Slot-It Group C
Overall aim is cheap simple racing with minimally modified cars (keep things cheap, fair and even)
Group C was used in the FIA's World Endurance Championship (1982–1985), World Sports-Prototype Championship (1986–1990), World Sportscar Championship (1991–1992) and in the European Endurance Championship (1983 only). It was also used for other sports car racing series around the globe (All Japan Sports Prototype Championship, Supercup, Interserie). The final year for the class came in 1993.
Slot-It branded replica cars raced 1982-1993 Group C.
No modifications except the following
Free choice slot-it tires on original hubs.
Tires may be glued and trued.
Tires not to protrude beyond body of car.
Front tires may be coated to reduce friction in corners.
Freely added within body.
Free choice Slot-It guide.
Original screws loosened freely to allow chassis-body movement.
Chassis screws may be glued to aid screw retention.
Rear axle bearings, motor and motor wire may be freely glued to chassis.
Original unaltered motor, gears/gear ratio/pinion, body, cockpit and chassis