Class 15: Super Magnet F1


Ready-to-race 1/32 slot cars representing Formula 1 cars competing between 2001 and the present day.


No modifications permitted from OEM specification except free choice of guide provided that no chassis modifications are required for fitment. Single traction magnet must be retained. Car may be repainted. Tyre choice free.

Eligible Cars:

2000 Minardi-Cosworth M02 (SCX)

2001 McLaren-Mercedes MP4/17 (Scalextric)

Williams-BMW FW23 (Scalextric, SCX, Carrera)

Sauber-Ferrari C21 (Carrera)

2002 Toyota TF102 (Scalextric)

Jaguar R3 (SCX)

Arrows-Cosworth A23 (SCX)

Jordan-Honda EJ12 (SCX)

Ferrari F2002 (Carrera)

Williams-BMW FW24 (Carrera)

2003 Renault R23 (Scalextric)

Sauber-Ferrari C23 (Carrera)

2004 Williams-BMW FW26 (Scalextric, SCX)

Ferrari F2004 (Scalextric)

Renault R24 (Scalextric)

Jordan EJ14 (SCX)

2005 Williams-BMW FW 27 (Scalextric)

Red Bull-Cosworth RB1 (Carrera)

McLaren-Mercedes MP4/20 (SCX)

Toyota TF104 (Carrera)

Ferrari F2005 (Carrera)

2006 McLaren-Mercedes MP4/21 (Scalextric)       

Ferrari 248 F1 (SCX)

Williams-Cosworth FW28 (SCX)

Honda RA106 (Scalextric)

Toyota TF105 (Carrera)

2007 Toro Rosso-Cosworth STR-1 (Carrera)

McLaren MP4-22 (Carrera)

Ferrari F1-2007 (Carrera)

2008 McLaren MP4-23 (Carrera)

BMW.Sauber F1-08 (Carrera)

Renault R28 (SCX)

2009 McLaren-Mercedes MP4-24 (Scalextric, SCX)

Brawn-Mercedes BGP 001 (Scalextric)

Red Bull-Renault RB5 (Carrera)

2010 Mercedes F1 W01 (Scalextric)

Lotus-Renault E21 (Scalextric)

McLaren-Mercedes MP4-25 (Carrera)

Ferrari F10 (Carrera)  

2011 Ferrari F150 Italia (Carrera)

2012 Red Bull RB7 (Carrera)

2014 Ferrari SF14T (Carrera)

Mercedes F1 W05 (Scalextric)

McLaren-Mercedes MP4/29 (Scalextric)

Red Bull-Renault RB9 (Carrera)

Generic F1 car (Scalextric)

2015 Ferrari F15T (Carrera)

Driver’s View: 

Absolutely the fastest class at our club, with cars generally lapping in the low seven second bracket – that’s four seconds per lap faster than a really fast non-magnet car. Light weight and super magnets mean that no only can you get to the fastest speed quickly but also it can be sustained even in the corners. With a well set up car you only need to lift from full throttle twice per lap – an entirely different set of skills are needed to regular racing and the stakes are high because these are spindly, lightweight cars that brake easily.