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Larry Dziak Memorial Sportsmanship Award.
The National Control Line Racing Association presents each year the Larry Dziak Memorial Sportsmanship Award.
Larry Dziak Sr. was a serious competitor, gentleman, and promoter of the sport of Control Line Racing. The National Control Line Racing Association can give no higher honor than by naming a prestigious award in behalf of a fellow competitor, and friend.
At the NATs in 2003, one of our long-time racing competitors, Jerry Meyer, died of a massive heart attack. As you can see from the list above. Jerry was the first recipient of the Sportsmanship award.
This year, it was decided that this award would be made once again to Jerry Meyer, and that it would be retired and permanently given to Jerry's family. So we may add to the list above:
2003 Jerry Meyer
Fly fast, Jerry, and may all your pit stops be fast. We all miss you.
NCLRA Hall of Fame:
In 1996 the Control Line Racing Hall of Fame was established by the NCLRA. The Hall of Fame's purpose is to forever recognize those before us who have contributed to the development, promotion, and betterment of control line racing. Membership is in the Hall of Fame is not limited to NCLRA members. Membership is conducted by first a nomination process, then reveiw by a committee. Nominees that receive induction into the Hall of Fame will be announced and inducted at the NCLRA annual meeting at each Nationals. It is with pleasure that we list below the names of inductees into the Control Line Racing Hall of Fame.
Here is the document that describes the HoF process.
NCLRA Nationals points champion award.