July 28, 2014

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Slot.it Porsche 952 COKE

Slot.it Porsche 952 COKE

NIB, no shrink warp. I opened it when I got it to look at it, never been run or off the platform.


List Date: 7/28/2014

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Ninco Wico Controllers and base NIB

Ninco Wico Controllers and base NIB

NIB, Ninco wireless WICO conroller kit with transformer.
I bought this in January and never got around to using it. Needs to go to a new home.

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July 27, 2014

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Carrera digital ? For 1-43

Can I add a Carrera digital decoder or chipset too any analog car AKA GO's, SCX ,Dslot ,Customs built ones. because I'm going add Carrera digital too my track in the near future.

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26D brush alignment tool

Just testing the waters to see how many players there are out there for a 26D brush alignment tool complete with a 2mm hole in the center similar to the ones made by Koford and others for the "36D style" brushes that fit modern motors.

 

There are (or have been over the past 10-15 years) hundreds of NOS 26D Champion endbell kits out there on the market from REH. Trouble is, the copper brush hoods included in the kits are mostly ones made by Mura for their 16D motors of the 1960's and don't perfectly fit the Champion endbell and thus, the brush holders don't perfectly line up. Don't get me wrong, it's great to still have them 40 years later, but it would sure be nice to have a tool to get them perfectly lined up.

 

Would you be willing to spend $9.99 to $14.99 for one?

 

Your comments and suggestions, please.

Dynamic back in stock

I have made a few more of the Dynamic and Midwest guide tongues/drop arms. Both made of .050 thick brass and very robust. $12.95 for either version................

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la Coupe de France Slot it 2015

En 2015, la CDF Slot it aura lieu les 8-9 et 10 Mai 2015.

Lieu: Chatillon en Diois, 26410

Voiture: Slot it Classic, même réglement qu'en 2014, mais avec le rajout des nouvelles voitures sorties entre temps....

Pilotes: 48 max. Le spilotes qui ont roulé en 2014 gardent le même n° pour 2015.

Pistes: Max, 3 pistes NINCO 8 voies

Fiche d'inscription à télécharger ci dessous..sur le blog de la CDF Slot it

http://www.coupedefranceslotit.com/archives/2014/07/27/30320344.html

 

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Need Help...

Hello, my name is Dave and I am a Carrera 1/24thaholic...:lol:

My wife says I have a problem. Ever since I started the 1/24s a couple of months ago I can't get enough of them. The problem it's not just the cars, it's the motors, tires and in some cases the chips. I just picked up the 2 Exclusiv in the front row. The chips are ready to go in. Whats not ready are the 6 sets of PG tires still to be mounted and trued. :eek:

I think I'm gonna have to slow down now since the wife is doing ALOT of questioning but I really have a GT40, Corvette GS, Cheetah and the new Ferrari coming out next month on the radar..

My name is Dave and I need your support..

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Awareness Speedway Slot Car Club Fund Raiser

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Hello friends,
I just wanted to update everyone on our newest fund raiser.
We have launched our biggest fund raiser to date to raisefunding to support our club's mission and goals.


http://www.gofundme.com/bfwum8


Please share our posts/emails with friends and family to help us reach as many people as possible so we may be able to raise the funds needed to continue putting smiles on the faces of our special friends.


Please like our Facebook site:
https://www.facebook.com/AwarenessSpeedwaySlotCarClub?ref_type=bookmark


Our Facebook page:
https://www.facebook.com/ASSCC1


Our Picture Site:
http://zipzap.smugmug.com/


Awareness Speedway Slot Car Club is dedicated to continue on with our mission and goals.


We have been asked why we don't post pictures of our special friend weekly activities. We are bound by privacy rules for each group that comes to use our facility. We will be doing a new video of our program with one of our special friends to show how our safety and educational programs work including how we operate our special friends track time.


We just introduced a new challenge for our special friends. This challenge is 1 hr lap total records for each lane this challenges our special friends to keep the cars on the track and set goal to beat the record for their lane. This will challenge them to use mathematical skills to keep track of their laps and how many they need to get the record for that lanes lap total.
Thank You
Rodney Stuber
President ASSCC






Awareness Speedway Slot Car Club Testimonials.



Dear Mr. Stuber:

It was such a happy day when we were introduced to your program. The four gentlemen of Lisburn Group Home all have serious handicaps that prevent them from ever being able to make the split second decisions needed to drive a car and absorb the driving laws of the State of Pennsylvania. They are all very big NASCAR fans and have a driving passion to watch the races on television. Finding your program gave them an outlet for their dreams and was an empowerment for them. It was love at first green light with the GO! They get a tremendous amount of joy visiting your program as it makes them feel like they are driving.

The Lisburn Group Home used to be a co-ed facility in 2007 we switched to an all male facility. The gentlemen of Lisburn were used to being the alpha male and center of attention in their family homes. They had a tremendous amount of difficulty adapting to having to share the attention of staffing, waiting their turn, communicating without violence and socializing appropriately. Your program was a bonus that it allowed them an opportunity to be competitive with each other, it allowed someone to win, challenge and be aggressive in a healthy and acceptable manner. They felt just like their heroes of NASCAR.

Your program created social opportunities for them to be real men, just another guy racing against “normal” gentlemen such as yourself and my male staffing. You were all on even terms. It was an amazing opportunity in a world that focuses so much negative on disabilities. It gave them a chance to exercise their communication and socialization skills with a small group setting. They were still sharing with others, they practiced their manners, they had positive interaction and they had an opportunity to resolve some of their problems and conflicts and build problem solving skills. Along with those skills they also learned to develop a bond of trust and stability. These gentlemen come from a field where people go in and out their doors so frequently that they no sooner get attached than their staffing moves on. It is a difficult position for them and having the stability you and your wife provided was a huge emotional plus for them.
My gentleman who is legally blind in one eye and uses a walker was learning how to use his eye hand coordination to keep the car on the track and watch it as it flew around the turns. He was also working his gross and fine motor skills squeezing the trigger to propel and adjust the speed of the car. For my bi-polar gentleman it was an opportunity to learn about his feelings of excitement when the car is cruising along well, the frustration of having it fly off the track or lose speed and crash. He had a lot of exhilaration when he managed to race it faster than the other cars. He was learning to label his feelings, accept how they felt, and it was an opportunity to have a positive release of all those feelings he doesn’t truly understand. Just releasing the normal masculine tension is very helpful for him.

