Some interesting and useful web site contacts are listed below: click on the pictures to go there !
Model Engine News is published on the
web on the first of every month. A very very interesting read
covering all subjects to do with building model IC engines, and
lots of history covering past and present manufacturers. The Index
lists all the monthly pages. The Site Map provides links to all
pages. The Search page provides simple and advanced searching
capability for all the site’s voluminous content.
This is the official
site of the Kuringai Model Flying Club, one of the most active
Control line clubs in New South Wales catering for all types of
racing, speed, aerobatics and combat.
This is one of the
best sites, full of information and bursting with good stuff. The
site is well maintained is updated with results and interesting
articles at least once a month so is the most current regular
control line web sites out there. The Club is also the home club of
the World Champion F2C pitman Mark Ellins.
This is the premier
stunt site for Victoria and contains information and news of the
local and national club scene, same web master as the CLAMF
This is one of the
best international control-line sites and contains a wealth of
information and history of control line since Noah’s son started
practicing carrier flying on the deck of the ark. A lot of
how-to-do information, fuel stuff and the like and it a credit to
Goran Olson who put it all together.
This is the home of
all the control line flying fraternity all around the World, its
not happening if it not happening here
This is Lance’s Web
Page. It has lots of relatively interesting stuff about Classic B,
fuel developments, engine developments and the like. Needs a face
lift but hell we have been building other web sites and putting in
new pages so it all requires time. Worth a look
This is Dave Kidd’s
Classic FAI web page showing FAI team-race models past and present
from the late 1960-early 1970 classic period of racing.
“FAI team racing as it
was before 1970, when models were beautiful, inexpensive, and flew
over grass at speeds most people can cope with. A move toward
re-creating this kind of racing commenced in Australia late in
2008.” This site also includes the Classic FAI team race rule
proposals put forward in 2008.
This is the site of
the very popular Australian Control Line Forum. A very familiar
feeling forum with great features and facilities. You can explore
their picture galleries, links page, news archives, and much more
by clicking the Homepage link near the top left hand corner of the
screen once in the pages.