controllers. Quantities Are Limited So Get It Now.
Carrera 30197 ’80 Flashback D132 set (Group 5 Capri and M1)
The fatest cars from the eighties, Group 5 BMW vs. Zaxspeed Capri on a 26-foot course with two lane-changer tracks.
5.1 x 9.8-foot area, 26.9-foot lap length
One double-lane change track section PLUS one curved single lane-change track section.
The set with cult status
The tracks start to vibrate when these racers hit the circuit. Mario Andretti’s BMW M1 Procar and the Ford Capri Zakspeed Turbo run by the Würth-Kraus-Zakspeed team use the whole bendy 8.2-metre/26.9 ft. Carrera racing circuit to show what they’re capable of. Risky overtaking manoeuvres, lane changes and drifts push the drivers to the limits of their concentration. 2.4 GHz WIRELESS+ Technology and a wireless, ultra-light handset guarantee complete freedom of movement for drivers. These faithfully reproduced classics should be a part of every Carrera collection!
This Is The Carrera Go!!! Set Your Kids Will Want Most So Order Yours Now.
Carrera 62431 Mario Kart™ 1/43 scale set
29.2-foot lap length, 7.2 x 3.2-foot area
A perfect match
Mario and Luigi jump in their new Special Circuit Karts for a speedy spin around the Carrera GO!!! racetrack. Which of the two will finish first this time? After the fly-over they race at full speed around the loop and take all the momentum with them into the steep bend. The 6.2-metre/20.34 ft.racetrack boasts a fly-over, junction and high speed straights for the perfect nerve-tingling experience out on a wild chase. The world famous brothers from the Mario Kart racing series deliver neck and neck racing action and speed. Their cars have been given stylish designs with perfect racing looks for a battle like this. It’s time for a thrilling head-to-head!
The Latest Issue Of Model Car Racing Magazine Is Here With Full Reports On The New Slot.It Le Mans Matra, The SRC Capris And Carrera’s Ford GT, BMW M1 And Zakspeed Capri Group 5. Add A Copy To Your Next Order.
MCR96 Model Car Racing magazine November/December 2017—PRE-ORDER NOW!
You can race slot cars without the standard-issue downforce magnets for the most realistic simulation of real car race control. There are three full race track tests of cars running magnet-free in this issue. Few slot cars are fitted with digital chips but you can changeover most Scalextric-brand cars with a simple plug-in chip that can be reused over and over again to allow you to race dozens of different cars with just a few chips. There are full reports on the prototypes’ racing background and the performance of the 1/32 scale models of the 1966 Lola T70. 1973 Matra MS670B, 1976 Capri 2600 RS, 1979 BWM M1 Procar, 1981 Ford Capri Zakspeed Turbo and 2016 Ford GT. The track plans list all the sections needed so you can assemble a 2-Lane version of the Kingdom Raceway on a 5 x 9-foot ping-pong tabletop and a 4-Lane Paramount Ranch Track on a 9 x 14-foot tabletop with plastic track. There is also a plan for an HO scale AFX 4-Lane Bow-Tie II Track on a 4 x 8-foot tabletop.
Slot.It Promised This Their Replica Of The 1973 Matra-Simca (A New Body With The Long Tail) Last December And It Is Here Now Ready-To-Race And As An Unpainted White Kit (It Is Also The Cover And Feature Car In The New Number 96 Issue Of Model Car Racing Magazine).
Slot It SICA37A Matra-Simca MS670B LM73 # 10 LeMans 1973
SICA37A Matra-Simca MS670B LM73 # 10 LeMans 1973 drivers J.P. Beltoise and F. Cevert
The Scalextric Bentley Raced By Team HTP And The BMW Z4 Driven By Alex Zanardi Are Here Now But In Very Limited Quantities So Order Yours Now.
Scalextric C3855 BMW Z4 GT3 ROAL Motorsport Spa 2015, Alex Zanardi
Scalextric C3855 BMW Z4 GT3 ROAL Motorsport Spa 2015 drivers Alex Zanardi, Timo Glock and Bern Spengler
Scalextric C3846 Bentley Continental GT3, Team HTP Blue
Scalextric C3846 Bentley Continental GT3, Team HTP Blue
The HTP youngsters Buhk and Abril showed a great performance in the first race of the Sprint Series on Russian soil. A third place finish in the qualifying race laid the perfect foundation for the feature race. Starting from third, Abril quickly took the lead after a great start and immediately created a gap. Buhk took over the Bentley Continental GT3 from the Monegasque driver halfway through the race and eventually secured the victory in the 60-minute race. After 36 laps, Buhk took the chequered flag with a margin of more than seven seconds.
