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Slot Car Magazine By Marc Abbott & Ric Woods
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SlotCarMAG is magazine has been selling all over the world, which means we could feature a much broader spectrum of subjects and skills than we had first envisaged. That the magazine is still around... More > after four years is as much a testament to our contributors as it is to anything Marc Abbott and Ric Woods have done. For this book, we each made a list of our favourite features from past issues. Where our choices coincided, an article was immediately ‘in’. The remainder were decided on after a frank exchange of views and only as a last resort did we ever engage in arm-wrestling. If you are a regular reader, I hope we have included some of your favourites too. If you are new to the magazine, I hope this will whet your appetite for what we do.< Less
Slot Car Magazine – January 2017 By Marc Abbott & Ric Woods
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Welcome to our first issue of the New Year. I detect a complete lack of enthusiasm for 2017 as far as the real world is concerned, which probably makes the escapism that hobbies provide all the more... More > important. Cheer up, there’s only five months until Gaydon! (UK Slot Car Festival). Here at Slot Car Magazine we are continuing in our quest to be as up-to-date as any bi-monthly magazine can be, with some more from the world of 3D printing, as well as the old favourites that either involve spending money or getting your fingers coated in some modelling material that stays there for weeks. I must say thanks again to all those brilliant contributors, without whom… well, there would be no Slot Car Magazine, just some leaflet with me having a moan about something or other that nobody else is bothered about.< Less
Slot Car Magazine March 2016 By Marc Abbott & Ric Woods
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A very interesting period in Slot Car History... Ninco seem to have lost the plot somewhat, Scalextric have published worrying figures... however, a new manufacturer is born – Thunder Slot!... More > Giovanni Montiglio, once of NSR fame, hits the spotlight with what we believe is a very well designed first car: The Lola T70 MKIII. Plus, of course, much more to whet you appetite!< Less
Slot Car Magazine April 2015 By Marc Abbott & Ric Woods
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There is something of a track-based theme to this issue and hopefully some of the articles will provide some inspiration for the coming months. We were invited to test the Sky Sports F1 track... More > designed by Martin Brundle – read the report. May will see the 2015 UK Slot Car Festival at Gaydon. It’s the highlight of the year for UK slot racers, and to help you enjoy the day to the full we have a special supplement showing a few not-to-be-missed highlights of the show. We’ll be there, of course, and we’ll be running a couple of stupendously easy competitions for anyone purchasing this magazine in paper format on the day.< Less
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 Magazine July 2015 By Marc Abbott & Ric Woods
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The July 2015 issues features the new company Thunder Slot, formed by Giovanni Montiglio. Plus: 3D Printing, Scalextric Ferrari P4 revamp, Sideways Porsche, Porsche 914 by Slot Racing Company,... More > Scalextric – The Ultimate Guide, ModelAnt Fiat 505F and the fabulous chassis of Richard Mack.< Less
Slot Car Magazine – May 2017 By Marc Abbott & Ric Woods
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We have a bumper issue this time. I’ll not list all the items we have managed to include for your entertainment – after all, there’s a list of contents just over there – but... More > let’s just say that if you don’t find something you like, you were probably expecting a magazine about mobile gambling machines… We’ve gone and passed another anniversary, probably a sign more of our own bloody-mindedness rather than any enduring popularity, but I do want to say a very sincere thanks to all of those brilliant people who have filled these pages with great slot-based features. Please can you keep doing so? Right, you’ll be wanting to look at the other pages now. If you do happen to come across us at any random slot car-based event in May, do come and say hello. And tell us we’re great. And buy more copies of the magazine.< Less
Slot Car Magazine February 2015 By Marc Abbott & Ric Woods
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The February issue features the new cars from Nonno Slot; your chance to win a track side figure; Scalextric rally guide improvements; Ford's assault on Le Mans.... plus much more.
Slot Car Magazine – July 2016 By Marc Abbott & Ric Woods
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Now, what more could you want? YES, this month you have a chance to win a fabulous limited edition print by artist Jeff Norton BUT not only that, it's signed by race driver and Le Mans winner, Jackie... More > Oliver. Oh yeah – and there's lots of stories about slot cars as well.< Less
Slot Car Magazine – November 2016 By Marc Abbott & Ric Woods
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We have taken time away from the day’s weighty political issues such as “Do the French actually play French Cricket?” to bring you lots of interesting stuff about slot cars, plus a... More > little bit about music too. Further to my dosage-upping tirade last time about using popular liveries just to make money, I would like collectors of all things Jägermeister to note we have a total of two articles that no orange-loving fans (I mean the cars, not the fruit) should be without. With any luck we’ll sell enough copies to afford Christmas presents this year. Plus... What about that "chappy" on the front cover? A record review? What gives? It's OK, we're in Total Control! Finally, have a good festive season. Some ‘Peace on Earth’ and a touch of ‘Goodwill To All Men’ would be nice, eh?< Less

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