The Nationals

The Nationals is the biggest event in the British slot racing calendar, and also the event with most history having been run every year since the first slot racing Nationals in 1964 although only 2 classes could be run in  2020 due to to Covid

The 3 day event  for the 3 individual  open classes and 2 individual clubman classes  is the  most important single meeting of the season, and the meeting with the largest entry.  It is run for 3 open classes of 1/32 cars -   Saloon, Grand Prix  and Sports/GT and  two classes only open to clubman grade drivers - INTRO 32 and clubman saloon.  It started as a rail event for Grand Prix  and Sports/GT cars in 1961 and became a slot racing event in 1964.

The National Club Team Championship.  This is an event for teams of 4 drivers representing club teams using 1/32 Group 12 powered Sports/GT cars.  This is held on a Sunday, normally a Production Challenge for 1/32  Super-Production and Falcon powered F1s is held on the Saturday, but this will not be run in the Covid shortened 2021 season  

The events are run by BSCRA to BSCRA rules.   As well as the overall championship which is open to everybody including premier grade drivers, there are also main and intermediate grade championships.  To see which grade you are in, see the current driver grade information.   

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  History from 1964

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