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> Teamslot News; Alpine A310 V6 GTP “B.Wollek"
Posted by JEXY1 - 28-09-16 11:30 - 6 comments


News from Teamslot;

Alpine A310 V6
GTP “B.Wollek"
Jagermeister
Due now




The third Teamslot livery of the Alpine A310, this model represents French driver Bob Wollek, who competed in the World Sportscar Championship. Fitted with a TS12 motor, new chassis and independent motor carrier.





Images as supplied by Staffs Slotcars UK
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> Superslot Spanish PCR stunt
Posted by tamar.nelwan - 26-09-16 15:18 - 9 comments
News article from Slotcar-today.com

text & image © www.slotcar-today.com

PCR CHASIS FREE SUPERSLOT HORNBY
By buying a model to race
Superslot, Scalextric Hornby Spain, just launched a commercial action to strengthen the presence of its cars in the races.
For quite a few years, Superslot is pushing hard to increase the performance of their models.
For it Hornby reached an agreement with Slot.it for the development of PCR chassis, designed to provide models of the British brand the plus needed to cope with guarantees the usual in the club tracks.
Now Superslot, Scalextric Hornby Spain, launched an unusual initiative intended to give a definitive accolade in the major championships.
With the purchase of one of the models listed, delivers free a PCR chassis for the model.
An excellent opportunity to test the quality of this chassis designed exclusively for competition.
All information on this initiative from (Spanish) specialist dealers.



Ford Sierra RS500 (Ref.: H/C 3738)
BMW E30 M3 (Ref.: H/C 3739)
Mclaren P1 (Ref.: H/C 3756)
Ford Sierra RS500 (Ref.: H/C 3781)
BMW E30 M3 (Ref.: H/C 3782)
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> NSR Corvette C7R
Posted by tamar.nelwan - 21-09-16 16:22 - 14 comments


Our colleagues in Italy have just posted the first pictures of the production model of NSR's new Corvette C7R on Italiaslot.com




First look at the injection moulded body seems to confirm that the NSR C7R was modelled as one of the pre 2014 cars. (no diff cooling ducts on top of the rear wheelarches)
General body lines and shape seem to be well captured.


There's one area where they seem to have taken some short cuts. The grille behind the fornt wheel arch and the lower part of the front wheel arch are a bit over simplified.


But these are minor details, even in plain white plastic there's no mistaking this guy for anything else but America's favorite bad boy wink.gif


Nice detail at the rear as well, the oil cooling fan now an integrated part of the body (C6R had this part on the chassis)


On the technical side, no real surprizes here, just the basic triangular pod and drop arm, if it aint broke...dont fix it.
Although the C7R chassis does have one novelty, well for NSR that is.
As has become the trend with most performance brands, NSR now also has extra body supports that allow you to regulate the body ride height with grub screws.


But instead of adding extra support tabs in the body NSR have intergrated these with the front and rear detail parts.

All pictures © http://italiaslot.com

No information yet on when the C7R will be availble.

with kind regards
Tamar



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> Racer Sideways News - Kremer Porsche 935 K3 Ricoh
Posted by JEXY1 - 9-09-16 10:21 - 7 comments


News from Racer Sideways;

Kremer K3
Porsche 935
Le Mans 1978
Gurdjian/Schornstein/ Winter
Ref:RCSW45
Retail £59.95


Due to be delivered (UK) next week is the latest version of the Kremer K3 935 as raced at Le Mans in 1978. The car was driven by Gurdjian, Schornstein and Winter, finished in the striking Ricoh Watches livery.







Images and info as supplied by Gaugemaster.

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> Racer Sideways News - Ford Mustang Turbo
Posted by JEXY1 - 9-09-16 09:47 - 10 comments


News from Racer Sideways;

Ford Mustang Turbo
1982 Road Atlanta IMSA GTX
K.Cogan
Ref; RCSW49
Retail £59.95




Yet another surprise as this was not the livery we was expecting first and not this soon. The model is the Roush prepared Zakspeed Mustang Turbo that was driven by Indy car ace Kevin Cogan at the Road Atlanta round of the 1982 IMSA GTX Series. The car features Slot.it components and is a welcome addition to the popular Group 5 range.



Images and info as supplied by Gaigemaster.
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