The Worthing HO Racing website is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0
Unported License (except where otherwise noted) 2012-
WHO Racing is a not-
The club has a child protection policy. Both Andy and Simon hold DBS certificates.
We do ask that all young people who are twelve years old or younger bring a responsible adult with them.
You may have noticed that we like our photos and videos! Young people and their parents / guardians are asked for consent to be included in images.
Although we have no formal membership, as soon as you start your first race you’re a ‘WHO racer’.
Race fees are paid on the door -
If you have any questions, just ask!
Worthing HO Racing was launched in Febuary 2010 by Robin Cornwall and Andy Player
as a not-
In 2014, Mike Dadson helped the club added Scalextric digital to the schedule. This
WHO/digital offshoot has grown to fill half of the calendar at the Barn and has the
same philosophy of as our HO racing -
WHO Racing celebrated ten years in February 2020, just a month before shutting down for the Coronavirus pandemic. We started racing again in April 2022 with our 201st event.
30 minutes practice -
4 x 2 minute heats -
2 minute finals -
The winner and highest-
Points go towards a championship for each class and an overall club championship, with trophies and prizes awarded at the end of the year.
Find our race calendar and much more in the Racing section.
All the details of the Scalextric digital racing are in the WHO/digital section of the website.
HO is the term used to describe the small scale of slot cars that we race. The term
HO comes from model railways, meaning ‘Half-
Modern HO slot cars are near 1/64th scale and are manufactured by Tomy AFX, Micro Scalextric, Auto World and Viper. They may be small but they handle well and go fast.
Club cars are always available to use at our events. We usually have ready-