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    BRM BMW 2002 Car coming at the end of 2020!!! Finally some good news to end the year.




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    First up new decorations of the Opel from BRM due out the end of September.

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    BRM109

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    BRM110

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    Then in October we will land 2 new Alfa's

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    Then in November a new fiat Abarth:

    BRM113: FIAT ABARTH 1000TCR - SCCA CHAMPIONSHIP #7 - Rear camber system







    Now with stunning detail as BRM steps up the ScaleRacing look. The Mini Car Series is now a big seller for us at www.132slotcar.us

    Make sure to get your pre orders in soon.

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    SCI Owner.
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    I thought at least the BMW 2002ti would get some love. Especially after the sucess of the first Alfa releases in this "Mini Car" Series from BRM.

    Just to clarify what is the Min Car" series well they are cars that though 1:24th scale car run even on Scalextric and SCX 3" lane spacing layouts.
    this has boosted the sales for he "Mini Car" line from BRM Worldwide. As many clubs and private racers run on those track systems. They are even more fun on Policar Track and I will be posting some tests on that Track system soon featuring BRM Cars.

    Any questions?
    Alan Smith
    SCI Owner.
    www.scaleracing.com
    www.slotcarillustrated.com
    www.facebook.com/scaleracingcenter
    www.132slotcar.us

    1-253-255-1807

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    • #3
      I'll likely pick up the Warsteiner 2002 - I really like these minis!

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      • #4
        I really like the Abarths but wouldn't the Opel be move forgiving in the handling department. It seems like the Minis and Opel's would be a little top heavy.
        Dave

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        • #5
          "Got it... Got it.... Don't got it!"

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          • #6
            Originally posted by dw5555 View Post
            I really like the Abarths but wouldn't the Opel be move forgiving in the handling department. It seems like the Minis and Opel's would be a little top heavy.
            Dave
            We ran these "small cars" in the Tacoma 24 hour race at Alan's Scaleracing Center last year. Every team had to run a Mini, an Opel and a SImca for an equal amount of time. While I must admit I was a bit doubtful at the outset, all these cars were incredible to race. Our three cars were extremely close in performance and lap time, so much so that I would be hard pressed to pick a favourite. If I was forced to choose, I would have to go with the Mini. The handling was simply superb on the fast 8 lane track: had to be seen to be believed!

            The whole event was an unbelievable amount of fun.

            The field before the race:

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            Our team's three cars:

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            • #7
              They were certainly a lot of fun.

              Alwyn I'm surprised you can't provide a car by car by lane comparison?

              If I recall the Opel was the most forgiving but the Mini was definitely the quickest

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              • #8
                Originally posted by slotbutton View Post
                If I recall the Opel was the most forgiving but the Mini was definitely the quickest
                I like that better, Is it more forgiving? I like forgiving more that speed.
                Dave

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                • #9
                  Mini and Fiat are both quick. The Fiat needs lower profile front tyres to lower it into the slot a little bit as well. We also back the body screws off a bit extra to create some float. The Fiat is more of a challenge to drive but when you get it going it flies and looks the best humming around the track.

                  While we race them all together - the discussion is that there are provably two classes - the mini saloons (Fiat, Mini, NSU, Simca and Gordini) and then the Alfa, Escort and Opel they changed the rear axle on the latter three.

                  These are one of our favourite classes. We love running them - no magnet stock tyres or the softer BRM tyres or some urethanes and away they go.

                  cheers
                  David

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by slotbutton View Post
                    Alwyn I'm surprised you can't provide a car by car by lane comparison?
                    You got me: the one year I did not do it....

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