I went to go fly my newly built Great Planes Taylorcraft today (the 5th flight) and I just wasn't feeling all that sharp this morning. So I fired up the T-Craft (electric), taxied out to the runway and went full throttle for takeoff from left to right (that is my weakest flight direction). I promptly lost control of the plane, it veered to the right towards the flight line and directly at a man in a wheelchair and our club president's head at full throttle! Somehow I kept my head, and as I was instructed flying real airplanes "always keep flying the airplane until it isn't flying anymore", and I managed to regain control and save the day and my balsa built airplane. I thought for a second that I was going to have a pile of sticks and two injured or dead guys on my hands... I guess the lesson learned is to evaluate my mental and physical state before getting on the sticks... But, no damage, lesson learned and will fly another day!