2016 Touring Car Series

The ASCC Modern Touring Car series follows the spirit of modern Touring Car series from around the globe, pitting the cars we see on the road each day against each other in the their best racing trim on the track.

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2016 Slot.it Group-C / IMSA Series

Return with us to the days of MTV and Nintendo and the sleek Group C and GTP Prototype race cars. These ultimate sports racers, from the bulletproof Porsche 956/962 to the Jaguars, Toyotas, Nissans, Mazdas, and more, battled for supremacy at Le Mans and Spa and Sebring and racetracks all over the world.

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2016 Modern GT Series

The GT classes of sports car racing offer some of the most exciting and diverse forms of Motorsport. In 2016, our Modern GT slot car series will include GT cars that raced after January 1st, 2005 with a base production of 100 or more.

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2016 DTM Series

The DTM series combines the best of a stock series and the best of an open series by putting a beautiful Carrera DTM body on top of a Slot It/Shapeways 3D printed chassis built up with the same Slot It parts collection found on any of the Slot It Group C cars.

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2016 Rally Series

Group B regulations fostered some of the quickest, most powerful and most sophisticated rally cars ever built. This year we will relive the golden era of rallying by racing Scalextric models of the most famous cars from that period.

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Formula GP – 2016, Race 2 Results

Our second Formula race was a little more exciting than our first race.  Unfortunately one of the more dramatic events was Marty’s motor pod cracking leading to a DNF for his 3rd heat (see our forums for a possible preventative patch).  Ary was tending to his mother in Brazil so Russell continued to drive for Team Barbosa and posted some respectable times in the 3.8s. Our CorpusChristi chapter was represented by John B. – it…

Formula GP – 2016, Race 1 Results

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In 2015 we had the itch to try a F1 style race again and chose the AllSlot formula GP chassis as our platform. Under ideal conditions these cars ran very fast and had good handling, however their chassis was a soft plastic that was easy to break at the guide boss, motor mount and front strut. The problem was exacerbated by their tendency to literally fly off the track under certain conditions!  We had enough…