ON THE COVER
What does a world-class scale competitor do between those big thousand-hour projects? Well, if you're Richard Crapp then you build a Balsa USA Junkers D.1 kit…in just 6 weeks. Still don't think you've got enough time to build? Richard's fine model captures the character of this little-known WW1 machine and you can find out about it starting on page 112.
Photo: Alex Whittaker
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Shaun Garrity returns with a David Boddington classic that's ripe for a modern makeover
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Simon Cocker rounds up the 2016 soaring season with a painful reminder
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Our latest events round-up
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Whittaker samples the delights at a brand new, yet familiar, UK show
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