My gentlemen who has kinesthetic disorder was finding it acceptable to have to wait his turn, wait until the roadway was clear, accept when he could not be the number one driver, etc. My autistic gentleman was thrilled with spending time with you and your wife and bonding to your attention. You have both been so very gracious and kindhearted to him and that means more to him than every dollar he has in the world.

Your slot car racing was a terrific hobby and a phenomenal, exciting mix of a wide variety of recreational and leisure skill building for this group of gentlemen of assorted ages. The fact that you have worked so hard to keep it an inexpensive activity that they could afford was an amazing positive. It also helped them with working their financial skills as they paid for the time they used the track and adjusted their cash boxes here at the group home accordingly.

This house manager knows how hard you have worked to establish your charity the last several years. We also hope to eventually bring more of our UCP residents and friends to your racing club. It would give them more opportunities to make friends with the CPARC group that you had become involved with.

Sincerely,

Ms Diane Hoy
UCP Lisburn Group Home Manager
Debbie Burkett
2/11/14

I am a mother of a 21 year old son on the Autism Spectrum. Since
Matthew first saw the track, he has been excited to participate in the
process.

The benefits for our son have helped him to be more engaged with others
peers. Since Matthew always has been more interested in communicating
with adults, having this interactive social activity encourages
communication with other young adults and teens. Also, since Matthew
likes to spend money and is very impulsive with anything to do with
purchasing, there is a wonderful incentive to purchase and earn the next
fastest car. This experience gives the opportunity to work toward a
goal of saving, delaying gratification, and working on money skills for
the goal to purchasing a 'faster' car.

Matthew's impulsiveness has benefited when needing to control the speed of
the vehicle especially around the corners. This has an immediate
consequence if he gets too fast with getting the car off the track, and
therefore delaying the process of racing. Learning to control impulse
with an immediate consequence is essential for learning. This also
provides the need for hand and eye coordination. The need to keep track
of your vehicle among the others on the track, being aware of how fast
the car is going in relation to the other vehicles also is imperative
for the racing environment.

We are so thankful for this opportunity to assist Matthew in his learning maturity process.

Deborah Burkett










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Awareness Speedway Slot Car Club fundraiser

Hello friends,

I just wanted to update everyone on our newest fundraiser.

We have launched our biggest fund raiser to date to raise funding to support our club's mission and goals.
 
Awareness Speedway Slot Car Club at GoFundMe
 
Please share our posts/emails with friends and family to help us reach as many people as possible so we may be able to raise the funds needed to continue putting smiles on the faces of our special friends.
 
Please like our Facebook site:
https://www.facebook.com/AwarenessSpeedwaySlotCarClub?ref_type=bookmark
 
Our Facebook page:
https://www.facebook.com/ASSCC1
 
Our Picture Site:
http://zipzap.smugmug.com/
 
Awareness Speedway Slot Car Club is dedicated to continue on with our mission and goals.
 
We have been asked why we don't post pictures of our special friend weekly activities. We are bound by privacy rules for each group that comes to use our facility. We will be doing a new video of our program with one of our special friends to show how our safety and educational programs work including how we operate our special friends track time.
 
We just introduced a new challenge for our special friends. This challenge is 1 hr lap total records for each lane this challenges our special friends to keep the cars on the track and set goal to beat the record for their lane. This will challenge them to use mathematical skills to keep track of their laps and how many they need to get the record for that lanes lap total.

Thank you,

Rodney Stuber
President ASSCC
 
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Awareness Speedway Slot Car Club Testimonials.
 
Dear Mr. Stuber:
 
It was such a happy day when we were introduced to your program. The four gentlemen of Lisburn Group Home all have serious handicaps that prevent them from ever being able to make the split second decisions needed to drive a car and absorb the driving laws of the State of Pennsylvania. They are all very big NASCAR fans and have a driving passion to watch the races on television. Finding your program gave them an outlet for their dreams and was an empowerment for them. It was love at first green light with the GO! They get a tremendous amount of joy visiting your program as it makes them feel like they are driving.
 
The Lisburn Group Home used to be a co-ed facility in 2007 we switched to an all male facility. The gentlemen of Lisburn were used to being the alpha male and center of attention in their family homes. They had a tremendous amount of difficulty adapting to having to share the attention of staffing, waiting their turn, communicating without violence  and  socializing appropriately. Your program was a bonus that it allowed them an opportunity to be competitive with each other, it allowed someone to win, challenge and be aggressive in a healthy and acceptable manner. They felt just like their heroes of NASCAR.
 
Your program created social opportunities for them to be real men, just another guy racing against normal gentlemen such as yourself and my male staffing. You were all on even terms. It was an amazing opportunity in a world that focuses so much negative on disabilities. It gave them a chance to exercise their communication and socialization skills with a small group setting. They were still sharing with others, they practiced their manners, they had positive interaction and they had an opportunity to resolve some of their problems and conflicts and build problem solving skills. Along with those skills they also learned to develop a bond of trust and stability. These gentlemen come from a field where people go in and out their doors so frequently that they no sooner get attached than their staffing moves on. It is a difficult position for them and having the stability you and your wife provided was a huge emotional plus for them.
My gentleman who is legally blind in one eye and uses a walker was learning how to use his eye hand coordination to keep the car on the track and watch it as it flew around the turns. He was also working his gross and fine motor skills squeezing the trigger to propel and adjust the speed of the car. For my bi-polar gentleman it was an opportunity to learn about his feelings of excitement when the car is cruising along well, the frustration of having it fly off the track or lose speed and crash. He had a lot of exhilaration when he managed to race it faster than the other cars. He was learning to label his feelings, accept how they felt, and it was an opportunity to have a positive release of all those feelings he doesnt truly understand. Just releasing the normal masculine tension is very helpful for him.
 
My gentlemen who has kinesthetic disorder was finding it acceptable to have to wait his turn, wait until the roadway was clear, accept when he could not be the number one driver, etc. My autistic gentleman was thrilled with spending time with you and your wife and bonding to your attention. You have both been so very gracious and kindhearted to him and that means more to him than every dollar he has in the world.
 
