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Hi from Lancaster, PA
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It's always great to see a new slot racing forum on the internet. I have a permanent Scalextric/SCX slot track in my basement that I call Overlook Raceway Park. I'm looking forward to learning a lot from all the other members on this forum and I plan to share some of my ideas and photos as well. Here are a couple of photos that show an overview of Overlook Raceway Park:

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Looking forward to learning a lot more about slot car racing.
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Nice!
Does the copper tape negate the need for the booster cables ?
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#3

really really nice track !!!  Looking forward to seeing more :)
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Welcome aboard. Wavegreen 

That's a great looking track with lots of nice details.
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Hello  dwdirks, 
Superb layout you have there. Yes, this is a new Forum and brings lots of opportunity for a fresh start - go for it !

Leo

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Thanks for the nice welcome to SlotRacer Online. 
Yes, the copper tape on the rails does make a big difference on my track. It is about 65 ft long and the current was not evenly distributed at all until I added the copper tape. That's all I've done and it works well for me. The tape has been on for 3 years now and I've only needed to repair a couple of small sections.
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#7

Lovely track there !
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