*** UPDATED 29 Jan 2019 ***

Thompson Racers
The Thompson Trophy Race is for models of aircraft with radial engines that were entered in the Thompson, Greve, or other domestic CLOSED-COURSE races held from 1929 through 1939.  The Thompson List has been updated to reflect this.  NO HIGH WINGS.

Click HERE to see a list of approved FAC Thompson race planes (additional planes will be added as eligibility has been proven).

Greve Racers
The Greve Trophy Race is for models of aircraft with non-radial engines that were entered in the Thompson, Greve, or other domestic CLOSED-COURSE races held from 1929 through 1939.  The Greve List has been updated to reflect this.  NO HIGH WINGS.

Click HERE to see a list of approved FAC Greve race planes (additional planes will be added as eligibility has been proven).

NAR (National Air Races) RACERS

The NAR covers all varieties of race planes from 1920-1939. This includes all planes not eligible for the Greve or Thompson that actually did race, but are prohibited by rule (high-wing, cross-country, military design, etc.).  There is no list – bring your proof of races eligibility and race!

Goodyear/Formula Racers
For models of aircraft entered in the post-war Goodyear / F-1 / F-Vee / Biplane races.

Click HERE to see a list of approved FAC Goodyear race planes (additional planes will be added as eligibility has been proven).

1/2-sized Wakefield Models
A (probably incomplete) list of Wakefield models that can qualify for the FAC Half Sized Wakefield event, and possible sources for plans of the models. List created by Roger Moon.

NOTE: the eligibility dates have been revised to include pre-1937 4oz. Wakefield designs; in addition, the cut-off date has been moved up to December 31, 1950 in order to exclude the small-cross-section fuselages and extremely high aspect ratio designs that began to appear in 1951. Roger’s list does not yet reflect these changes.

Click HERE to see a list of eligible Wakefield designs.
Click HERE to see images of some Wakefield designs.

Scale Documentation Guides
Josh Finn and Vance Gilbert provide two excellent primers on how to prepare scale docs for FAC Scale models.
Click HERE to read Vance’s guide.
Click HERE to read Josh’s guide.