This Maserati 250F Is Likely To Be The Most Desirable Of All The Scalextric 60th Anniversary Cars Because It Is (By Chance) Painted In The Official United States Of America Blue On White Racing Colors. It Is The Seventh (Of Seven) Cars In The Limited Edition Scalextric 60th Anniversary Series. We Found A Few Of Five Of The First Six (C3827A Is Sold Out) So You Can Have Yours If You Order Now.
Scalextric C3825A 60th Anniversary Coll. no.7 – 1950s, Maserati 250F Limited Edition
Launched in 1957, Scalextric was the brain child of Bertram ‘Fred’ Francis, the talented inventor behind a range of mechanical tin toys. The first Scalextric cars were tin too and powered by a small electric motor, instead of the more common clockwork cars of the time. This new toy took off and by 1958 Francis had sold his idea to Tri-ang, who looked to invest. Tri-ang produced newer cars in plastic and the range of vehicles offered started to expand.
The very first car released by Scalextric in 1957 was the Maserati 250F, then the car to have in Grand Prix racing with Juan Manuel Fangio scoring his legendary final win in one at the 1957 German Grand Prix. In this race he overcome a 48 second deficit in just 22 laps and broke the lap record 10 times in one race. The very first Scalextric set featured two of these cars and perfectly captured both the glamour and beauty of motor racing cars of the period. The 250F was phased out of F1 racing shortly afterwards, but remains one of the most iconic and beautiful F1 cars of all time, a shining testament to the bravery of the early F1 World Championship competitors.
Scalextric C3826A 60th Anniversary Collection no. 6-1960s, Jaguar E-Type LimitedEd.
Despite being debuted in the 1950s, it was the 60s that really saw Scalextric come to prominence as one of the best known toys across the globe. With countless new cars, from the Ferrari 250SWB and Jaguar E-type, right down to Go-Karts and the humble Mini; Scalextric had a car for everyone to race at home. Countless accessory buildings and track pieces were added and the range blossomed, with superstars like the Beatles even having a go! But the celebrity endorsements were not limited to pop stars, Jim Clark, Graham Hill and Various other racing drivers of the era all had their own Scalextric sets.
No other car symbolises the swinging sixties quite like the Jaguar E-type, manufactured by Jaguar Cars Ltd between 1961 and 1975 its combination of beauty, high performance and competitive pricing established the marque as an icon of 1960s motoring. On its release Enzo Ferrari called it “The most beautiful car ever made”, the Lightweight was also very successful on track and in smaller races with Graham Hill and Roy Salvadori seeing the top step of the podium in E-types. In Australia Bob Jane won the 1963 Australian GT Championship in an E-type Lightweight and even today it continues to be a force to be reckoned with in classic GT racing around the world.
Scalextric C3829A 60th Anniversary Collection no.4-1990s, BMW E30 M3 Limited Ed.
As Scalextric moved into the 1990s it followed another shift in motorsport. Throughout the 1980s rallying and Group B had dominated the airwaves and press, but as that declined, touring car racing, most notably Super Touring, took its place. As the BTCC, DTM and other national series gained in popularity, Scalextric began producing these cars.
One manufacturer above others dominated this form of motorsport, BMW. Although production of the BMW M3 E30 started in the ‘80s it saw considerable success in the early ‘90s, winning the BTCC title in 1990 and 1991, along with numerous DTM, Italia Superturismo Championships and Australian races. It also enjoyed considerable success in the rally category.
As the decade moved on, the BMW M3 E30 was to be found racing in lesser series and is even now a common club racing saloon car; as well as being an icon all other performance saloons aspire to. Other new items introduced in the ‘90s by Scalextric were the horse racing sets, as well as various cars driven by the greats of the era: Senna, Schumacher and Hill, all immortalised by Scalextric. With design moving to CAD rather than pattern making and 2D drawing, Scalextric was rapidly accelerating towards the 21st century.
Scalextric C3828A 60th Anniversary no. 3-1980s, Audi Sport quattro S1 E2 Limited Ed.
First issued in 1984 the original Scalextric Audi Quattro proved to be as big a hit on the Scalextric tracks of the nation as the original had been screaming through Scandinavian forests. The 1980s saw Scalextric move into ever more inventive areas, with items such as ‘Blowout!’ and Racing Rigs bringing new excitement to the brand. Group B rally cars featured heavily as Ayrton Senna made his Scalextric debut towards the end of the decade in a JPS Lotus, alongside Mansell in a Williams.
The Audi Sport quattro S1 E2 itself was introduced at the end of the 1985 as an update to the Audi Sport quattro; with the car sporting an inline turbo charged 5-cylinder engine. In addition to the improved power output, an aggressive aerodynamic kit was added that featured very distinctive wings and spoilers to the front and rear of the car to increase downforce. The S1 E2 did find some success with Walter Röhrl and Christian Geistdörfer winning the 1985 San Remo Rally, but with the Group B era coming to an end in 1986 after a series of tragic incidents, the quattro was consigned first to the Rallycross tracks, and then the history books.
