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The Lap Counter and Timer makes Scalextric racing more exciting than ever before. The unit counts down the number of laps remaining in your race, from sprint challenges to endurance racing (up to a maximum 999 laps). The timer also records the fastest lap time for each lane to the nearest tenth of a second (up to 99.9 second lap time displayed). Featuring a clear LCD and sound. Suitable for use on Standard Scalextric layouts. For Digital layouts see C7039 Digital Lap Counter.
Adding a lap counter brings a whole new dimension to your races. You can set it to count down from up to 999 laps. It can also time your laps to the nearest 1/10th of a second so you can set your own lap records! Features both an LCD display and audible signals and is suitable for both Sport and Classic track layouts.
Scalextrix has entertained generations of people since its launch at the Harrogate Toy Fair in 1957. Scalextric has become synonymous with slot car racing the world over and is an established British institution and iconic toy.See all Product Description
Works well, check you have the 175mm extension track part.Published 10 months ago by Mike Middleton
Adds competitiveness, gameplay and objectivity to hotly-disputed races. Great accessory.Published 11 months ago by Sam Knowles
Have been using this now for a couple of months. Its very accurate and gives a record of the fastest lap in the session.Published 18 months ago by Robyn Baylis
It does what it says on the tin! My only comment would be that I would like to be able to switch it off off.. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Tracy S.
The product is not branded scalextric. It is manufactured by hornby and works fine with the sport track but it is not meant for the UK mainland. Read morePublished 20 months ago by real_review
The lap counter is an excellent addition to the Scalextric set up. It's great for holding competitions as the counter doesn't lie!Published on 18 Dec. 2011 by C. Dunne