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    Dan McCollum's routed PVC track, Bridgewater, NJ:











    Don Wormley's Scalextric Sport Layout, South Plainfield, NJ:




    Paul Pearlman's Scalextric Sport track, Edison, NJ:



    Robert Holt's Wood Track, Plainfield, NJ:



    Video:
    [youtube]KX4SqwTjdaI[/youtube]



    Jeff Young's Scalextric Sport Track, Cranford, NJ:


    Video
    [youtube]G78Vgr4gu4g[/youtube]



    Robert Holt's Ninco Track, Plainfield, NJ:


    Video
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    Carlo Tonalezzi's Scalextric Sport Track, Ft. Lee, NJ:


    Video
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    Kim Daniels' Carrera Track, Edison, NJ:


    Video
    [youtube]28OV558eRhg[/youtube]




    Bob Pomann's Scalextric Sport Track, Spring Valley, NY:


    Video
    [youtube]WsydO31hsLo[/youtube]



    Carl Bergen's Scalextric Sport Track, Red Bank, NJ:


    Video
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    Robert Holt's Carrera Track, Plainfield, NJ:


    Video
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    Mario Baskin's Carrera Track, Staten Island, NY






    Last edited by NJSLOT1_32; 09-29-2015, 09:51 AM.

  • #2
    Man, you N.J guys sure got it covered. Very nice.

    Dave

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    • #3
      No kidding! Great variety of tracks. Needs more wood, though. ;-)
      I'm pretty sure I've seen a few of those in YouTube videos. Be sure to post a thread with a bunch of your club videos in it.

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      • #4
        Thanks DW and Mr. Flippant. A few members have indicated interest in building a wood track. Just added videos, thanks for the reminder.
        Last edited by NJSLOT1_32; 12-10-2012, 04:07 PM. Reason: Added videos

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        • #5
          Some nice tracks there. Maybe one day some of us SCANCs (Slot Car Addicts of North Carolina) can make it up there to race a few of those. We've got 5 routed mdf tracks within an 45 minutes of Winston-Salem with a sixth nearing completion and have hosted the Atlanta Gang on a few occasions. Maybe you Jersey Guys can make a trip down here one day soon....
          Here are our tracks
          http://www.slotcarillustrated.com/po...ad.php?t=52790
          Steve

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          • #6
            Originally posted by sacesta View Post
            Some nice tracks there. Maybe one day some of us SCANCs (Slot Car Addicts of North Carolina) can make it up there to race a few of those. We've got 5 routed mdf tracks within an 45 minutes of Winston-Salem with a sixth nearing completion and have hosted the Atlanta Gang on a few occasions. Maybe you Jersey Guys can make a trip down here one day soon....
            Either way, or both would be nice. There's a few of us who travel to races, although several have family/job committments. I've seen some of your group's tracks, very impressive. Also, one of our former club members moved down to your area. Hoping to have another wood track or two in our club in the near future.

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            • #7
              We are very lucky to have so many tracks in our area. We do have a could of non plastic tracks around in the group. We also have some BIG commercial tracks also not far from us. Love to run the BRM and 1/24 Scale Auto cars on them.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by NJSLOT1_32 View Post
                Either way, or both would be nice. There's a few of us who travel to races, although several have family/job committments. I've seen some of your group's tracks, very impressive. Also, one of our former club members moved down to your area. Hoping to have another wood track or two in our club in the near future.
                I haven't heard from Clarence in several months although he has raced with us often.

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                • #9
                  Hi Guys
                  Nice Tacks! We are moving to Forked River NJ 2nd week in Jan. How far away are you guys from me? Have to leave my track here in Hawaii too expensive to move, but keeping of course all cars. As for racing is the Slot it type of cars all you race? Do you race the classics also?
                  I know blah blah blah!
                  I will be having major slot with drawls after the move and will need to work out the kinks!!!
                  Once settled have plans for a wood oval and wood road course, copper for the oval and braid for the road course.
                  Will be copying this . . .


