- Warning: Not suitable for children under 36 months
Scalextric QuickBuild C1301 Demolition Derby 1:32 Scale Race Set
- Enjoy the full impact excitement of a demolition derby with this Scalextric set
- Features 'QuickBuild' clip-together cars which break away on impact
- Customise your car with clip-on wheels, decal sheets, and mix and match parts
- The long figure of 8 track includes crossroads and twin-chicane sections for maximum contact opportunities
- 1:32 scale; track 5.32 metres long; requires 2.1 x 1.4 metres space
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Eliminate the competition with the Scalextric Demolition Derby!
This award-winning action-packed Scalextric set comes with two clip-together cars which break away on impact and can be put back together. Customise them with clip-on wheels, decal sheets, and mix and match parts, then get ready to race your opponent using the controllers to send the cars whizzing around the track. The last man standing wins! Then, simply rebuild and re-customise your cool-looking hotrods, and race to destroy again.
The figure of eight racecourse features crossroads and twin-chicane sections, providing plenty of opportunities for lots of high-speed collisions! Suitable for young racing drivers aged 4 years and over, this set is the ultimate young boys' toy, combining the unique qualities of traditional Scalextric racing with the addition of construction and destruction!
You can also combine the Demolition Derby set with additional Scalextric track packs (sold separately) to extend your layout and increase the destruction fun! Track packs include the C8510 Racing Curve, the C8511 Leap, the C8512 Hairpin Curve, and the C8526 Straights.
Replacing the braid plate on a Scalextric car
If you find that one of your Scalextric vehicles is not steering correctly, it may mean that the braid plate is loose (this can be caused when vehicles are crashed together). In order to refit or replace the easy-fit braid plate on one your Scalextric vehicle, please follow the steps below to get your car up and running again:
1. Ensure the tail of the braids are facing towards the rear of the vehicle, not the front.
2. Place the braid plate onto the rear of the blade.
3. Pull the braid plate over the front of the blade.
4. Sliding the plate onto the blade, ensure you push the plate until it clicks into position.
If you have a problem with your Scalextric set, please contact the Scalextric customer service helpline on 01843 233525.
Extend the fun with additional Scalextric track packs
|Track Pack 1||Track Pack 2||Track Pack 3||Track Pack 4|
|Main track piece||Racing Curve (2)||Leap Ramp (1)||Hairpin Curve (2)||Straight Track (4)|
|Side swipes (2)||✔||✔|
|Borders and barriers||✔||✔||✔|
|Additional straights (2)||✔|
2 x Clip-together hot rods
2 x Standard straight tracks
12 x Standard 45-degree curve tracks
1 x Half-straight curve
2 x Side swipes (left to right)
2 x Side swipes (right to left)
1 x 90-degree crossover
2 x Hand throttles
1 x Powerbase assembly
1 x UK transformer
1 x Leaflets pack
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Top Customer Reviews
For anyone who has more Lego, they can build more complex cars than those present in this set.
Would highly recommend anyone else who wants to smash some cars and put them back together
In the (satisfyingly large) box you get a fair amount of track, two cars, as well as two hand power throttles and a power supply. Set up is fairly simple, each car, which is can be customised by the addition of stickers that are also provided, can be built in different ways, with a choice of bonnets and backs - bits can be left on or off and each driver can choose the configuration of their car. The pieces attach by a familiar looking stud system that has more than a nod to Lego, and is indeed compatible with said bricks. This, it turns out, makes for hours of fun as well as lots of interesting experimentation - I can report that a very tall tower car is not going to make it from concept car to the road any time soon, and a Santa lego minifigure has had the ride of his life! The supplied little articulated driver that comes with each car has more than a passing resemblance to a well known car show white helmeted driver: all adding to the fun.
Since we got this toy we've spent hours playing with it and testing it, literally, to destruction and a quick rebuild beyond. Everything is still working really well, and I'm sure we will have many more hours fun with it. The track is a little hard to put together, and requires adult input, and doesn't seem to be quite as well made as the track of my youth, however you can buy extra pieces and the a satisfying crossover and some straights with a wiggle which allow cars to come into close contact, are included which makes for lots of fun.Read more ›
This had been one of my most highly prized review freebies - because it seemed so perfectly adapted to my young nephew. He loves building things. He loves Lego. He loves cars. He loves playing with his dad, who has been doing the midweek living in the City and commuting back home to the family at the weekend bit for the last several months after his job changed.
The principles involved in this set are great: the usual Scalextric set, combined with a race to destruction.
The practice is less so.
I query the 4+ age rating on this set. It doesn't seem to be purely a safety rating, but rather a recommendation in relation to the ideal user age.
In my view, 4 is too young. I've worked with children aged from 3 months to 11 years) part-time/holidays/volunteering for coming up for 20 years. In my view 6-7 is a more realistic age range as a start-age recommendation for this set. The pieces are fiddly and fall apart far too easily for younger users. My 4 year old nephew, who is quite dexterous, gentle and has been taught to treat his toys with respect found it really upsetting that 'his' car would just fall apart in his hands. He can build quite happily with Lego - which he loves - and didn't understand why this wasn't staying together for him.
My adult brothers, however, found playing with this highly amusing - and derived great satisfaction out of reducing one another's vehicles to pieces.
First impression are very positive, the cars are really well detailed and easy to pop together, there a good size rather than being ting parts to pop together.
There isn't loads of track which for me is a good thing as I'm normally left to put things away and to much track would take a while.
The noise my lad made when they first smashed in to each over was obviously his approval, I thought he was going to wet himself, the windows rattled he was so loud, he loves the fact that there is some real damage.
Controlling the cars is better than the first Scalextric we had, maybe because he is older but we really had fun racing with me trying to avoid being annihilated by my lad each time.
The thing me and my lad like about the cars is you can use lego bits to create your own daft car or what ever you want, we had a Lone ranger game where we put the little Lego figures on the base and tried to see how many we could knock off, I've also used the ...Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My girls (7 and 9) love this - only unboxed today - but hoots of laughter are quickly replaced by 'aww nooo' and a car in pieces is brought to be rebuilt, which I know is the point... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Bex
Brilliant, my son adds Lego people to it so they can crash as wellPublished 9 months ago by marie le beau
AVOID! The cars do not assemble easily as the parts do not stay fixed to the base; parts fly off as the car's go around the track. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Amazon Customer
It's scaletrix and banger racing. Does it get any better that this!!Published 13 months ago by Mr A Moore