We support all forms of retro slot car racing, so whether events are planned under the standards we publish here, or according to other rules, we are happy to include them in our events Calendar.


CSCRA promotes and encourages the adoption of a common set of car classes and standards to make it easier for clubs to organise events which bring together people of all skill levels of building and racing. Common standards mean that enthusiasts can build cars knowing there are likely to be a number of opportunities to race them at open events. The current standards can be viewed on the 1/32 Car Standards and 1/24 Car Standards pages.

Welcome to the home of the independent Classic Slot Car Racing Association. We aim to promote and support all forms of ‘retro’ scale slot car racing, both in the UK and also around the world. You can find out more about our aims here.

A 1/32 Ferrari 712 seen at the 2012 Pendle Trans-Am meeting.

Photo courtesy of Dave Wisdom.


All the currently known 2019 racing events have been incorporated into updated CSCRA calendar, which can be found on the Calendar page.

The 1/32 Trans-Am RTR Car Standards have been recently updated. The CSCRA 1/32 and 1/24 Car Standards documents are regularly updated and the latest versions can be always found on the 1/32 Car Standards and 1/24 Car Standards pages. 

Thanks to David Farrow for his handy one-page summary of the key CSCRA Scrutineering Dimensions.

Racing at the 2017 CSCRA Classic at Presto Park Slot Club, Norfolk.

The cars of the Trans-Am series are popular with slot car producers and racers alike, and this is reflected in the continuing popularity of the CSCRA Classic  Trans-Am Championship, run over the last few years at clubs all over England.