Your slot car racing was a terrific hobby and a phenomenal, exciting mix of a wide variety of  recreational and leisure skill building for this group of gentlemen of assorted ages.  The fact that you have worked so hard to keep it an inexpensive activity that they could afford was an amazing positive. It also helped them with working their financial skills as they paid for the time they used the track and adjusted their cash boxes here at the group home accordingly.
 
This house manager knows how hard you have worked to establish your charity the last several years. We also hope to eventually bring more of our UCP residents and friends to your racing club. It would give them more opportunities to make friends with the CPARC group that you had become involved with.
 
Sincerely,
 
Ms Diane Hoy
UCP Lisburn Group Home Manager

* * * * * * * * * *

2/11/14
 
I am a mother of a 21 year old son on the Autism Spectrum. Since Matthew first saw the track, he has been excited to participate in the process.
 
The benefits for our son have helped him to be more engaged with others peers. Since Matthew always has been more interested in communicating with adults, having this interactive social activity encourages
communication with other young adults and teens. Also, since Matthew
likes to spend money and is very impulsive with anything to do with purchasing, there is a wonderful incentive to purchase and earn the next fastest car.   his experience gives the opportunity to work toward a goal of saving, delaying gratification, and working on money skills for the goal to purchasing a 'faster' car.
 
Matthew's impulsiveness has benefited when needing to control the speed of the vehicle especially around the corners. This has an immediate consequence if he gets too fast with getting the car off the track, and therefore delaying the process of racing. Learning to control impulse with an immediate consequence is essential for learning. This also provides the need for hand and eye coordination.  The need to keep track of your vehicle among the others on the track, being aware of how fast the car is going in relation to the other vehicles also is imperative for the racing environment.
 
We are so thankful for this opportunity to assist Matthew in his learning maturity process.
 
Deborah Burkett

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F1/ GP de Hongrie, Phénoménal Ricciardo !

Une course folle ! Daniel Ricciardo a remporté un Grand Prix de Hongrie exceptionnel. Une course aux multiples rebondissements avec un Alonso (Ferrari) 2e juste devant Hamilton (Mercedes) contraint de résister à un Rosberg revenu comme une bombe en fin de course… Vergne (Toro Rosso) termine au 9e rang.


Ricciardo a remporté sa 2e course en carrière. (Reuters)

Une joie exubérante pour un véritable exploit ! Les poings serrés Daniel Ricciardopeut savourer. Son deuxième succès en carrière aura été acquis lors d’un Grand Prix aux rebondissements aussi multiples que variés avec de la pluie en début de course, deux passages de la voiture de sécurité, quatre leaders successifs et des bagarres à tous les étages.

Comme un symbole de cette bagarre, Alonso (finalement 2e) a entamé les dix derniers tours en tête, le pilote Ferrari a tenu bon tant qu’il a pu, allant au-delà des réelles capacités de sa Ferrari, avant de céder face à  Daniel Ricciardo qui avait passé Hamilton un tour plus tôt (68e). Le pilote australien dame encore le pion à Vettel et prouve si c’était besoin qu’il a le talent pour jouer les premiers rôles même dans des conditions extrêmes.

Le pilote Red Bull a alors pris la poudre d’escampette en tête pendant que le Taureau des Asturies résistait à Lewis Hamilton lui-même talonné sur le tard par unNico Rosberg qui venait de reprendre plus de 17 secondes au trio pendant les 10 derniers tours… Hamilton, parti des stands après son coup de chaud en qualifications, a pleinement profité des événements de la course (safety car suite au crash d’Ericsson prolongé après celui de Grosjean, puis safety car après la sortie de Perez ) pour effectuer une remontée fantastique dont il a le secret.

Rosberg comme une bombe

Au jeu des vases communicants, Rosberg a été l’un des perdants du jour. Parti en pole position, il a vu son avance réduite à néant après le premier passage de la voiture de sécurité. A l’image des autres leaders, il a perdu gros en passant au stand un tour après la meute. Il a également dû effectuer un passage au stand pas vraiment prévu au 58e tour. Il a alors taillé la route pour revenir sur Hamilton qu’il sera à deux doigts de passer dans le dernier tour ! Au final, c’est tout de même une petite déception pour le leader du championnat du monde.  

Une course qui aura également permis à Jean-Eric Vergne de montrer le museau de sa Toro Rosso. Le Français, qualifié en 8e position, a en effet pointé au 2e rang lors du passage de la 2e safety car (du 24 au 27e tour) il y restera jusqu’au 36e passage et son ravitaillement. Finalement 9e, il peut se féliciter d’avoir su récolter des points sans commettre de fautes dans une course pourtant particulièrement piégeuse.

Capture d’écran 2014-07-27 à 18

Capture d’écran 2014-07-27 à 18

Capture d’écran 2014-07-27 à 18

Capture d’écran 2014-07-27 à 18

 

 

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2014 scaleauto rule questions

Some questions for 2014
1. Front tires- Phase 2 had a recent race and a couple of racers from NJ said Alan is allowing the blue foam front tires that are narrow and hard. I can't find this in the rules anywhere.
2. Can the front tires be profiled as long as the minimum width and diameter is met?
3. Can we use both the lexan window and cockpit to bring down the minimum weight to 58g on cars other than Porsches?
4. If we are using the carbon fiber rear wing, what glue is best to attach the wing to the rubber posts?
Thanks ~Ron

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VW Beetle 1303s

Au début de cette semaine, j’ai eu l’envie de reprendre le travail sur une voiture commencée voilà quelques années d’ici, en 2011 si je me souviens bien. Un kit plastique 1/24e d’une VW Beetle 1303s de la marque japonaise Aoshima sur un châssis métallique Schöler Striker avec un infatigable moteur Fox II.

Une peinture simple et des décalques faites pour la VW Fun Cup « Classic 21 » avec laquelle nous avions roulé en course à Manage et à Charleroi en 2012. Il y a une petite déception avec les pièces du kit, certaines ne sont pas très à la bonne dimension comme les phares avant. J’ai eu beaucoup de soucis pour mettre ces optiques de phares (surtout des problèmes pour les coller). Je n’ai pas non plus trop cherché pour les roues, les inserts « American flag » conviendraient mieux à une Cheetah (que je dois aussi terminer) qu’à cette 1303s VW. Mais bon, cela ne se remarquera pas trop, sauf pour un spécialiste VW ! Et maintenant, il me reste à finir quelques détails sur cette carrosserie et commencer l’intérieur.

