Events House - 8 Lane Scalextric

Giant Scalextric

Large version of the classic model racing game
Amazing corporate activity for team building exercises
Can be used as a client engaging marketing tool
Fully customisable base, track and cars
Based in Burton upon Trent and available all over the world

Giant Scalextric PHOTOS

Nothing could be more fun than playing an oversized version of a game you used to play as a child and this classic model racing game has been revamped for grown-up fun. The eight lane giant Scalextric track is a highly competitive, addictive and fun racing game that all crowds will love and works as a brilliant team building activity. 

Our giant Scalextric track hire features eight colour coded cars with computer record keeping control, that notes lap times and race winners. The information can be display leaderboards, either magnetic or interactive, to intensify the competitive game and enhance attraction. Staff on hand will encourage participation throughout your event and commentate on the races giving a fun and competitive atmosphere to the race. The modernised classic model racing game can be booked with a championship mode that includes a race marshall, race themed music, chequered flags and even a podium finish and trophy winner making it a superb photo opportunity.

The giant Scalextric track hire is not only a fantastic team building activity that can encourage work bonding and social engagement but a wonderful marketing tool. With the possibility of accommodating around 400 players every hour or 2000 people in an eight hour day, our giant Scalextric track can be fully customised with company branding or logos. It is ideal if you want to fill a large space and entertain a high number of people in a short amount of time. 

Don't hesitate to get in touch with our team of entertainment coordinators if you are interested in booking the giant Scalextric track for your next event



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