ON THE COVER
Dave Roberts, RCM&E's Special Issue editor, flew out to the World F4 Championships in Romania last summer and his event report appeared in 2016's Special.
He took the time to interview some of the competitors and his first, with the winner, Andreas Luthi of Switzerland, is published this month. Andreas’ fabulous Jungmeister has accrued a cabinet full of trophies over the years, turn to page 112 and you'll soon see why.
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Feeling the need for speed, Shaun Garrity revisits a classic Peter Russell design that looks every bit as good now as it did back in the ‘60s.
Ton Van Munsteren's sport racer is a good, inexpensive first-time trad’ build project and flies a treat!
3D40 IDEA BUILDER
Neil Wyatt unpacks Dremel's home 3D printer, then sets it to work.
POWER PRO QUAD
The new charger with four output channels and a small footprint.
A racing quad for those who'd rather battle competitors than software.
An entry-level radio system the FrSky way.
E-flite's exceedingly pretty cabin-wing sportster, what's not to like?
The Keil Kraft relaunch, PSS on the Mynd and lots more.
Remember, the one with the most models wins!
Over to you…
Another round-up for your diary.
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Two more pull-out plans and lots more!
Alex Whittaker reports from the LMA's new season starter show
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Highlighting your models.
PROJECT HARRIER PT.3
Nijhuis nurses his Harrier into the air, but at a cost…
Your handy model reference card.
IN FOR A PENNY PT.2
Graham Ashby continues his turbine journey by fitting out the Xcalibur.
PERFECT STATE OF FLUX
New to soldering and printed circuit boards in particular? Jim McHugh is here to guide you through the process.
MODEL MAGIC: MINIMOA
Jim Addison's majestic soarer.
MODEL MAGIC: JUNGMEISTER
The 2016 F4 Scale World Championship winning model.
Some heavy reading for when there's too much lift about.
MAKE IT SCALE
Danny Fenton puts his Piper Cub to the test at the R/C Indoor Scale Nats.
ON SILENT WINGS
Simon Cocker looks at the growing use of front-end sustainers and self-launching systems for gliders.
Shaun Garrity remembers a time when the words ‘health’ and ‘safety’ rarely appeared in the same sentence.
WIZARD OF OZ
Brian Winch clears his inbox.
Whittaker ponders the subtle joys of provincial club life.
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