DTM

Our DTM series features possibly our most heavily-modified cars. We take a body shell from Carrera’s range of contemporary DTM cars, and mount this on a 3D printed chassis. To this we add a standard Scalextric 18,000 rpm motor, a SSD chip, and Slot.it running gear. These are the fastest and best-handling cars we race!

The first two years of our DTM championship has thrown up some really close racing, and the 2016 title was only settled after a count back of second place finishes as first and second in the final points table had tied on both points and total number of race wins.

 

Format:

40-80 lap races (depending on length of track used) with points awarded for positions:
1st – 25
2nd – 18
3rd – 15
4th – 12
5th – 10
6th – 8
Races are run using RCS64 software, and features fuel, tyre and weather simulation.

 

Car Spec:

Body Shell: Carrera DTM Audi, Mercedes or BMW
Chassis: Slot.it/Shapeways or JS Flex 3D printed
Motor: PSR Mabuchi 20K
Chip: Scalextric DPR chip and loom
Running gear: Slot.it PCSA55 axles, Slot.it SICH70 motor pod, GIG027bz crown gear, PL09 pinion, SICH88 or CH26 rev a guide
Wheels: front – PA18pl, rear – PA18als
Front tyres: SIPT15 (or standard)
Rear tyres: Slot.it SI-PT06 S1 silicone

 

2020 Results and Championship Positions

Round 1: Round 2: Round 3: Round 4:Total
1
Lee

116.25

116.25
2
Darren

112.5

112.5
3
George

86.25

86.25
4
Anthony

75

75
4
Scott

75

75
6
Steve

60

60
7
8

 

2019 Results and Championship Positions

Round 1: Round 2: Round 3: Total
1
Darren

118

118

101

236
2
Lee

101

80

101

202
3
Anthony

94

94

104

198
4
George

75

85

98

183
5
Steve

64

69

63

133
6
Scott

56

62

69

131
7
Cliff

52

XX

54

106
8
Alex

XX

52

XX

52
9
Norman

XX

XX

50

50

 

Previous Winners:

2019: Darren
2018: Anthony
2017: Anthony
2016: Lee
2015: Darren

 

2020 Race Schedule:

Round 1 – 27th February (Race Report)
Round 2 – 23rd April
Round 3 – 16th July
Round 4 – 3rd December

Viking Away Day – 14th March (Saturday Event)