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#1 muncriefdion

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Posted 12 January 2019 - 01:14 PM

What track brands are compatible with each other? Which are not? Which do you recommend for "not looking to go pro" racers? Send me any beginner's "learned the hard way" info you are willing to share. I bought a GB set for a start. It's okay, but I'm sure there are better sets. What about 4 lane? thanx, Dion

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#2 Bowdon rambler

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Posted 12 January 2019 - 04:07 PM

I'm new to slot car racing myself. I got my daughter a Carrera Go Dtm track for Christmas. It is high quality. I was so impressed that I found a Carrera Go formula one track on Craigslist at a good price and bought it. I too would like to make a four lane out of those tracks combined but I haven't figured out the best way yet. But I will say this Carrera is one of the better brands. Their cars are very detailed.

What track brands are compatible with each other? Which are not? Which do you recommend for "not looking to go pro" racers? Send me any beginner's "learned the hard way" info you are willing to share. I bought a GB set for a start. It's okay, but I'm sure there are better sets. What about 4 lane? thanx, Dion

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