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Disney Pixar CARS 2: Carrera GO! 1:43 Scale Slots

The Carrera GO! 1:43 scale series are nice high end slot track sets with going too high end in terms of pricing.

And of course, what’s great is in scale and hooks up to all their other 1:43 scale track sets, accessories & cars.

The new two CARS 2 tracks are the Porto Corsa Racing Set.

And the Secret Mission Mater vs Finn McMissile.

There are two more sets coming, a 1:32 scale McQueen & Francesco and another Tokyo set with Lightning & Raoul Caroule.

You can even buy accessory packs …

You can still pick up the old CARS 1 track.

Or Mater, Chick, or Sally to race.

And of course, you can add CARS without eyes

Other track sets

And lots of cool little add-ons.

Here’s everything available at Amazon.

Or the CARRERA GO! website.


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20 September 2011 Disney Pixar, Disney Pixar CARS 3 10 Comments


  • bighev says:

    I’m gonna need an addition to the house for those! The Secret Mission track is 7′ long!

  • LUCA says:

    I didn’t need it….. Before this post….

  • I got the Batman set for $20 used off eBay b/c seller goofed up.

  • Dunroamin says:

    We have the original one from Cars 1. Way better that the dirt track tyco type. These actually stay on the track at 3/4 speed…but at full power, you need to be quite skilled…I haven’t seen the london set, but the Francesco set was 60 bucks at TRU…these amazon prices are high…the coolest thing is that theya re the same scale as the disney store cars…they look nice lined up in pit row during the race 🙂

    (MET: there are actually two Francesco sets, one with just a figure 8 track)

  • FireFox91 says:

    Slot car tracks just aren’t a good investment in my household. (Not that I think I am making money off them.) It’s just that they require a certain level of care that my soon-to-be 5 year old can’t do. We had a cheap Hot Wheels one that didn’t last very long before the cars would not go on it anymore. Carpet fibers get in the wheels and engine, stuff gets on the tracks themselves. That was a cheap set, no way would I pay $80 to have that happen all over again. The Dinoco 400 set is just as much fun, can handle the abuse, and uses the cars he plays with every day.

    • Stig McQueen says:

      The problem with the “Hot Wheels” slot car sets is that Mattel keeps trying to market them as childrens’ toys, instead of hobby items — and it shows. The Mattel sets are actually the old Tyco sets, and the cars and track are actually pretty good — but the sets are terrible! The battery-pack power source (instead of a proper wall-wart transformer), the ultra-cheesy controllers, and now the cheap, slippery tires all combine to make a less-than-satisfactory “toy.” I have all of the Mattel CARS sets, plus the two Speed Racer sets, and the only way to make them “fun” is to replace the tires, swap out the traction magnets for a set of neodymium units, and plug in an original Tyco transformer. Then they stick like glue and go like stink! But that’s too much to expect from the children and parents that Mattel is marketing these to.

      I wish Disney had either allowed Scalextric to sell their “Micro” HO scale CARS sets in the US, or had inked the slot car deal with Tomy or Auto World instead; any of those companies understand the market a lot better than Mattel, it seems.

      The Carrera sets are nice, but not my preferred scale.

  • bobbyjack says:

    My kids aren’t old enough for these yet. But they do look fun.

  • cac1959 says:

    I wish I’d have waited and gotten one of these instead of the Charge Ups set… these look decent… the Charge Ups set is my single biggest Cars2 regret purchase so far… eventually I’ll turn the track into a display only.

    I may add this to my Christmas wish list, along with the Cars2 Director’s Cut Blu-ray set and the Star Wars Complete Saga Blu-ray set.

  • John in Missouri says:

    Wow, those race tracks harken me back to my yute.

  • Still have our Cars 1 set in the basement!!!

    We are dying to use it!! Errr I mean… I am dying to try it out as the kids are not old enough yet!!!

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