Tuesday, February 17, 2009


The winning car, with race number 18, was driven by Britain's Duncan Hamilton and Tony Rolt. This car, chassis number XKC051, was powered by a 6 cylinder in-line engine with 3.4 litres of engine capacity pushing out 220bhp, which gave a top speed of 230kph. This model is finished accurately in British Racing Green with the correct racing number positions, and the photo-etched front grilles reveal the central mounted headlights that enabled the drivers to thread their way down the long and fast Mulsanne Straight during the hours of darkness at the famous La Sarthe Le Mans circuit.

This electric racing slot car is approximately 6 inches in length. It operates on most readily available 1:32 scale slot car race track systems and is most commonly used on Scalextric 1:32 race tracks in the U.S. Contact your race track manufacturer to confirm this brand of slot car will work with your brand of track. This slot car is only available through the hobby market industry. See more.


Brigitte said...

Oh wow, that is so cool! I know many people that collect slot cars.

Mô hình said...

Very cool!