2018 Rules and Regs - Additional information


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Class Name


Scoring type

Class A

ALL SLOT CAR 1:32nd Formula GP

3 minutes

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Class B

1:32nd NINCO Porsche 997 Challenge

3 minutes


Class C

1:32nd SCALEXTRIC Britcar (SCALEXTRIC GT & Touring Cars)

3 minutes

Best heat

Class D

BRM 1:24th Group C

3 minutes

Best heat

Class E

1:24th Supersports

3 minutes

Best heat

Class F

1:32nd Historic Sportscars (Alan Clark Memorial Trophy) 1966 - 1981

3 minutes


Class G

1:24th Historic Sportscars 1966 – 1972

3 minutes


Class H

1:32nd CARRERA DTM Cup

3 minutes

Best heat

Class I

1:32nd Thoroughbred Grand Prix (TGP)

3 minutes

Best heat

Class J

1/32nd Goodwood Revival Series – Pre-1965

2 minutes

Best heat

Class K

1:32nd Touring Cars

3 minutes

Best heat

Class L

1:32nd GT-E(ndurance)

3 minutes


Class M

1:32nd Le Mans Series

6 minutes



Points scoring to be 20/16/14/12/10/8/6/4/2/1 Please note, points can only be scored and therefore contribute to championship standings by “full members” i.e. those that have paid the annual membership fee.


Free practice and track maintenance, free practice will take place after racing has finished for the evening or by prior arrangement on another free evening. Cleaning and gooping the track will now take place as determined by agreement during the year. Any other track maintenance (e.g. tape repairs) to take place on an ad hoc basis.


Annual membership fee of £20, or £10 for six months. Membership fees may be returned at a pro-rata rate if at the end of the season the member has attended less than 50% of meetings.

10. SUBS:

Adults £8 per night, 12 to 16 y.o. £2.


Junior members are 12 to 16 years old, Adult members are over 16.All members without official role are classed as Associate. Officials are classed as Executive.


Phil Hayes – Chairman

Ted Martin – Treasurer

Phil Clayton – Technical Officer (rules & race organisation)

Appendix B – See attached list

Appendix C – TransAm rules and regulations attached for reference only

Notes on rules:


    Touring Cars – There has always been debate on what constitutes a Touring Car. Essentially it is a road going saloon car with 4-doors, 4-seats which has been modified for racing. In REAL world racing these modifications take many forms and can result in cars which bear more resemblance to a GT car. The max tyre width rule is meant to equalise performance between pseudo-GT cars as they allow a greater tyre “footprint” and the more standard Touring car types. DTM type touring cars fall between those 2 extremes and the 10mm rule should level the playing field where these are concerned.
  1. Goodwood Revival Series – This is intended to be for those cars that raced prior to the end of 1965. Accordingly this allows cars with very narrow tyres to be raced against those with a wider footprint from 1966, hence the maximum tread width of 9mm.
  2. Eligibility – Please note that HPSCC rules committee reserve the right to veto any car/entrant which it feels is not in the ‘spirit’ of the class for which that car/entrant is submitted (eg. Attempting to run a modern Ford GT in Goodwood Revival or Historics as a ‘continuation’ of the 1960’s Ford G.T)
  3. Revisions – HPSCC rules committee reserve the right to update and revise the rules as requi.ed

.1st Draft – 29th December 2015

Final version – 25th January 2016

Signed off by – P. Hayes, T. Martin, P. Clayton.

Appendix B – list of eligible cars for GT-E (class L)


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Ascari KZR1


Audi R8 LMS

SCX, Carrera, Scalextric, Ninco, NSR, Scaleauto

Aston Martin DBR9

SCX, Carrera, Scalextric

Aston Martin Vantage

Scalextric, NSR


Fly, Ninco


Scalextric, Scaleauto, Carrera


Callaway C12


Corvette C5-R


Corvette C6R

SCX, Scalextric, NSR

Corvette C7R

Dodge Viper (new shape)


Dodge Viper (pre 2004)


