by Göran Olsson
, Stockholm, Sweden
This is visit number [not counted] since January 1996. Page updated 19th April, 2000. A blue ball, , marks the most recent changes.
NOTE: This is the old version of the page, which will not be updated.
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C/L flyers around the world
THE CIRCULATORis my C/L E-Mail Newsletter, sent to over 340 addresses from more than 35 countries/states representing all inhabited continents. To get into the distribution list, send me a note. The most recent issue, #25, of THE CIRCULATOR, of 21st September. (For previous issues, just edit the number in the URL).
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News and Current Topics
The new F2A World Cup Trophy instituted by the Swedish Model Flying Federation. It was handed over to the German federation at the recent CIAM Meeting, as the winner for 1999 is Norbert Schmitz. Another picture.Changes to the F2B Judges' Guide taken at the CIAM Plenary Meeting are described in this summary by Andy Sweetland.
The complete F2B Judging Instructions Document, with link to original at FAI:s web site.
FAI:s page on the 2000 CIAM Plenary Meeting, now including pictures
Contest reports and other interesting things gathered from e-mail to me. Send me your news for inclusion here!
Upcoming Competition ActivitiesControl Line Contests 2000:
2000 C/L Sporting Calendar
The World Champs 2000
in Landres, France, 12-19 July.
Bulletin 0 (my copy), Dec 5
National Teams for the World Champs
Please send me information about your teams for posting here!
The General Section of the FAI Sporting Code, 1999 edition,
Get a firm grip on this in addition to the Aeromodelling Section if you are to attend a World or European Champs!
The F2B Aerobatics Pattern
With comments, all by Richard Spurling
USA Racing Rules by NCLRA.
Tim Stone's executions of the Li'l Quickie: The '97 version uses a Gillot modified Rossi and goes 120 mph (190 km/h). The two '98 versions have upped the speed to 130 mph, using Rossi and Nelson engines
The SMFF C/L site now has a
List of Goodyear
Designs and Plans. In Swedish, but you can understand at least
the tables and addresses.
Per Ehnwall's Goodyear page.
Unified Goodyear Rules
Take part in this attempt to arrive at a common set of rules for many
Read my own views!
Swiss invitation to Entry Level T/R competition in Breitenbach, May 14-16, with discussions about the rules for such an event.
A few pictures - click to view in full resolution
My Team Racer design (65k), three-view plan.
Engine and tank detail (19k).
My Goodyear Racer design, 'Li'l Quickie' (47k), two-view plan.
My racing fleet of 1991 (89k) and its fate.
The above also available as PostScript and Acrobat (PDF) files to render
full size plans on a number of sheet. They work with both A4 and letter paper
formats. The PS can be edited to fit any paper size. Updated Jan-99.|
How to view PostScript files. How to edit and customize.
Team Racer PostScript File | Goodyear PostScript File
Team Racer Acrobat File | Goodyear Acrobat File
|Two Team Racing models from Australia: Keith Baddock's (using my wing outline design) - Paul Stein's|