Not all of the SCX cars with steering, the Ferrari and Minardi don't. They are not as quick as the Ninco cars but are but drive nicely.
looks like a pleasant and entertaining car to do races with, thanks for sharing! Nice track by the way 😊We run the old SCX F1s with stock motors and they're a very competitive class.
Hmmm...Crash 'n' burn, though. Crash, and burn.
It's just... wrong and wrong-er.
Absolutely. Not many people get in their road car and crash it three times during a short journey to the shops, yet plenty crash three times in a twenty-lap slotcar race, week after week. Why? 😇Crash N burn is right right right, obey the laws of physics
I'm not familiar with the SCX Ligier, Brabham and Tyrrell. Are the chassis similar to the MP4/4 and F1/87? Do you have any photos of them? I'd be interested to have a look.We run the old SCX F1s with stock motors and they're a very competitive class. Most people go for the McLaren MP4/4 and Ferrari F187/88 as they're the cheapest and most plentiful, with a Minardi and a Jordan in the mix. But over the years we've seen Ligiers, Brabhams and Tyrrells all do well, there's very little between them provided that you look after the tyres.
Most Rally cars only use three screws (two in the front and one in the rear) for racing, unless you want to have them completely original 😉.On a related subject does anyone know the size/where i can get some replacement body screws?
A few of my cars bought off ebay are missing the middle 2 screws and the above hyundai I've just bought only has 2 screws in total!