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Slot Car Magazine – September 2016 By Marc Abbott & Ric Woods
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Our man in Portugal returns to reveal the delights of Paris-Dakar style slot car racing. Part 2 of A Brush With Success, An Ho oldie takes to the track for the first time, Graham Pritchard builds a... More > Morris Traveller...< Less
Slot Car Mag – Issue 21 By Marc Abbott & Ric Woods
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Issue 21 (PDF version) of SlotCarMAG features, your questions to Hornby, the SCM Proxy challenge, pinion fix from Hub Habets, HO from Andy Player.... plus more.
Slot Car Magazine November 2015 By Marc Abbott & Ric Woods
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It’s a big welcome back to our HO-meister Andy Player, following his recent bout of ill-health. We have lovely Lancias from Hub, a cracking Cortina from Brett and of course there’s that... More > Thunder Slot Lola T70. It’s almost bound to be controversial, as were nearly all the releases from Giovanni Montiglio’s previous outlet for his brilliance, NSR. Of course it is directly pitched at NSR’s ‘classic’ territory. It is no secret that there is very little love lost between Giovanni and NSR, all of which makes this a very important step for Thunder Slot. Things might get very exciting indeed! Add to all that some home circuits and accessories that we hope will prove to be inspirational, Marc building up a lovely ’60s Ferrari and West Hamley meeting a sticky end…or does it?... and there you have it...< Less
Slot Car Magazine – March 2017 By Marc Abbott & Ric Woods
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In the Northern Hemisphere at least, things are warming up, slot-besotted Brits are discarding their coats as they head up into the attic to play, you can no longer still see your breath in the club... More > room after eight o’clock on a race night. The one event in the year that we look forward to more than Christmas – Gaydon – is only a couple of months away. Some of us have even started smiling again. Adventures in rubber and sponge, an HO head-to-head, Hub on Heat for Hire, Alfas and anticlockwise addicts all add up to a nicely varied issue, I think. Come on, there must be something in there you like! As I was writing this, news came through of the passing of another racing hero. As a motor sport enthusiast of many years, I must admit that I’m finding it impossible to sum up John Surtees in a few words; so many facets, so many achievements. Let’s just say there will never be another quite like him. Rest in Peace, sir.< Less

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