 

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One from the past

Just rolled this out of the paint booth. Thanks ro

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Dijon Racing Blog

GMS épreuve 4/4



Bonjour à tous,
Aujourd'hui, Samedi 12 Juillet 2014, c'est la dernière épreuve de la saison 6 au Dijon Racing Slot. C'est sur GT modernes Slot-it que s'achève la saison. Joli plateau de GT pour 8 concurrents impatients d'en découdre une dernière fois sur le célèbre "Thaï-Phon g.Evo-3 " que le monde entier nous envie ...mais ça tout le monde le sait. sans plus attendre, voici les photos des monstres en question ..

Et devinez qui s'est imposé pour la dernière épreuve ...le Claude!  Ebin voui, ébin voui.. encore lui mais là s'en est trop, Cetéphane va lui détruire le poignet afin qu'il nous foute la paix une fois pour toute ...mais si si , gadez, mais si gadez donc, mais si gadez que j'vous dis ...le marteau va tomber. Ca va faire schlarrfff, épis après c'est bon !

Allez on va envoyer le podium épicétou. Parlons peu mais parlons bien. Premier comme je vous l'ai dis "CLAUDE" pétez lui la main.  Deuxième, "JEAN DANIEL" un autre extra terrestre que le monde entier nous envie.  Et le 3ème du podium, encore un cador, "LORIS" montez lui une bière.  Claude a mener sa Porsche 911GT1 à la première place avec 6 tours d'avance sur le second. La Ferrari rouge de Jean Daniel, a tenue tête pendant longtemps à la Porsche mais sur la fin et comme d'habitude dans la réalité, c'est Porsche qui s'impose ...dommage pour la belle F40 de notre ami JD appelé aussi "Silicone Valy". Loris s'accroche aux hommes de tête avec sa McLaren véloce et monte sur la 3ème marche du podium.
La suite du classement GMS sur le tableau ci-dessous. Tous les pilotes présents se sont bien battus et ont pris du plaisir à faire cette dernière compète. Merci à tous pour la bonne humeur et tous les bons moments de rigolade passés ensembles, comme on les aime au DRS.
Le classement général du DRS vous ai proposé  comme d'hanitude, tableau ci-dessous. 
On adresse de sincères félicitations à Stéphane dit "CETEPHANE"  pour avoir remporté la saison 6 avec 70 points d'avance. Juste récompense d'assiduité à un pilote ayant participé à toutes les compétitions de la saison. Grand bravo bien mérité. Maintenant qu'il a fini sa saison, il va pouvoir aller à l'hosto tranquille !!! Bin oui, il vont lui remplacer une ou deux grosses durites et après ça ira mieux pour marcher. On lui souhaite un prompt rétablissement avec une convalo dans une maison de repos bin verdoyante, si si bin verdoyante  "Gouillette" alors voyez, ça s'invente pas un nom comme ça. Puff puff, allez on ira te voir vielle denrée!
Deuxième du grand podium : DIDIER, sympathique pilote ô combien, il est très régulier au niveau pilotage et bon préparateur en plus. Très assidu lui aussi en participant presqu'à toutes les courses, d'ailleurs celles qu'il a manqué, c'est parce qu'il avait des obligations familiales. En dehors de ses performances slotistiques, Didier est un "compagnon d'armes"  très agréable et sur qui on peut compter en toute occasion. Le DRS lui dit BRAVO également !
Troisième REGIS, encore un pilote assidu qui a su engranger des points tout au long de l'année. Régis compte parmi les meilleurs pilotes du DRS. Il a persévéré quand c'était pas évident au début. Il s'est acharné en prenant tous les risques sur la piste et en participant presqu'à toutes les courses. Très bon en montagne et excellent aussi sur le Thaï, Régis a progressé point par point pour finir sur la 3ème marche. Bravo Mr REGIS ...et comme on dit ..."du grand Mendès"
Le DIJON RACING SLOT remercie vivement tous ses adhérents pour la bonne tenue et la bonne ambiance respectées au sein du club. Nos rendez-vous hebdomadaires sont toujours de bons moments passés à se faire plaisir au slot et à la rigolade.  Le DRS donne rendez-vous à tous ses adhérents dès le 4 Septembre pour la première épreuve du fil rouge ADC "Absolute Driver Concept" nouveau concept de course, made in DRS, sur Ford GT40 Slot-it.  Merci à tous de nous avoir suivi depuis le début.   
Je vous dis à bientôt mes chers amis. Paul JOURNET.

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Racer Datsun 240 Z BNIB

Racer Datsun 240 Z BNIB

BNIB Racer 240Z.shipping to USA and Canada only,Canada shipping more $$

List Date: 7/27/2014

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Enzo with some "Panamericanos"

Hello gentlemen,

Here is a small sample of my collection of the Panamericana race in this case Ferrari .....






















Best Regards,

Jordi

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Carrera Track Accessories (Control Unit $50, 18V Power Supply $50)

Carrera Track Accessories (Control Unit $50, 18V Power Supply $50)

Used Carrera 30352 digital Control Unit, Digital 124/132 (used three times) in excellent condition - $50

Used 18v power supply for digital Control Unit - $50

Free shipping for both to lower 48.

If you buy one, please indicate below which item you are paying for and I will mark it sold. Please PM with questions. Thank you for looking.

List Date: 7/27/2014

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Ninco LCs

Hi Guys,
Ten Ninco lane changers on their way to Texas. (Two multi lane changers nor shown.)

2014 Australian Model Car Nationals

Links to 3 videos I put together after this years MCN in June.

Cheers,

- Cam

Intro and SCX Nascars
https://vimeo.com/98782874

Day 2
https://vimeo.com/101193821

Day 3
https://vimeo.com/101777616

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Slot.it News



News from Slot.it of a new Nissan R390 GT1 livery and new parts.

Nissan R390 GT1 - n.31 Le Mans 1998
Drivers: J.Lammers, E.Comas, A.Montermini
Code: CA14e


Official selling date: August the 7th.



