Rules

 

Grand Prix and Formula 1 Classes
1/32 Model Car Racing
1918 - 2012
1918 - 1939 Pre-war Grand Prix
1948 - 1952 Libra and Formula 2
1952 - 1959 2.5 Litre Grand Prix
1960 - 1965 Half–ton Formula GP (1.5 Litre)
1966 - 1970 3 Litre F-1
1971 - 1979 Cosworth Era F-1
1980 - 1985 Turbo Era F-1
1986 - 1994 Senna Era F-1
1995 - 2001 Schumacher Era F-1
2002 - Present Modern F-1
Other Formula include: Indy Roadsters, Indy 60’s, Indy 80’s, Formula II, etc.

 

Sports & Prototype Classes
1/32 Model Car Racing
1953 - 2012
1953 - 1961 World Sports Car Championship
1960 - 1965 World Grand Touring Championship
1959 - 1967 US Road Racing Championship
1960 - 1967 Experimental Prototypes (LeMans +) World Endurance Championship
1966 - 1971 SCCA Trans Am
1966 - 1973 Canadian-American Challenge Cup
1968 - 1971 World Manufacturer’s Championship
1972 - 1975 World Championship of Makes
1976 - 1981 Group 5, Group 6, Group 4, IMSA GT, Trans-Am II
1982 - 1993 World Sports Car Champ - Group C, IMSA GTP
1994 - 2000 World Sports Cars
1995 - 1999 FIA GT
2000 - present FIA LMP (LeMans Prototypes 1 /2 ), Modern GT/ GT2

 

Moments ...

in Slot Car History

In 1939 Bentram "Fred" Francis 1939 started a tool-making company, which ran twenty-four hours a day throughout the war years. Two years after the armistice he turned to a gentler cliental following a childhood ambition to become a toy-maker, and founded Minimodels Ltd which, among other toys, produced Scalex and Startex clockwork cars. At a London toy fair Francis saw a display featuring battery-powered cars running around a track, but without user control. As a true toy man he new straight away what was missing, real 'play value'. After 6 months of investigation and seeing the giddy reactions of his marketing people as they tried to control the now electric-powered Scalex cars - renamed Scalextric convinced Francis that he was onto a winner.


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