AWRA 2023 Season Racing
Wednesday, December 28, 2022
Saturday, December 24, 2022
Womp Mafia Race - Jan 14, 2023
New Porsche 917LH From LeMans Miniatures
Now available from Le Mans Miniatures is the 1/32nd scale Porsche 917LH from the 1970 and 1971 Le Mans 24 hour endurance races.
5 Liveries are available representing the Martini International Team, Porsche K.G., John Wyer Engineering Team Gulf, and Martini Racing Team.
The Porsche 917LH driven by Jackie Oliver held the outright lap speed record average of 244.38 Kph in qualifying for the 1971 24 Hour classic. This record stood for many years until the era of the Hypercars who achieved slightly under 250 Kph qualifying laps.
The LMM 917LH is a sidewinder style resin chassis with adjustable front axle height and fully detailed interior including an authentic driver figure.
Check with your local retailer for availability and price or contact https://www.lemansminiatures.com
Photos courtesy of Le Mans Miniatures.
Monday, December 19, 2022
Parma 3/32" Axle Crown Gears Available Once Again
New 48-pitch 3/32" axle crown gears are available now; made from the original Parma tooling.
Tuesday, December 06, 2022
2nd Annual Reunion Race 2022 Hosted by On The Edge Raceway
In 2021, a "reunion" race was held to remember the racers we have lost over the years and enjoy the company of racers who are still with us. It was not intended to be a "race" in the conventional sense but a vehicle to make memories and have fun.
The first event was hosted by Atlanta Slot Car Raceway in the Atlanta GA northern suburbs.
It was a success and well attended by racers in the South East, so a second event was planned and held on the first Saturday of December 2022.
Due to scheduling conflicts and other factors, the second event was held at On The Edge Raceway in Fort Oglethorpe, GA. The races were run on the "Daytona" tri-oval track.
One class was run for the event with technical specifications being FCR/GRC 4 1/2 in. chassis, Sealed Parma 501 motors, and "Hardbody" styrene NASCAR stock car bodies. Tech was somewhat relaxed with cars that were "close" being passed.
Mid-America Products provided a stock of Parma 501 "Deathstar" motors in advance to the raceway. These motors have just become available again after many years of them being out of stock and difficult to find in new condition.
There were 45 entries, and the event was run through 5 mains 2 mins by 8 lanes each.
Sponsorship for the event was provided by Kelly Racing Products, Mid-America Products, Salvino's JR model kit company, and Project X Racing products.
Pizza was provided for lunch by On The Edge Raceway. Thank you to Trent and Brandi Layne for their hospitality during the event.