I'm not going to recommend a track system as I use vintage track but you might find this from a Politrack thread in the track and scenery forum as it shows the comparable curve radiuses
Try googling "miscircuitosdeslot" its a database from a Spanish former road enginner, +1000 designs, Im sure you'll find something useful or at least get some ideas.I have been trying out various track designers. Does anyone know of one that can be dimensioned. I have an L shaped 9x5 foot space. I would like to know what will fit. It would also be nice to have distances calculated. If you have a gap between 2 track sections, click on one, click on the other and get the distance between.
Bear in mind that that graphic shows ten lanes for both Ninco and Policar, but just eight for Carrera and Scalextric. When you only consider eight lanes, Ninco and Policar are closer in space requirements to Scalextric.Beardy: Great graphic! proves I need to go scalexxtric.
I'd start with a long straight on this part of track then take it from there. You have so many options, not sure the current design should be one of them, no offence but with that space you should be having one long full length straight, then work on the flow, compound curves are great but not if they make the driver sick3,5 meter on the long side
Grabbers sort this out no problem, especially if you're running yellow flag. Use the space you have.I won't go deeper as the 1,2 meter because you have to be able to grap a deslotted car.