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For the 2012 UK Slot Car Festival we are planning some great new additions.
One is that all visitors will receive a free 32 page full colour souvenir programme, produced exclusively for the Slot Festival in association with Slot Car Mag.
We would like to offer all clubs a free inclusion in both our club directory on the Slot Festival website and the programme.
We are NOT simply going to reproduce the directory found on the forum or on slotcarmap.
What we need is for Clubs to actively take part in supporting the event, so please take the time to include your clubs information on this thread.
We need:
Name of Club
Address Details of Club
Contact for Club, Phone, email etc
Type of track & classes raced
Web Address & any other relevant info
Please note we will only publish details of clubs posted on this thread.
So if you would like some free publicity for your club to reach thousands of visitors to the UK Slot Festival event and website post now.

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Thanks for this here are our details:

Norwich Slot Racing
41 Hurricane Way

Contact Details: Ken Mason 07786 375179, Andy Grear-Hardy 07909 644127 & John Parr 07789 648953 / [email protected]

Type of cars raced:
All plastic chassis i.e. Sports/GT (mostly NSR/Slot.It) Touring cars (same), NSR Porsche 997, SCX Nascars, American Muscle. 140 foot long four lane permanent wooden track.

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Thanks Sean,
Here`s our details.

North East Restoration Club Slots, Est.1971.
A friendly amateur club.
1 Wilden Rd., Pattinson Ind.Est. ,Washington, Tyne & Wear. NE387HD.

Telephone Kev;
0191 4190972.

We always meet first Thursday of every month & mid month Wednesday(from 7pm). Only £2 per nights racing.

4 lane routed track.

Classes we race;
Classic saloons, Modern saloons, Classic sports, Modern sports, Pre-1968 F1, Modern F1, NASCAR , Self build saloons & Autograss.
The club has cars to loan out.

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Hi Sean.

Tyneside Slot Car Club
West Allotment Community Centre
Benton Road
West Allotment
Newcastle Upon Tyne
NE27 0DN

Contact via

We have a four lane routed track & a single lane routed rally track.

Classes raced:
Classic F1, endurance & saloons.
Modern F1, endurance & saloons.
Nascar, Rally & sometimes caravans ?.

We race twice a month with fairly relaxed rules, all welcome.



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Farnham Scalextric Club
Farnham Conservative Club,
Ivy House,
Ivy Lane,
Surrey GU9 7PQ

Contact Details: Alec Edge - Email: [email protected] - Phone Number: 01252 650530

4 Lane 'Ninco' Club Track with DS Lap Counter/timer.
We race every Wednesday evening starting from 8pm.
First visit is free.
We run a wide variety of cars 95% of which are box stock RTR cars (Ninco, SCX, Scalextric, Carrera, NSR, Avant, etc). We alternate between 'Club Cars' and 'Own cars' each Wednesday. On 'Club Car' nights all the cars are supplied and are lane cars. On 'Own car' nights you race your own cars, but the club also has spares in case you don't have any. We run 8 classes each night with four races in each class. There is a Bar downstairs!

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We'll be there

Gainsborough & Lincoln Slotcar Club,
5a Bradleys Walk,
Nth Lincolnshire,
DN21 2LW

We have two wooden Tracks Big G

which is currently undergoing a massive face lift - Big-G is a fast and flowing track which was used for BSCRA racing. Which will soon be hosting special events once all the work is completed a great deal of effort is going into bringing this track back to it's former glory...


4 lane track with the standard Red,Yellow, Green, Blue lane marking. Long gearing is needed to maximise the huge straight sections, the longest of which is an impressive 30' long on this 110 foot track. The long sweeping curves make this track a joy to drive. The track surface on Big-G is a silky smooth gloss finish, totally different to Little-g.

And Little G

Little-g is a fast and twisty circuit. From the start line, you are straight into the technical right/ left/ right/ left esses section. The last of these left turns, is a tight 130 degree bend, leading into a short incline, with a tricky 90 degree left hander at the brow. If you managed to stay in the slot around this last left hander, you are now in the critical area of the track. The 180 degree hairpin is the start of the acceleration zone, leading to another tight right, before opening out into a medium straight, long sweeping right, where carrying the corner speed is all important and eventually leading into the long 20' straight section where you can nail the throttle. As you get to the end of the main straight, you will be braking hard over the bridge section before taking the tight left hander, down the hill into the leaning 180 degree hairpin. A short squirt under the bridge will leave you unsighted for a brief moment, as you try to gauge the braking spot for the last right hander. A quick squeeze of the throttle will see you completing the lap.


This is the track that is used on a Thursday evening. The racing on this track is with Scalextric type 1/32 scale Hard Bodied RTR cars.

The track surface has an abrasive Sandtex finish. Soft tyres are needed here, to get any sort of performance out of the cars. No goop is allowed on the track, but it is permitted to rub NSR tyre oil into your tyres before arriving, and then clean off with lighter fluid before racing. The power to the copper tape is from a single car battery, hooked up to a charger. This offers a very smooth and consistent flow of power, being able to provide far more Amps than 4 drivers will ever need.

