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for the Metro series 2022 The idea is to have as few rules as possible for 2 reasons: (1) to allow for some creative flexibility and (2) because it is highly unlikely some of our local drivers will follow them anyway. Here are the rules as they stand now: Entrants must use the old clunker 80's Scalextric Metro - not a modern alternative. It can be raced with or without the removable body kit. Body and body kit (if used) must remain stock from the outside. Superfluous material on the inside of the body and body kit can be lightened or removed. Must use original chassis. Chassis can be modded / altered / added to as much as you like as long as the original chassis remains the principle part of the chassis and it is not visible if looking down on the car. All windows must be glazed. Lightweight / lexan glazing is ok. Car must have an interior. Lightweight / lexan interior is OK as long as there is a driver, seat and dash. (i.e. no flat interiors.) Wheels, tyres, guide, guide wire, guide braid, axles, pinion, gear, bushes, spacers are open. Motor is open. Wheels inserts must be used if wheel would normally have them Wheels must fit under the wheel guards. Guide must be under the body. Ballast allowed. Metal additions to the chassis are limited to tubing the front axle; bracing the rear bushes to the motor.; and forming a collar to hold the guide. No magnets.