                  This was my track from 2000-2004 it got destroyed by rain, it rains 150 plus inches a year on the Big Island.
                  Marty

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                  • #10
                    Hey Marty, very nice track! Welcome to NJ in advance, I sent you a PM. Regarding cars we race, we race Slot.IT Group C and a whole lot of other stuff. Here's a partial listing of what we've raced over the past couple of years:



                    BRM Porsche & Toyota (1/24 scale)

                    IMSA GT Group 5

                    Selected 1950's Sportscars

                    Selected 1950's/1960's Sportscars

                    Selected Carrera GT

                    Fly March 761 Vintage Grand Prix

                    Selected Fly/Scalextric 1960's LeMans

                    Fly Daytona Prototype

                    Selected LeMans GT2/GTS 1995-2000

                    Selected LeMans GT1/GTP 1997-2004

                    Selected 1970's Fly LeMans Classic

                    Selected Fly LMP

                    Selected Fly GT Front Motor

                    Fly Porsche 908/3 and Fly Chevron

                    Scale Auto GT (1/24 Scale)

                    Selected Scalextric Formula 1, 2005-2010

                    Scalextric Gurney Eagle-Weslake/Lotus 49 Vintage F1

                    Selected Scalextric GT

                    Selected Scalextric GT, Sidewinder Only

                    Selected Scalextric JGTC

                    Selected Scalextric GT & JGTC
                    Selected Scalextric Vintage TransAm

                    Scalextric Mini Cooper

                    Selected Scalextric GT & TransAm

                    Selected SCX GT
                    SCX NASCAR, (excluding SCX Pro)

                    SCX NASCAR, (Including SCX Pro)

                    Selected Slot.IT LeMans Classic Open Cockpit

                    Slot.IT Group C

                    Selected 1967-1973 CanAm Mosport

                    Selected Multi-Mfg. LeMans GT2 and GTS 1995 - 2000

                    Selected Multi-Mfg. LMP 2004 - 2009

                    Selected Multi-Mfg. LMP 2009 - 2012

                    Selected Multi-Mfg. 1970's/1980/s Vintage GP
                    FIA GT1 2010 Season

                    FIA GT3 2010 Season

                    NSR 1970's Classic (Porsche & Ford)

                    Ninco 1950's/1960's Classic

                    Ninco Megane Anglewinder

                    Ninco Megane Inline and Anglewinder

                    Ninco Xlot

                    Selected Ninco GT Anglewinder

                    Selected Ninco JGTC

                    Selected Racer Resin

                    Selected 1972 Interserie Hockenheim (similar to CanAm)

                    Selected Multi-mfg. DTM/Touring

                    Selected Multi-mfg. TransAm (Scalextric/Pioneer/SCX)

                    Selected 2010 Spanish Int'l GT Open Valencia

                    Sideways Daytona Prototype

                    Sideways DP & Ninco Porsche 997 (grouped by lanes)

                    Vanquish CanAm & Ford Mirage

                    Some of the classes above are not self-explanatory, but more details are forthcoming.
                    Last edited by NJSLOT1_32; 12-27-2012, 12:04 PM.

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                    • #11
                      thanks for the get back!
                      Everything is going smoothly for now ETA NJ Jan 8 2013 Unless unforseen problems just waiting for the moving co.
                      Can't wait to race with some REAL racers, just raced with a few kids and their dads couldnt hook em in and start some real racin.
                      You guys look like you have some real fun! And my wife can't wait to get me out of the house!!!
                      Hawaii is great but no interest in racing just "surfin"
                      Aloha
                      Marty

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                      • #12
                        Having had the pleasure of racing with this group I can tell you both the tracks and the people are top notch!

                        Hopefully I can start finding time to race with you guys on a more regular basis, I just have a few more items on the "honeydew" list before I'm allowed out. lol

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                        • #13
                          Junior Taylor Racing

                          I've raced in every time zone in the US and the NJ group is by far the most dedicated, fair, and fun racing I've experienced. When guys who compete in National competitions will enter pigs in races and loan their best cars to newcomers, you've got a group focused on growth and FUN; hence all the tracks and regular visitors from other States.

                          That said, there are certain rivals I'm looking to rub fenders with next week at Carl's track. I'm stopping in Philly to tune my cars (inside joke) and race with you gentlemen. And you too Mario and Kim!

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                          • #14
                            Question on how to post Track and information

                            I have a quick question regarding the Forum. I know I met at least a few of you at Speed Zone a few weeks ago so hopefully someone remembers. I have a large commercial Ninco Track in the Burlington center and thought it might be helpful to add it to the "New Jersey" track list. I am assuming as a new member i will not be able to do that so I wanted to see if someone could let me know what that process is. Saw a lot of cool layouts here in the thread.

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                            • #15
                              Just head over to New Jersey subforum, and launch a new Thread there.

                              Best to provide details including location, phone number, hours of business ... but no weblinks unless you're an SCI Advertiser.

                              PM me if you're still stuck; oh and it's a good idea of course to include a picture of your track!

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