Get Boley Slot Car Racing Track Set for kids aged 3 to 70 years old. It’s perfect for birthday gifts and a party toy.
It comes with enough track sections to make a track is 38×18 inches when assembled.
What’s Inside the Boley Slot Car Track Set:
- One red car,
- One blue car,
- Two easy-to-use hand-operated controllers,
- Track pieces,
- Track rails,
- Bridge connectors,
- Track support,
- Track connector pieces,
- Go signs,
- stop signs, and
- A battery pack box.
It’s a complete racing set. Enjoy action-packed, competitive racing action with family and friends! Boley’s Slot Car Racing Track Set includes everything you need to start racing right out of the box.
- Assembly is required.
- 4 D size 1.5 Volt batteries are not included.
SAFE AND CHILD-FRIENDLY:
Child safety is Boley’s utmost priority. All of Boley’s toys are 100% non-toxic with production rigorously monitored by the most reputable organizations of child safety standards.
This racing track set allows two kids to competitively race around a track with hairpin turns. If you go too fast, your car will fly off of the track.
You will develop fine motor skills by carefully squeezing your hand-held RC Controller. The harder you squeeze it, the more electricity your track gets and the faster your car will go. You will eventually develop strategy skills to ease off on the trigger when driving around turns. These strategy skills will serve you well as you graduate to driving cars on freeways and winding roads.
Package Dimensions: 17.1 x 12 x 2.1 inches
Item Weight: 2.35 pounds
Elon Musk’s Slot Car Tracks
This slot car race track toy inspired Elon Musk to develop his underground Chicago Loop concept with electric slot car shuttle pods. This render shows the slot car shuttle running underground to carry people to LAX Terminal 2:
Slot Car Tracks in Tunnels for Electric Cars
Elon Musk posted a twitter survey question on December 27, 2019, asking people to validate his idea to:
Build super safe, Earthquake-proof tunnels under cities to solve traffic. Most people said yes definitely, but the survey question was structured poorly. 1000s of people criticized the idea as just being an elitist subway system. It might be a better idea to merge an above-ground Hyperloop with a slot car racing track that’s centrally controlled to optimize traffic flow.
Build super safe, Earthquake-proof tunnels under cities to solve traffic
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) December 28, 2019
Las Vegas Electric Slot Car Track
Elon Musk’s whole team is focused on getting the Vegas Convention Center tunnel operational so people can try it out, suggest improvements, according to this Tweet on December 29, 2019. Stay tuned for updates.
Yeah, Boring Bricks 🧱 are def coming, but whole team is focused on getting Vegas Convention Center tunnel operational so people can try it out, suggest improvements, etc. I ♥️ crowdsourcing ideas with people who really care about making great products!
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) December 29, 2019