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If our club car racing is the bread-
These are the current bring-
WHO GT Championship -
Slot.it Group C -
Classic Group A Touring Cars -
Goodwood Revival -
The 2020 WHO/digital guide explains all the formats and build guidelines in detail. You can download a pdf of the guide from this page or the WHO/digital home page.
Here are some broad guidelines common to all the classes:
Digital Chip: Unmodified Scalextric C8515 EasyFit Digital Plug or the C7005 or C7006
Magnets: Any traction magnets must be removed.
Ballast: Ballast (eg lead sheet) may be added, but must be fixed securely inside the chassis.
Chassis & body: Removal of material only permitted to allow body-
Components: Only standard parts original to the car may be used.
Braids: Robust braids (ie not ultra-
Tyres: Any rubber or urethane tyres can be used. They can be trued and glued to the wheels. We particularly like the Paul Gage range of tyres.
Any questions -
WHO racers can get a discount on online orders of full-
Just ask for details at a WHO event.
Click the image to view the pdf guide explaining all our 2020 racing formats and build guidelines