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As Nuro pointed out the difference is the connections, so just get which ever one you need for the track sections it will be connecting together.

If you want the boosters for Classic, you'll probably need the SCX ones as it is likely to be difficult finding the Scalextric ones.

Do you have any plans to change to Sport?

If you do, even if it is just gradually over time, go for the Sport option (along with some converter straights).

Jon,
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QUOTE shame scalextric haven't released all the old track types. SCX are certainly upping their game and NINCO are following suit.

Scalextric seem to be just concentrating on digital etc.

The range of Classic track sections was built up, and released, over a very long period. The Sport system is only a few years old and over time it will be increased. A few new packs were released last year, and there are a few more this year - with more due for Sport Digital and World.

So give Scalextric a chance, as I'm sure we'll be seeing plenty of new track sections over the coming years.

Jon,
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