A detailed step by step guide to the building of Paramount Ranch slot track, with loads of tips and hints to help with track building.
Model Car & Track
Two articles about the M.E.S.A.C. slot track, a clever layout with many different possible configurations.
Two Model Car & Track articles detailing the scenic, figure of eight La Paloma Grand Prix slot track.
A series of articles covering the Auto Road Racing Association's scenic slot track build.
101 Circuits for Scalextric Drivers
The classic 1960s track plan magazine. Including track plans for Silverstone, Monte Carlo, Monza, Spa, and many, many more.
Aaaahh, Monaco. Beautiful and glamorous. One of the most famous, and iconic circuits in the world, but a difficult track to capture to scale.
Modelling all nine miles of the old Spa Francorchamps may be challenging, but here is an attempt to create at least an impression.
The fearsome and massive Nurburgring. Obviously there is no way to capture all of this track, but there are ways to create a flavour of it.
Watkins Glen is a compact, twisting track, close to the town of the same name, in New York state, USA.
Oulton Park, near Chester, is known for it's rapidly changing gradients, it's blind crests, and the saucy story behind the naming of Knickerbrook corner.
The venue for the South African Grand prix for many years, the East London circuit is situated at the mouth of a valley near the city of the same name.
A figure of 8 slot track can provide equal lane lengths, so it's no surprise that Suzuka is such a popular choice of reference.
Sebring is famous for it's sports car endurance events, and the American track is set on an old airfield.
Le Mans is the venue for the world famous 24 hour race. Circuit de la Sarthe is over 8 miles long, so some artistic is necessary to recreate it.
Just about every track manufacturer has recreated Brands Hatch, and many of the magazines too. And why not? It's a fantastic track.