The Nissan R390 GT1 was a racing car built to compete in the Le Mans 24 Hours in 1997 and 1998; it was developed by Nismo and Tom Walkinshaw Racing.
The 1997 model was modified for the 1998 race to generate more downforce, thanks to a longer tail. All four Nissan R390 GT1 finished the race, in 3rd, 5th, 6th, and 10th position.

Tony Southgate, chief designer of the R390, commented that this was not the fastest GT1, but rather the most reliable.
The car featured a carbon monocoque chassis. The braking system was equipped with ABS.
As the Nissan was racing with a minimum weight of 1000 kg, it could use an air restrictor with a diameter of 35mm. The engine was a twin turbo V8, with a displacement of 3496 cc. The gearbox featured an X-Trac carter, with Nissan-made gears.

For car number 31 Nissan chose 3 former Formula 1 drivers: Frenchman Erik Comas, Italian Andrea Montermini and Dutch Johannes Lammers. Car number 31 finished 6th.

And new parts.

PA68 Bronze bushings for Carrera and Scalextric



SP36 Clamshell box for 1/32 cars



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C.H.O.R.C UK Rnd 10 Report & pics

Q3, Rnd 10, Nascar

SPRINTS

MODS:


Steve Bryan smashed his previous record of 5.65 with a 5.43, Rob struggling to come close to his own previous best.

STOCK

Eight had a go here, although with three DNF’s Paul failed to score points. No-one broke the record set by Andy of 7.33, Andy still taking the win this time though, with a 7.46. Check the results sheet for the rest.

New bridge approach ramp and flyover support made for a much smoother transition



QUALIFYING

Fourteen people without the virtual Peter Baldock, who was replaced by the very real Barry Johnson and including our longest distance commuter Carlos Bravo-Laguna from Spain, made for quite a busy night. It seems to be the year for former racers to make a return too, Paul Roach making an appearance after a long absence to join Steve Bryan, Steve Deville and Barry Johnson in coming back to C.H.O.R.C in 2014.

At this end the revised one-piece continuous rail 180 degree 6" hairpin also smoothed things out



Steve Bryan set the fastest lap for the night in qualifying with a 7.201, while Dean Garbett set the top lap score of 23.40. This was formerly jointly held by Nick Sismey and Steve Bryan, who both posted 23.15 at the previous meeting.

Fourteen heat wins were shared by eight drivers, Steve Bryan taking a full house, Andy, Doug and Paul taking two wins each and Rob, Simon, Ken and Dean sharing the remaining four. On the basis of this one meeting it looks like Paul could be shaking up the order a bit if he attends for the rest of the year!

NASCAR's line up for Heat One



In overall qualifying just 2.1 laps covered the top three, Steve Bryan setting a new qualifying total of 67.55 just ahead of Andy Abbott and Dean Garbett.

Paul Roach did extremely well to come fourth ahead of Doug Passell and Rob Heaton, another 2.5 laps covering those three.

...and here are the drivers



There was then quite a gap to the tightly grouped gaggle in seventh to twelfth place, while Carlos picked up thirteenth spot ahead of Steve Guard, who was going for the record of most things falling of a car in one meeting! He managed less than ten laps in two of his four qualifiers.

Discussing tactics?



FINALS

‘E’
Steve Guard came good in this heat, having fixed his car so that it would run a full three minutes. If he can get one that runs the whole night he’s going to be a real threat again. As it was, Carlos had got everything together over the two meetings he’d been able to attend and gave him a good run for his money. He posted his best score for both visits in a bid to move up to the ‘D’ – but there was no living with Steve’s pace and new found reliability. Steve moved up.

Three cars tackle the complex



‘D’ Steve’s car couldn’t hold together for the full three minutes here though, expiring after just eleven laps and two minutes. This left a three-way battle between Mark Webster, Bob Hill and Barry Johnson. Despite three offs Bob averaged a second a lap quicker than his opponents, taking the win and step-up by 1.6 laps from Barry and just over two laps from Mark.

Eyes right for Steve and The Tango Twins



‘C’ Bob inherited blue, alongside Matt Ashmore on red, Ken Edmonds on yellow and Simon Randall on green. The field got well spread out in this one, Simon leading by a lap after just forty seconds! At this point Ken was also a good five seconds ahead of Matt and a full lap ahead of Bob. Barring a disaster from Simon or Ken there was no way Matt and Bob were going to get a look in. As it was, Ken almost gave away second place, with two offs on the way to the finish. This allowed Simon to open up a comfortable two-lap lead but neither Matt nor Bob were able to close on Ken.

Pre-finals practice



‘B’. It was a tough field in the ‘B’. Simon Randall has really found form as the year’s gone on, running in the ‘A’ at the last meeting and making a climb into the ‘B’ here. Rob Heaton and Doug Passell hover around the ‘C’ and ‘B’ with occasional forays into the ‘A’ while Paul Roach qualified straight into the ‘B’ after a significant absence.

After a while it's all a blur from Race Controls point of view :huh:



Paul Roach led Simon across the line at the end of the first lap by just 1/1000th of a second, extending the lead to 1.1 seconds by lap four, with Rob in third and Doug fourth. It looked like an upset was on the cards! It was – but for Paul, who had a big crash that put him a lap back on the pack. At this point Rob squeezed into the lead by 48/100ths. From here he never looked back, gradually building the lead to move up to the ‘A’. Doug fought back from fourth to take second spot one and a half laps back, with Simon third and Paul fourth.

‘A’ The 2014 trio, Steve Bryan, Dean Garbett and Andy Abbott were already ensconced on red, yellow and green respectively, leaving Rob to line up on the blue lane. Steve was away first, quickly followed by Andy, who led at the end of the first lap. Dean and Rob left a little later, with Dean leading the pair off the line but Rob leading their first lap. This was an indicator for the rest of the final, which became two separate races, each pair being very evenly matched.

An 'Andy eye view' of his pit box



In the end Steve led Andy home by just a fifth of a lap. There was just over a two-lap gap to the battle for third and fourth overall, Dean taking it by a third of a lap from Rob.

..and Race Control's view of Andy behind his pit box :)



Overall records:

FTD - Steve Bryan 7.083 on red in the ‘A’ final stands from the previous meeting

MOST LAPS – Dean Garbett 23.40 on green in qualifying at this meeting.

Chevelle Repaint

Some of you were wondering what was after the Porsches...this time some American Muscle.