The 4 lanes are colour coded:


Each car that races has a coloured piece of tape placed on it's bonnet or windscreen, corresponding to the lane that the car is running in. This makes marshalling the cars after a de-slot, a much easier affair.


Lap timing is a feature in the Little-g room. Lap times of around 6 seconds are average, with the better drivers getting down into the low 5's. Drivers personal best times for each category are recorded, so you'll always have a target to beat.This much needed lap timing/counting system was bought and installed by club member Chris Adams. (Thanx Chris). The Championship is run every Thursday over 13 weeks, with the drivers 8 best scores counting to the end of season table. The driver with the most laps and bits wins....simples! The software/hardware that Chris so generously purchased, is the excellent SlotMaster package.


All non racing members will order of t'management!!!Little-g needs 5 marshalls to be covered properly, but it can get away with just 4, if need be.

Opening Times: Thursday - Scalex 1900hrs. Though we tend to get there slightly earlier

We race Scalex type 1:32 slotcars at the moment that consists of:

4x4 - Any 4x4 Slotcar. (Current favourite is the Ninco Peugeot 307's)
Saloon Car - Any Saloon car (Current favourite is probably the Spirit Peugeot 406's)
F1 - Any F1 car (Current favourites are the Ninco F1's)
Sports car - Any Sports car (Current favourites are NSR Moslers)

The format is simple three minutes warm up followed by three minutes Racing. While not racing you are expected to marshal. Each racer gets to drive each class, rotating through the lanes race by race.

New members are always welcome to join us there will always be loan cars available for you to try while you get a feel for the track. We always welcome new members to come along young or old.

First Night is free, there after it is a very reasonable Race night-Adult £2.00, Child £1.00 (Under 16s). But most of all its a Great Atmosphere.

Contact us @ or via where the majority of the members are active.

Did I miss anything?

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English Association of HO racing clubs
(Organisers of the National HO racing series)

c/o 60 Woodberry Road, Shotgate, Essex SS11 8XG
Contact: D. Walpole ([email protected])

Open wheel and closed wheel HO classes, mixture of sectional and routed tracks, one permanent, 10 rounds per year, venues include St Neots, London. Chatham and Worthing near Brighton

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Hi Sean,

Molesey's club details:

The Molesey Scalextric Club is one of the oldest in the country being formed in 1978.

We are located in: Ray Road, West Molesey, Surrey KT8 2LG, Surrey. junction of Beauchamp Road (Five minutes from Hampton Court Palace).

The club has its own venue, Our new track built in 2007, is a six lane gloss surface wooden routed track.

We cater for all skill levels at our club meetings and provide a Tyre Truing Service and Work Shop weekends. The club run a variety of Scalextric, Spirit,, Cartrix, Fly and Ninco cars.

Thursday is main club night, doors open about 6pm with racing starting at 8pm. Monday is practice night.

Please contact Neil on 07767 850488 or email: [email protected] to confirm opening times. Race control, lap counting and race statistics are computer controlled. Hot drinks, cans, bottled water, crisps and chocolate are available in the kitchen all thought the evening.

Contact Details
Neil: 07767 850488
Email: [email protected]
Web site:

Thankyou kindly

Marc Abbott
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I'd just like to echo Seans encouragement to get your club listed.

I'm really looking forward to doing the programme as much as actually attending the show.


Matt Tucker
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Wellingborough Scalextric Club

Top Floor Gilmore Factory Unit, Mill Road, Corner of Strode Rd, Wellingborough, Northamptonshire. NN8 1JU

# Contact Details: Matt Tucker ([email protected]), mobile: 07825115038.

# Opening Times:
every Tuesday - from 19.30: BSCRA/Metal chassis type cars on the 6-lane Raceway track
every Thursday - from 19.30: Scalextric type cars on our routed 4-lane Scalex track
Saturday bi-weekly (check website for which w/e) from 12.30: Slot Stox/NASCAR on the 6-lane Oval circuit

Ring the bell on the door marked Scalextric Club - make sure you hear it ring and be a bit patient as we take a bit of time to clamber down the stairs!!

# Details:
Free first week, then £4 adults and £1 <16 (need to be accomponied by an adult) - fees cover an entire weeks racing. Free tea and coffee.

Set classes with mini and annual championships, club controllers available, members happy to lend cars and provide lots of support to get you started on the road to competiveness. Also for the first few months you can race what you bring irrelevant of the class we are running.

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Sean as requested

Oxford Scalextric Club

We race at
Ramsden Village Hall
High Street
Ramsden Nr Witney

Contact through website, or John Underwood mobile 07973502269

We are open on the first and third Tuesday night of the month, as and when there is a fifth Tuesday of the month we race this night as well. Open up about 8pm with racing from 8.30ish

Club track is Ninco 4 lane of about 90ft.
We race mainly standard RTR cars from Slot-it, Ninco, SCX, Fly etc....
Modified and magnet racing also catered for
Cars and controllers for use if required
Race fee is £5 a night and Annual membership of £10 a year. Free tea/coffee

All are welcome


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Hi Sean, details of 'Presto Park Slot Car Club'. Norfolk.

