Frequently Asked Questions
As an expert in Carrera racetracks, we regularly receive questions from our customers. Because we would like to share as much information as possible, we have put the most frequently asked questions on our FAQ for you. Is your question not listed? Send us a message and we will be happy to help you!
Yes, the individual Carrera Go cars can be used on all the different Carrera Go race tracks, including the Carrera Go Plus and the Carrera Challenger tracks.
No, unfortunately this is not possible. The Carrera Go system is analog and the Carrera Digital 143 system is digital.
No, Carrera has stopped production of the Digital 143 system. We can no longer order tracks or cars for this anymore. You can still order the standard Carrera Go track parts, provided they are suitable for Digital 143. We state this with every article.
Evolution is an analog system and Digital 132 is a digital system. It is possible to use an Evolution car on Digital 132 race track, but then you must first replace the decoder in the car with a digital decoder. These are available separately from Racebaan Expert, click here for the decoders.
Yes, this is certainly possible. Every Digital 132 has a switch on the bottom of the car that allows you to convert the polarity from Digital to Analog and back again.
No, we do not recommend this. Carrera's race tracks are designed for indoor use.
This change was implemented in the autumn of 2014. Unfortunately, the licensing agreements that Carrera has with the motorsport teams do not include the licensing rights for the tires, which is why the tires are offered without pressure.
For an Evolution, Digital 132 and/or Digital 124, voltage loss may occur depending on the number of track sections used and the length of the circuit. Carrera recommends using a loop-through cable from a track length of 10-15 meters. This is available in a length of 5m (item 20584) or a length of 10m (item 20585).
No, this is not possible. The Carrera GO!!! and GO!!! Plus lanes support up to 2 lanes. If you want to have multiple lanes, it is better to choose a Digital 132 or Digital 124 race track.
If the lap counter or position tower does not count the laps, always check first whether everything is connected correctly. If you have checked everything and it still does not work, it may be defective. It is also possible that the vehicle's sensor is defective, so try it with another vehicle. If it still doesn't work, you have a 2-year warranty if you have proof of purchase.