I offered to repaint this one for Johnny Ray...it's a custom Chevelle body on an AFX 4-Gear chassis.

I painted the body with Model Master GM Nassau Blue Metallic. That raised hood screamed out flat black. I highlighted the front grill and headlights with a black wash.

Enjoy!





1:24 Pick ups - need help removing please.

I am trying to change the guide to the homeracing guide and I am unable to figure out how to replace the pick ups. Can someone please shed some light? I almost cut my finder on the guide trying to pull the braid... :noidea: :help::help::help::help:

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Gus Kelley - Gus in Sacto - 12/1/54-7/22/14

Lifelong NorCal slot car racer, Gus Kelley passed away in Sacramento on Tuesday morning, July 22.

 

His last known competitive win, was in the NorCal Retro Series, at T'nT Raceways in Modesto, on April 17, 2011.  He took the Can-Am win by one lap over Jim Fowler, driving one of Jim's loaner vehicles. He was also on the podium in the F1 race that day on the infamous Corkscrew, with a solid third place run.

 

Over the next two years he cycled in and out of the hospital until being admitted to a nursing facility just over a year ago.

 

There will be a Memorial Gathering for Gus on Saturday, August 2, from 2-4 PM, at the McMillan Center, in Fair Oaks Park, Fair Oaks, CA. The informal gathering will include barbeque, chili dogs (from Der Weinerschnitzel), and a poker table.

 

All who knew, raced with, and loved Gus are urged to attend, and perhaps hear the motorcycle chase story one more time. :0)

 

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Gus Kelley - age 59

 

Memorial Gathering - Saturday, Aug 2, 2014, begins at 2 PM.

McMillan Center

8020 Temple Park Rd

Fair Oaks, CA

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Tire wrenches and more Tire wrenches

As a long time 1-24 commercial racer having just converted to plastic based 1/32 cars I have had a blast and have run with some of the best people I have run against in a very long time. Now I find that I only have one small issue with these cars. During my decades of 1/24 scale racing I always carried two tire wrenches one for back up in case the primary broke. Now I find that I have to have different size wrenches for Slot It, NSR and the fairly new Scale Auto Sponge tires. My assumption is that this is because of several different countries involved with these parts, as I stated not a big problem, however, a some what of a pain in the tuckas.

Question for Power Tap wiring

Is the length of individual lane power tap wiring critical? :confused:
My Max-Trax 6 lane road course is approx. 76 ft running length. At the time of track order,
David suggested 2 or 3 power taps, the track was ordered for 4 taps.
Wiring from power supply is 12 gauge to a pair of hot & common terminal blocks
which provide power to each lane's driver station. Wiring from driver's station goes to a 4 terminal
block that distributes to each of 4 taps. This wire varies in length with regards to distance of this terminal block and specific power tap location.
All lane wiring is 14 ga. stranded using crimped and soldered ring/spade connectors.
The power supply is adjustable 10 amp. :cool:

Slot.it Toyota 88C taka-Q free shipping - SOLD

Slot.it Toyota 88C taka-Q free shipping

Slot.it Toyota 88C taka-Q with 10 parade laps
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Slot.it McLaren M8E/D Led Zeppelin

For sale McLaren M8E/D with 10 slow parade laps only. Comes with spare painted wing from factory.

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Slot-It CA12A - Audi R8C - Snetterton Roll-out 1999, Andy Wallace

Slot-It CA12A - Audi R8C - Snetterton Roll-out 1999, Andy Wallace

Slot It SICA12A Audi R8C

Purchased with the intent of converting to Carrera Digital, but never happened. Shrink-wrapped new in box. Never taken out.

I would like to entertain offers.
Will ship to lower 48.

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Slot It SICA12B Audi R8C - Le Mans 1999

Purchased with the intent of converting to Carrera Digital, but never happened. Brand new in box. Never taken out.

I would like to entertain offers.
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Carrera 1/32 chassis

I have a carrera chassis from a c6 corvette but no body. Does anyone know what all I could put on the chassis, like any other body types that would fit(i.e Aston Martin, Ferrari, etc.)or just the c6 corvette body? Also does any one have or know a good place to get just the body?

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Carreras de resistencia 

 



Las carreras de resistencia por equipos son mucho mas dificiles en cuanto a preparación , equipo , cantidad de horas , repuesto etc . varias son las cosas a considerar en una carrera de resistencia de 2HS , 4HS 6HS 12HS o 24HS asi que desglocemos en lo que considero mas importante 


EQUIPO:

 

 

Hasta lo mas tonto suma décimas en una carrera de resistencia , juntarse con gente que maneja mediana mente igual es algo complicado , ni que hablemos de preparar un solo auto para 4 personas que manejan distinto , creo que lo mejor es llevarse con gente de muy buena onda , dado que las horas a compartir son largas , pilotos que puedan andar rapido y al mismo tiempo cuidar el auto , de nada sirve tener un piloto rapidísimo de sprint si este quema las gomas en una sola via y después no queda nada para el resto , correr en resistencia es totalmente distinto el ritmo si importa, cuidar los cauchos y el auto también .




AUTO:

 

 

Empecemos con una linea " no siempre el auto mas rápido es el que gana la carrera "
curioso verdad , nada mas cierto en una carrera de resistencia , el equilibrio importa entre velocidad, facilidad de manejo , durabilidad.

antes ya teníamos variedad entre toyota gt one de scale, dallara de spirit el siempre comfiable r8c de slot it , pero hoy son un monton mas los que se agregaron haciendo un abanico de posibilidad es increíble a la hora de enfrentar una carrera de resistencia, casi siempre los autos elegidos son le mans o grupo c , rara vez gt

con lo cual una vez que tienes resuelto el grupo de amigos para correr lo segundo seria probar varios autos a ver con cual todos se sienten mas cómodos dado que como decíamos la suma de todos los pilotos marca la diferencia al fina y creo que ahi es donde la preparación del auto es importante donde todos los pilotos hagan un buen ritmo no importa si son los mas rápidos sino que todos se sientan cómodos dado que al correr de las horas es donde se marca la diferencia.



tener un equipo donde alguien es buen mecánico , otro piloto es rápido otro conservador , la union de ellos es buena en conjunto siempre y cuando el rápido no " queme " el auto .