Located at Pinewood Farm, Shortthorn Rd, Stratton Strawless, Norfolk. NR10 5NT -just 10 mins North of Norwich Airport.

Contact Mike Harvey 01603 754319 or mobile 07771560275. email - [email protected]

A new circuit of 116ft lap length constructed to BSCRA standards, November 2012. Braided MDF, grey floor painted surface. Fully landscaped. 46amp power supply. DS timing together with computer software programme.

We race hard bodied cars - NASCAR, Open Wheel, Pro and Standard Sports/Gt, Pro and Standard Touring cars. Club cars and club trucks. Cars and controllers available for new members.

Web address site not updated yet with new circuit.

We race every Wednesday 7 to 10pm.

Practise first Tuesday of every month.

Hot food and drinks available on race nights.

First visit is free.

Presto Park is a friendly club with advice always available for new members.

Thanks. Mike (yazoo)

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Hi Sean, here's details of "Bournemouth Slot Car Club"

Racing every Thursday evening, doors open 7.15pm

Routed MDF 4 lane copper braided track - 107 ft./ 32.6m lap length to BSCRA standards

Cars raced, BSCRA production and other low cost 1/32 and 1/24 classes

Web site

Location - Boscombe, Bournemouth, Dorset

For more details, please contact Derek Purkis - [email protected] tel. 01202 309872 or Chris Frost [email protected]

Phil B.
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Wye Valley Slot Car Club
The home of slot car racing in South Wales

Nevill Hall Hospital Sports and Social Club, Brecon Road, Abergavenny, Monmouthshire, NP7 7EG.
Contacts - Phil Field 01432 259301 [email protected] Phil Barry 01873 852429 [email protected]


Tracks - Ninco 94 foot four lane Grand Prix track or 86 foot National track.
Nine of the best purpose built rally tracks with tarmac, forestry and snow surfaces.

Club racing is on alternate thursdays from 7.30 to 10.30pm plus a monthly thursday rally night. See the club website for up to date details of forthcoming events

First visit is free, then racing is just £5 per night and £2.50 for juniors (all juniors must be accompanied by a parent or guardian). Full membership is £20 (£10 juniors) per year which entitles club championship registration, driver seeding and Christmas raffle prizes. Club hand controllers and cars are available on loan for first time drivers.

Classes raced - Ninco GT, Rally cars, Classic F1, Classic GT, Club cars - Slot It Jaguars, Peugeot 406, SCX Nascars, trucks and Ferrari F1, NSR etc.

Hosting rounds of the Wales and West Challenge, Slot Rally GB, SCX Endurance and Cartrix Grand Prix.
Full bar facilities are available at club prices. Tea, coffee and biscuits are free at championship races.

Marc Abbott
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Burnt Oak Slot Car Club
Burnt Oak Community Centre
Burnt Oak Broadway
Edgware, Middlesex
(Adjacent to Edgware Community Hospital)

Based just outside North London, Burnt Oak is approaching it's 25th year and at present has a very healthy membership. A couple of years back we decided to rebuild our entire track and dump the original 4 lane Polystil circuit, which had come to (and probably past) it's sell-by date. We now have a wonderful 6 lane Ninco track (33.8 metres) which was designed by Marc Abbott and built by chairman, Dave Druce.

Burnt Oak also participates in the "Champions League", an inter-club series to promote racing against other local clubs which has proved very successful. Burnt Oak have been team champions twice and also twice runner up in the last four seasons.

Your first visit to the club is FREE and we will be able to lend a car and controller to help you on your way.

email: [email protected]
Tel: 07426 060877
Meetings: Wednesday evenings
Track: Ninco 6 lane, 115 feet
Canteen: Selling Hot or cold drinks and confectionery
Race Fee: £5.00 (£6.00 non members), £10.00 yearly membership fee. All under 16s free.

Classes: Sports/GT, SCX Formula 1, Touring cars, Rally, Classic Sports/GT, Ninco Lexus, Club Cars (cars supplied by club)
We also have endurance races in the dark using car lights only.

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The home of Scalextric racing in West Norfolk
Name: Mussel Bay Raceway

The Conservative Club,
12 London Road,
King's Lynn,
PE30 5PY
There is ample free parking at the back of the club, entry through the alleyway next to the Queens Arms pub.

Contact details:
Phone - 01553 813090 (Brian)
Email - [email protected]

Type of track:
Wood/copper tape, 4 lane, 100ft+ lap length.

Classes raced:
Club cars - Scalextric Impact Resistant type. Provided by club - arrive & drive.
NASCAR, American Muscle & Japanese GT - all box standard.
Saloons - limited modifications allowed.
Sports/GT - open class, most modifications allowed.
(All classes are for hard bodied "Scalextric" type cars).

Web Address:

Other information:
Race night - Friday, 7:30pm - 11:00pm
First visit free then £6 per night (juniors £3.00). All juniors must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
NO membership or joining fee!
Loan cars, controllers and friendly advice always available for newcomers.
Cheap beer & food!
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