Scalextric C3830A 60th Anniversary Collection car No. 2,2000s, Aston Martin DBR9 Ltd. Ed. (C)
The Aston Martin DBR9 is a racing car built by Aston Martin Racing, debuting in 2005 and appearing frequently in international sportscar racing until the end of the GT1 category in 2011. The car is most famous for taking two LMGT1 class wins at Le Mans 24 Hours in 2007 and 2008 with the Aston Martin Racing factory team.
Collect all seven cars in the Scalextric 60th Anniversary Collection, to be released throughout 2017. This is second releae. The first car is the Scalextric C3831 Anniversary Collection Car No.1 – 2010s, Bentley Continental GT3
Scalextric C3831A Anniversary Collection Car No.1 – 2010s, Bentley Continental GT3 (C)
As Scalextric entered the second decade of the 21st century it has continued to bring technological advances to the slot racing arena. Following Digital has come ARC; a race management system that allows the user to wirelessly manage all elements of the ‘Scalextric race experience’ using Bluetooth technology via a tablet or smart device. ARC seamlessly merges the excitement of real-time slot racing, with the thrill of on screen gameplay.
The Bentley Continental GT3 is just one of many GT3 race cars now offered by Scalextric. Making its competitive debut at the 2013 Gulf 12 Hours in Abu Dhabi on 13th December 2013, many scoffed that a car the size of the Continental would be successful but it has proved to bean amazing car, powerful and well handling it is still one of the best cars in its class. The Abu Dhabi race would mark Bentleys return to motorsport ten years after its dominant win at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 2003 and as of now the car continues to win in the Blancpain GT sprint and Endurance series, British GT, GT Cup and on many Scalextric layouts across the world.
This is the first car in the 60th Anniveary series. The second car is Scalextric C3830A 60th Anniversary Collection Car no.2- 2000s, Aston Martin DBR9 Limited Edition
The Out-Of-Sight VW Bug “Group 5” Is Available Now.
Carrera 27557 VW Käfer “Group 5” Race 4 “BUG” image in gold
The VW Beetle “Group 5” Race 4 of Beetle Union Germany brings a really culty atmosphere to the streets. The stunning paintwork features a nicotine-free version of probably the best-known paint job in the whole of motor racing. The 1:32 scale analogue Carrera EVOLUTION VW Käfer “Group 5” Race 4 slotcar is an impressive, faithfully detailed reproduction. A separate digital decoder allows this Carrera car to be refitted for digital racing. Belt up, put your foot down and enjoy it!
The Race Season Has Arrived With 11 New Bargain-Price Carrera 1/43 Scale Go!!! Cars In Both Analog And Digital.
Carrera 64082 Disney.Pixar Cars 3 – Lightning McQueen
In summer 2017, Lightning McQueen will be taking over the big screen for the third time in the new “Disney/Pixar Cars 3” film – and there’s no way he’d miss out on the chance to make another appearance on the Carrera track at the same time!
Carrera 64083 Disney.Pixar Cars 3 – Cruz Ramirez – Racing
Feisty Cruz Ramirez celebrates her debut in “Disney/Pixar Cars 3” as the faithful companion of the familiar hero, Lightning McQueen. In the duel on the Carrera racing track, however, she gives her all to ensure that she finishes in front!
Carrera 64086 Ferrari SF16-H “S.Vettel, No.5”
Four-time world champion, Sebastian Vettel, blasts through the corners in his new Ferrari SF16-H “S.Vettel, No.5” in the battle for the Formula 1 title. This car, developed from its predecessor, differs mainly in the nose cone area – but yields nothing in terms of power or dynamics.
Carrera 41395 Audi R8 V10 Plus (blue) Digital 143
The 610 hp Audi R8 V10 Plus loves to sprint and does 0 to 100 km/h / 62 mph in a mere 3.2 seconds, while its matt midnight blue exterior exudes an aura of respect. The 1:43 scale Carrera GO!!! Audi R8 V10 Plus Slotcar blue is a thrilling, faithfully detailed reproduction. This Carrera car is perfect for introducing children of 6 years and upwards to the fascinating Carrera Racing World!
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The Next Policar Replica Of The Lotus 72 Will Recreate The Cars With The Lucky Strike Livery. Wild! And You Can Pre-Order Yours Now..
PCCAR02E Lotus 72 Lucky Strike 1972 Brands Hatch, driver Dave Charlton—PRE-ORDER NOW!
PCCAR02E Lotus 72 Lucky Strike 1972 Brands Hatch, driver Dave Charlton
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