The March 2008 issue is packed to bursting with goodies including the following reviews -

  • Extra 300 IC-E - Mike Williams flies Extreme Flight's new flagship aerobat.
  • Great Mate - We test the new pit-pal helper.
  • RCV 130-CD - The new British four-stroke on the bench
  • T-28 Trojan - Parkzone's new scale aerobat
  • E-Pioneer - The new plug-together electric trainer from Seagull.

    We have some great columns and features. In 'Need for Speed' Andy Ellison fires up his new turbine and in 'Wheels of Steel' we visit BRC Hobbies to speak to Brian Collins and to highlight his notable achievements. Pete Lowe starts a new column for traditional builders and describes his roundel painting method while Andrew Gibbs reports from the Basingstoke Electric fly-in. We've more helicopter advice and in 'Ground School Pt.2' Peter Miller concludes his basic aerodynamics series. In 'Fly Electric' Nigel Hawes tests an indestructable trainer and there's lots more too!

    This months free plan is Maniac (see the RCM&E video page for flying footage) a great 3D Depron model from David Royds.

    Be sure to pop along to your newsagent or model shop and pick up this latest issue of RCM&E for just 3.80. Better still, why not save yourself some money over the long run and subscribe?