First quarter of 2020: Slot.it Group-C

Return with us to the days of MTV and Nintendo and the sleek Group C and GTP Prototype race cars. Slot cars eligible for this series are limited to any of the Group C/IMSA GTPs from the Slot.it and tuning options are limited to gears, tires, and general car preparation.

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First half of 2020: RevoSlot

This series is meant to be a driver’s series with the cars being run in stock configurations with very limited modifications being allowed. The cars will all be stock with the only items open for change to a non-RevoSlot item being the motor wires, braid and axle spacers.

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Second quarter of 2020: Thunderslot

ThunderSlot, founded by Giovanni Montiglio, a designer from NSR who wanted to create a higher quality but more affordable product, based on design elements that proved successful at both NSR and Slot.It.  These cars have fantastic performance out-of-the-box.

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Second Half of 2020: BRM 1/24

The FIA's Group C formula was designed primarily for the WEC which included the 24 Hours of Le Mans. However, several smaller series also adapted the Group C regulations. The Deutsche Rennsport Meisterschaft allowed Group C cars to compete alongside various other types of cars from the 1982 season until 1985 ...

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Forth quarter of 2020: Slot.it DTM

DTM is a touring car series in the mid-90’sis famous for the quality of close racing between very different makes of cars and the quality of drivers it attracted. The combination of closely matched cars and fast drivers meant the races were always close affairs with door banging and rubbing being more the rule than the exception.

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Controller Experiment – Maximum Output Comparison

Our club has tested several controllers for their maximum output. Here are the findings: Controller (Video order) Description Voltage Output RPM Output #1 Difalco 1/32 30 Band #1 10.21 Volts 6330(av) rpm #2 Slot.it SCP V1.1 10.17 Volts 6315(av) rpm #3 Difalco 1/24 30 Band 10.19 Volts 6320(av) rpm #4 Slot.it SCP V1.0 10.17 Volts 6340(av)…

2011 Slot.it Challenge Round #3 Update

Racers were greeted with sunny weather for this weekend’s race, even if it was still somewhat chilly.  The track surface started out a bit slippery until tires warmed up and some drivers struggled with grip for most of their heats.  In spite of that we had some very close racing, especially in the middle of…

2011 Slot.it Challenge Round #2 Update

Weather was much improved for this round of the ASCC Slot.it Challenge, unfortunately, many of our racers were more under the weather than enjoying it. That didn’t stop an exciting race from taking place. Track conditions were quite different than Round 1, leaving many racers searching for grip but finding the walls, especially in early…

Latest ASCC Track Video

Club member Autorama has put his video skills to use again and with great effect! •Check out the new car’s-eye view of a lap around our completed track as well as highlights of the track and wall scenery.  

Fly Ferrari GTO Slot.It Converson Project

Soon after the release of the Slot.It Ford GT I started looking to see what other cars the chassis might fit. The Fly Ferrari GTO, of which there are many variations, is a near-perfect fit. These cars have beautiful bodies but with the front-mounted motors, the cars don’t run well without magnets. Replacing the Fly chassis with the Slot.It sidewinder chassis promised to work much better. The BRM wire wheels really add the finishing touch.