Class 24: Modern 4WD Rally


Ready-to-race 1/32 slot cars representing rally cars of the period 1989-2017.


No modifications permitted from OEM specification except free choice of guide provided that no chassis modifications are required for fitment. Cars should have been fitted with four-wheel-drive either by use of front and rear driveshafts or rubber bands. Traction magnet must be removed and weight may be positioned in the chassis if it is not visible from outside the car. Motor can be inline, sidewinder or angle winder provided it is factory fit. Two figures representing the driver and co-driver should be present. Car may be repainted but only in rally not racing colours. Tyre choice free.

Eligible Cars:

1989 Lancia Delta 16V Integrale (Team Slot)

Toyota Celica ST165 (SCX)

1992 Lancia Delta Integrale Evo (SCX, Team Slot)

Toyota Celica ST185 (Team Slot)

Subaru Impreza 555 (SCX)

Ford Escort Cosworth (SCX)

1994 Toyota Celica ST205 (SCX)

1995 Mitsubishi Lancer Evo III (SCX)

1997 Subaru Impreza WRC (MSC/Scaleauto)

Toyota Corolla WRC (SCX, Team Slot)

1998 SEAT Cordoba WRC (Ninco, SCX)

VW Golf GTI (Ninco)

1999 Ford Focus WRC (SCX)

Škoda Octavia WRC (SCX, Team Slot)

Peugeot 206 WRC (SCX, AutoArt)

2000 Hyundai Accent WRC (SCX, Cartrix)

Subaru Impreza WRC00 (AutoArt)

2001 Subaru Impreza WRC01 (Ninco)

Citroën Xsara WRC (SCX, SCX Pro)

Mitsubishi Lancer Evo VII (SCX)

2003 Ford Focus RS WRC (AutoArt)

Subaru Impreza WRC03 (Ninco, SCX)

2004 Peugeot 307 WRC (AutoArt, Ninco, SCX)

Ford Focus RS WRC 04 (SCX)

Mitsubishi Lancer WRC04 (Ninco, SCX)

Škoda Fabia WRC (Scalextric, SCX)

2005 Subaru Impreza WRC05 (Ninco, AutoArt, SCX)

2006 Ford Focus WRC 06 (Ninco)

Citroën C4 WRC (SCX, Ninco)

Peugeot 207 S2000 (Avant Slot)

2008 Subaru Impreza WRC08 (Avant Slot)

2009 Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X (Avant Slot)

2011 Ford Fiesta WRC (SCX)

Citroën DS3 WRC (SCX)

2013 Peugeot 208 T16 (Scaleauto)

Driver’s View:

For a long time this class was based on the rules of the national championship Slot Rally GB, organised by one of the Farnham members. Those same rules basically apply, and mean that this can produce some really well-matched cars and exciting races. Anyone starting out should go with Ninco, which is almost always there or thereabouts in performance terms.