A new oXigen track based in the 1970 Jarama circuit has been built by DRS Vigo. The track is built with Ninco and has a length of 40 meters. The track has six lanes, of which the outside four lanes, plus pit lane, are digital.
Club Principal and DiSCA competitor, Alfonso Mouriño, was keen to construct the track to DiSCA standards. There are plans to organise a digital racing championship in collaboration with Olifer Racing, Portuguese manufacture of 3D printed slot car parts.
The opening event on the new circuit saw a range of short races for classic Exin cars, as well as competition for contemporary GT3 cars.