Estrategias :

bueno hay varias maneras de encarar la carrera lo que si es cierto es que la estrategia se cambia y adapta acorde a como va la carrera , posiciones , estado del auto , etc .


Algo que realmente me parece increíble que funciono en muchas de las carreras que corrí tanto en lanus com , temperley , añe y otros circuitos , fue nunca salir a lo loco a hacer la punta de la carrera, es mas si podemos seguir al mejor auto, hasta es mejor ir 2 que marcar el ritmo , la mayoria de las veces seguir al auto puntero hizo que este trate de accelerar el ritmo para alejarnos eso hizo que gastara los cauchos de mas y luego promediando la carrera este auto perdería ritmo siendo superado facilmente , es incontable la cantidad de carreras que uno empieza suave , buscando el ritmo , mientras los punteros se jactan de hacer record de vuelta y para la mitad de carrera ya se habían " gastado " todo el auto y empezaban los problemas  .

También les sorprendería la cantidad de veces que enfrente pilotos super rápidos en sprint y al venir a resistencia no sabían administrar el auto corrían igual manera y luego el auto no rendía como al principio.

bueno como decía hacer la punta y administrar es mas difícil que ir segundo e ir tanteando a los punteros para ponerlos nerviosos y cometan algún error , hay que tener nervios de acero para ir primeros y jugar con la diferencia del segundo para que este se desespere por la punta y cometa errores , llendo atras es como que la presión es siempre para el auto que va al frente.


cambiar cauchos, no parar , cuanto tiempo  por vuelta se pierde con la punta o se saca al segundo , todas cuestiones que se ven sobre la marcha , dependerán de un buen estratega en el equipo para saber cuando tomar determinada desicion , para lograr el éxito .

PULSADORES :

Lamentablemente dependiendo del reglamento la opción es una sola el electrónico , digo lamentable mente por que soy amigo del pulsador resistivo donde uno tiene que controlar el auto , adaptarse a las necesidades y cambios del auto en cambio el electronico tiene todo un abanico de posibilidades para readaptar la curva de aceleración  , pique de motor si es algo flojo de salida , regulación de freno en fin ayudas de conducción que pueden sacar décimas importantísimos al final de la carrera , algo realmente imposible con un resistivo .



Generalmente los cauchos y el motor van por parte de la organizacion esta en nosotros ver que funciona mejor y como ponerlo a punto.



Considerando todo esto estamos mas preparados a la hora de encarar una de las carreas de nuestro queridisimo hobbie .

un saludo 
Mex22




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Wanted Event coordinators for new ScaleRacing Center

Wanted Event coordinators for new ScaleRacing Center

Looking for energetic, friendly, polite individuals to run Events and Birthday Parties.
Come be part of history in the making at the ScaleRacing Center in Tacoma WA 98409

Call Alan at 1-253-255-1807 for more information.

Price shown reflects starting wage per hour.

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Carrera 132 track on my attic

Hey guys,

long time reader, first time poster here. I've just finished editing a video of my track.

Let me know what you think, and enjoy the video.

Cheers,
Steve

Le monde de Bob

Pa piste

Ça avance doucement du côté de ma piste. Quand j’ai du temps de libre, je préfère tourner que d’y bosser. Une petite mise à jour des modifications. à suivre ici

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F1/ GP de Hongrie, essais qualifs.

Nico Rosberg partira à nouveau en pole position du Grand Prix de Hongrie, pour la cinquième fois sur les six dernières courses. Et alors que son coéquipier chez Mercedes Lewis Hamilton a encore joué de malchance, l'Allemand s'élancera devant son compatriote Sebastian Vettel et Valtteri Bottas. Jean-Eric Vergne partira lui en huitième position.


Nouvelle pole pour Nico Rosberg.

Et dire qu’à deux secondes près, Sebastian Vettel s’offrait sa toute première pole position de la saison… Mais Nico Rosberg est encore passé par là, privant son compatriote du meilleur temps des qualifications du Grand Prix de Hongrie samedi, en bouclant le tour du Hungaroring en 1'22"715, 0.486 secondes devant le piloteRed Bull (1'23"201), le Finlandais Valtteri Bottas (1'23"354) complétant le podium.

Une cinquième pole en six courses qui vient conforter la domination du leader du championnat du monde, qui a vu son coéquipier et rival pour le titre Lewis Hamiltonencore jouer de malchance lors de cette séance. Le Britannique, devancé de 14 points au classement des pilotes par l’autre pilote Mercedes, avait pourtant réalisé un carton lors des essais libres mais n’a pu boucler la Q1, sa voiture ayant pris feu dès les premières minutes ! Avec cette nouvelle déconvenue, vraisemblablement causée par une fuite d’essence, Hamilton partira en fond de grille dimanche, comme la semaine dernière à Hockenheim après son accident en qualifications. Une vraie tuile puisque le tortueux Hungaroring ne présente pas les mêmes possibilités de dépassement.

Une véritable aubaine pour Rosberg, qui n’en demandait pas tant. Autre victime de cette Q1, Kimi Räikkönen, évincé par Jules Bianchi, partira en 18e position, juste derrière un duo de Tricolores puisque Romain Grosjean s’élancera depuis le 16e rang, devant Bianchi. Meilleur Français de cette séance, Jean-Eric Vergne, le plus rapide en Q1, a lui terminé à la huitième place d’une Q3 marquée par l’accident, heureusement sans gravité, de Kevin Magnussen, piégé par la pluie tombée en début de Q3. Devant lui, Rosberg avait évité de peu la catastrophe, tirant tout droit mais parvenant à éviter l'accident avant de reprendre la piste. La chance du futur champion ?

Q1:

Capture d’écran 2014-07-26 à 16

Q2:

Capture d’écran 2014-07-26 à 16

Q3:

Capture d’écran 2014-07-26 à 16

Récap:

Capture d’écran 2014-07-26 à 16

 

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A Revell Aston Martin DP214

I think most of us have our own ideas about what models best represent what cars. For me the best 1960s GT cars are the Revell series made in the mid 60s. A Revell red Ferrari 250GTO was my first ‘real’ performance slot car – for me it re-wrote the rules about how a slot car can go. So when I bought Graham Poulton’s (= Slot Forum member Zagato) excellent resin body of the 1963 Aston Martin DP214 Le Mans car (which was very loosely based on the DB4) I naturally thought of retro-fitting it with a Revell chassis.

