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It might have taken more than a year since it was first announced, but the new version of the slot.it chip, called version C, is here. The main feature of this new chip is that it is fully compatible with oXigen, SSD and Carrera. On SSD and Carrera it will run as a native chip. As a bonus, the chip is much smaller than any other oXigen chip (closer in footprint to a SP15 chip). For the time being, switching between system will require to flash a dedicated firmware into the chip. To perform this operation you can use your smartphone: it will connect via BT with the chip. Given that I have both SSD and Carrera Digital, I will perform some testing in the coming weeks to see how easy it is to switch from one system to the other. g
Hi All I am introducing you ADSR, a small club that focuses on Digital slot racing. We are currently racing on a ~22m Scalextric Sport track, with 7 lane changers and double-lane pitlane. Here is a picture of the actual track We use a Race Management Software called RCS64 that gives us fuel/tyres/weather simulations during the race. We have been running scalextric GT3, but now we started a new class based on Carrera DTMs: I have put a spec together (you should have seen it on Mark's news letter) and it is giving us very close racing like the real thing. The track can be converted in less than 5 min in running the oXigen system, the digital solution by Slot.it. I think we are the first club in NZ to run this system in a competitive manner. We are still learning how to fully take advantage of it. For this, we are running a Carrera Cup, using the fantastic NSR porsche GT3: We run on Saturday morning and we have controllers and cars to loan to visitors. So if you are spending a weekend in Auckland and would like a go at digital let me know. In the near future (let's say next couple of months) I would like to organise a small enduro for teams running slot.it group C. We will provide the cars (two porsches vs two Lancia LC2), chips and controllers. The idea would be to have 8 to 10 racers organised in 4 teams and run a 3 hours races. We will be using fuel and tyre simulations. This means that it will be a no stop race: drivers will be changed when the car is in the pit for fueling up and/or changing tyres. I am planning this as a Sunday event to be run at the end of June/beginning of July. It would be really cool if drivers from other clubs could join us or event enter a team. Do not worry for cars/chips/controller: we will provide all of that. Just be there and race! ;-) Again if there is any interest let me know. You can use this thread to express your interest. cheers