Viper SRT


Ferrari 355

Ferrari F40

Ferrari 360 GTC

Ferrari 430

Ferrari 475

Ferrari 550

Ferrari 458

Ferrari 488

Ford GT

Ford Mustang GT500R

Honda NSX

Honda HSV

Jaguar XKR

Lamborghini Diablo

Lamborghini Gallardo

Lamborghini Murcialago

Lamborghini Huracan

Lexus SC430

Lister Storm

Marcos LM500

Maserati MC12

Maserati Cambiocorsa

McLaren F1

McLaren F1 GTR (long tail)

McLaren MP4-12C

McLaren 650S

Mosler MT900

McLaren Mercedes SLR

Mercedes CLK GTR

Ninco, Scalextric

Mercedes SLS GT3

Scaleauto, Ninco, Carrera

Nissan 350Z

Nissan Skyline GTR

Nissan GTR GT3

Pagani Zonda

Peugeot 406 Sihouette

Porsche 911 GT2

Porsche 911 GT1 Evo (not 98 version)

Fly, Ninco, Scalextric, SCX

Porsche 911 RS

Scalextric, Ninco

Porsche 997 GT3

Renault Megane Cup

Saleen S7R

Spyker GT

Toyota Supra

TVR Tuscan 400R

TVR Tuscan Speed12

Venturi LM600

Appendix C – Trans Am Rules and Regulations [a.k.a. “Pendle Rules”] for reference only.


Cars must be a accurate 1/32nd scale cars which competed in the Trans-Am series between 1966 and 1972.

Entries should represent a Trans-Am livery of the period and carry the race numbers positioned where they appear on the car on which it is based.

Cars which do not appear reasonably correct will not be permitted to run by the organisers.If you are unsure about the car of your choice and livery being eligible please ask.


Under 2 Litre class

Maximum body width of 54mm including arches.

Front wheels and tyres: Min diameter 15mm. Min overall width 4mm

Rear wheels and tyres: Min diameter 15 mm. Max overall width 8mm (not contact patch)

Minimum ground clearance of the chassis and body between the wheels is 1.0mm.

Over 2 Litre class

Maximum width including wheel arches of 64mm.

Front wheels and tyres: Min diameter 18mm. Min overall width 6mm

Rear wheels and tyres: Min diameter 19mm. Max overall width 10mm (not contact patch)

Minimum ground clearance of the chassis and body between the wheels is 1.5mm.


Hard bodies only, made from Rigid Plastic, Resin, Glass Fibre or Wood.Lexan or flexible vacuum formed bodies are not permitted.In all cases where wide arches are used proof of them on the real car may be required and arches may not extend more than 2mm either side of the main bodywork and may not exceed the maximum width allowed for the class.All cars must have clear window glass etc fitted where it appears on the prototype. Vacuum formed windows and headlight covers are permitted.All cars must have an interior consisting of either rigid plastic or vacuum formed plastic and have a 3 dimensional representation of a driver consisting of at least a head, shoulders, arms, hands and the upper part of a steering wheel. The interior must fill the cockpit area of the car so that the chassis is not visible when looking through the windows of the car.Bodies must be attached to the chassis securely. I.e. it must not be held together with sellotape.


The chassis, wheels and tyres, motor, running gear and guide assembly (when centralised) must not be visible from directly above or through the interior.Wheelbase is to be as accurate as possible to the car it is based upon and the wheels must sit in the centre of the arches when looking from the side of the car.Wheels must be representative of the real wheels and have appropriate inserts fitted.Chassis can be made from any material but must be of an inline configuration only.Weight may be added inside the car only and must be securely fixed.This is a non magnet event. Traction magnets are NOT allowed.


Only one motor is allowed to be mounted into the chassis.Only motors available from the Slot it, NSR, Slotting Plus and Scaleauto, MRRC, SRP range are eligible for use and must be identifiable.Motors must remain sealed and un-opened; any evidence of cans being opened will be viewed as tampering with the motor and is illegal. (No Neodium Magnets)

Motor must be positioned the correct way up in the chassis as intended and must not be positioned on its sides to aid magnetic grip.Motor must not protrude from the underside of the chassis.


Rear tyres must be of a rubber compound. No Sponge, Silicones or Ortmanns.Tyres may be glued to the wheels, trued and treated but must feel dry to touch at the start of a race.Tyre goops are NOT allowed.Front tyres must be of a rubber compound and may be clear varnished.

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