Category:Marklin Sprint track

From The Brighton Toy and Model Index

The Marklin Sprint system's track was designed to work with two-lane, four-lane or six-lane circuits (although the banked track segments were only available for two or four lanes).

Catalogue description:

All track sections are made of strong plastic material with slots in them for steering the cars, current being supplied to the cars by contact rails placed on both sides of the slots. Clip-in joints couple the parts of the track together absolutely securely without requiring any other connections. The sections are finished in black with a broken white line in the centre.

Straight Track Sections

Simple Straights

  • 1200-1206 – Seven different lengths of two-lane track

Extra features

  • 1207 – Track Section with Brake Action
  • 1216 – Track Section with Chicane (to be used in pairs)
  • 1217 – Track Section with Lane Changing (to be used in pairs)

Inclines

  • 1290 – Concave Slope (lead-in or lead-out to bridge)
  • 1291 – Convex Slope (bridge half-hump)

Curved Track Sections

Inner curves

  • 1220 – Curved Track Section, 90°
  • 1220 – Curved Track Section, 45°
  • 1227 – Curved Track Section, 90°, for changing lanes

Outer Curves (four-lane)

  • 1241 – Curved Track Section, 45°
  • 1247 – Curved Track Section, 90°, for changing lanes

Outer Curves (six-lane)

  • 1261 – Curved Track Section, 45°

Banked Curves

  • 1248 – Banked Curve inner, 45°
  • 1268 – Banked Curve outer, 45°
  • 1546 – Banked Curve Supports