Here’s the result. I’ve fitted it with an SP80 chassis (the hottest chassis variant for the Revell series). This particular chassis has an interesting scratchbuilt drop arm that was probably built in the 60s. It has Ortmann rears and goes very well (a bit too well for an old Revell!). It’s based on one of the two 1963 Le Mans cars, it’s painted in the correct California Sage metallic green (check out Zero paints here if you have neuroses about correct Aston colours!) and it has a bit of extra detailing, eg inlets opened out, PSR rear lights & headlights and RS wheel inserts to keep the feel of my Revell cars.













and here it is with the rest of my Revell GTs











My Revell Cobra is sitting in the bits box, awaiting its rebuild - a story for another day.

All the best

Andy


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Track Layout Advice Wanted

I'm new to Carrera and have been playing with track layouts with Ultimate Racer. I'd really like some suggestions from folks who have built and raced this scale, before I finish buying my pieces to start my build. I have most everything pictured in this layout except the banked curves. Would be interested in knowing how frequently banks are used. I don't see them very often in the designs I'm finding in other places on the net. Don't worry about hurting my feelings. I'm completely open to your ideas!

This design takes about 8' x 12' and track length is approx 57'.

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My arduino lap timer

Thought I would share a photo of my arduino lap timer.

Counts four lanes, and also the time. Just working out why a smaller font isn't working. But it's **** awesome!

Brand New Lipton Camaro Trans Am Scalextric Free Ship

Brand New Lipton Camaro Trans Am Scalextric Free Ship

Brand new in the case.. never run.

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Parts.. LED light setups and wheels - SOLD

Parts.. LED light setups and wheels

Light setups from AutoArt Mustang, Scalextric Cougar and something I can't remember :)

12 minilight type Trans Am wheels, set of 4 MG wire wheels, set of 4 Mustang GT wheels..

Mustang interior and Camaro interior..

Everything shown in one lot..

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Lot of 1/32 scale numbers / sponsors - SOLD

Lot of 1/32 scale numbers / sponsors

Peel and stick decals.. tons of numbers and several sponsor types..
Great for NASCAR and Street Stock oval racers..

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Tulio Crespi 25/7/14

Como dice la cancion de Italia 90..Notti Magique (noche magica) para los que no lo conocen puede haber pasado como que recuperamos uno mas ,para el grupo,para los que lo conocemos,haber recuperado para nuestro grupo a JORGE "EL PELADO " OTTONE es magico, si bien por ahora solo como espectador de lujo (se esta reponiendo de una operacion a corazon abierto) tenerlo nuevamente con nosotros es un lujo poco comun,constructor de chasis,diseñador y constructor de muy buenas pistas ,diseñador de carrocerias ,etc y como si fuera poco giro ,solo como practica y despues de terminada la carrera,con dos de los autos del Staffora mini team,en tiempos realmente muy buenos ,salto de calidad sin ninguna duda para el parque del club de amigos.
Tambien Notti Magique para el Staffora Mini Team con un lastre de 22 vueltas lo que equivalia a largar desde el ultimo lugar ,salio a descontar la enorme diferencia que le llevaban sus rivales directos en la lucha por el campeonato,en la primera via desconto 9 vueltas a murmullo y 7 a pablo gorosito y a el auto nro1 del Perazzo racing,siguio corriendo a fondo todas las vias y en la ante ultima via tres autos se encontraban en la misma vuelta ,Murmullo,Pablo Gorosito y Luis Maria tenian 432 vueltas cada uno,via perfecta para LM ,no se salio ni una ves y a muy buen ritmo logro sacar 2 vueltas de diferencia con su mas cercano perseguidor,la clasifica quedo asi
1ero Luis Maria .....270 vueltas y 154 puntos en el campeonato
2do...Murmullo fuertes268 vueltas y136 puntos
3ro....Pablo gorosito 268 vueltas
4to Perazzo ...............264vueltas y 148 puntos en el campeonato

El viernes 8 /8 sera la proxima y ante ultima del campeonato,esperamos por los que estan fuera del pais y por los enfermos,que no estuvieron en la gala de anoche.
El martes las pruebas comienzan a las 20 y terminan cuando se va el ultimo................no se olviden(en especial mi amigo R. WEBER)
Abrazo de automodelista ,mucho automodelismo con amigos y vamos por mas NOTTI MAGIQUE(noches magicas)
CORRO CON VOS ,,NO CONTRA VOS

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SCX Porsche GT3

SCX Porsche GT3

Very light use, but I lost the high wing..

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Ninco Porsche

Ninco Porsche

Like new but no case..

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Ninco Porsche 997 - anglewinder

Ninco Porsche 997 - anglewinder

Nice car with light use..

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SCX NASCAR Kasey Kahne - red/white

SCX NASCAR Kasey Kahne - red/white

Nice shape, smooth runner, aftermarket rear tires..

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SCX NASCAR Kasey Kahne - Blue/White

Nice shape, smooth runner, aftermarket rear tires.

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Poster for Wright Raceway in Palmdale, CA

The raceway doesn't even open until September 1 and some impressive promotional efforts are already underway.

 

A link to the raceway's new Facebook page has been added to the Wright Raceway entry in Slotblog's Raceway List, too.

 

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BSCRA 24th International race - South Downs, Sussex, UK

Only four weeks to go and the entry is building!

Fantastic news... Paolo Trigilio, the only person to win all four titles (Brazil 2011) at an ISRA World Championships, is coming. Olli Katamaa, a Finish superstar, is coming. Nine racers from the Czech Republic are coming. Jorge Cruz from Portugal is coming.

Come on... Join the International field and REGISTER now.

 

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Track plans for carerra both analog anddigital

What is a good track planner for carerra I'm in Australia and find it hard to find parts and good program's to help newbie home builders


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NSR Gulf Porsche GT3 free shipping worldwide

NSR Gulf Porsche GT3 free shipping worldwide

NSR Porsche GT3 Gulf in excellent condition

10 parade laps.

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Ferrari 312 T2 scalextric $51.49 shipped worldwide

Ferrari 312 T2 scalextric $51.49 shipped worldwide

Ferrari 312 T2 used but excellent shape. New PG rear tires.

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List Date: 7/26/2014

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