In an effort to get a little more power I have discovered that if I twin up 2 Minebea S cans I end up with 16000 RPM and 100gms/cm of torque. I call this the BARC Twincan and used it on this Ferrari P4 chassis. The motors which sits astride the rear axle in a sidewinder configuration, takes up little room and provides a motor with a very low COG. This particular chassis is quicker around my track than a tuned Scalextrics chassis with a 130 21000 RPM motor. I am guessing the very low COG on the GCC, and a straight that is only 10 ft long on my home layout means the higher RPM scalextrics motor never gets a chance to stretch its legs to show off that extra RPM.
This arrangement leaves me lots of room for details, so I went the little extra on this P4 Chassis. I find I enjoy running it around the track without the body as it is fun to see the Ferrari V12 in action.