Exquisite as it looks, NSR’s 1: 32 rendering
of the 1969 Le Mans-winning Ford GT40
driven by Jackie Ickx and Jackie Oliver
doesn’t compromise on its on-track
performance. Find out more at nsrslot.it.
INTRODUCING ARC ONE...
UNLEASH THE ’VETTES
The one that started it all... David Beattie’s
first built-for-retail track on display at his
local hobby store in Michigan. Slot Mod USA’s
tracks are still hand-crafted in the Motor City,
at the company’s base in Clinton Township.
racing if the lobby’s lights are switched off.
The 12ft x 20ft analogue three-lane track
also includes lap-timing which is projected
onto a miniature Jumbotron screen.
“It’s amazing, mood altering,” says
Mosing. “People break out into smiles
almost immediately entering the building,
thinking that the entire thing is just a static
diorama display. But when they find out
that it’s a functioning electric track to race
cars on they can’t believe it.
“It’s like real racing, but without
completely destroying your wallet,” he
chuckles. “It’s a great bonding tool and
alternative to a typical guys/gals hang-out.”
Personalizing your slot car racing
experience is now truly at your fingertips.
Scalextric’s new ARC ONE slot car system
allows users to wirelessly create and
manage races via a smartphone or tablet.
Download ARC (App Race Control), then
connect your device via Bluetooth to the
ARC One Powerbase, unlocking unique
features and control of your races.
Select features such as one of seven
different race modes, driver names and
number of laps. Customize and save your
race settings and car setup, then head
out on the track to test your skills and
challenge your opponent.
For added realism, you can even
monitor top speeds, fuel load and tire
wear. Then afterward, post your results
on Facebook or Twitter.
l Scalextric continues to release some
incredibly varied, eclectic and stunningly
detailed 1: 32 slot cars. Recent additions
include GT3 exotica such as the Bentley
Continental and Aston Martin Vantage.
It’s Corvette vs Corvette in this new
1:32-scale set from Carrera that features
a new-for-2015 mold of the C7.R racecar
complete with its 2015 IMSA TUDOR
United SportsCar Championship livery
(RIGHT). Not only is it the first set to feature
the latest car, but a C6.R is also provided
for some intra-team, cross-generational
competition – a Corvette first for Carrera.
This digital system starter set comes
with wired controllers, nearly 25ft of
track, fences and a power supply.
It features a double lane-change
section and Carrera’s Digital Control Unit,
which makes it a great starting point for
Carrera’s Digital world that can provide
real digital racing for up to six
competitors and features exclusively-
licensed Ferrari F1 and GT cars.
Available accessories include a pitlane
fueling feature, start light, lap counter,
and wireless controllers, plus an
application for race management.
Recent additions to Scalextric’s stable of cars include
GPR Racing’s Aston Martin Vantage GT3 that finished
16th in the Pro-Am class at the 2012 Spa 24 Hours.
Why that particular car, you ask? Because it’s painted
in Gulf colors! Enough said...
CLASSIC CORNERS IN MINIATURE
DWR features the old Sebring pits (LEFT),
Daytona’s banked front straight (TOP), and
the esses from Jeff Mosing’s local track,
COTA in Austin, Texas (BOTTOM).