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BMFA F3F Nationals 2019 - 11/12 May Eastbourne

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Redbird

Three from base B and another. 

 

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Sloper

Any first day current position rundown?

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Gromit
8 hours ago, Sloper said:

Any first day current position rundown?

X 2 please :poke:,

  Stu. 

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Stefan Bertschi

1. JP

2. Stefan

3. Dave Woods

4. Joel

5. Mark Treble

6. Peter Gunning

further on I have no clue the same applies to the points

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Gromit

Thank you Stefan 👍.

Wishing you all a very enjoyable & successful day 2's racing, looking forward to more pics & posts please 👍

 

  Stu. 

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Brett82

Nice pictures guys, hope you all have a good day today. 

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mtreble

Results after day 1 (6 rounds)

1 John Phillips 1000.0
2 Stefan Bertschi 998.29
3 David Woods 994.89
4 Joel West 959.98
5 Mark Treble 956.4
6 Peter Gunning 937.24
7 Jason Bioletti 884.27
8 Graeme Mahoney 877.72
9 Tony Livingstone 843.32
10 John Treble 827.22
11 Nigel Witchalls 824.18
12 Bruce Hudson 819.36
13 Peter Burgess 763.89
14 Tony Robertson 0.0
15 Mike Shellim 0.0
16 Maria Freeman 0.0
17 Mark Redsell 0.0
18 Greg Lewis 0.0

Fastest time: 37.8 by Stefan Bertschi in round 6
 

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mtreble

Another 3 rounds today...

final results after a total of 9:

1 John Phillips 1000.0
2 Stefan Bertschi 983.88
3 Joel West 980.41
4 Mark Treble 962.83
5 David Woods 958.69
6 Peter Gunning 930.17
7 Jason Bioletti 898.64
8 Graeme Mahoney 891.87
9 Tony Livingstone 866.43
10 Nigel Witchalls 822.35
11 Bruce Hudson 819.84
12 John Treble 812.45
13 Peter Burgess 547.4
14 Tony Robertson 0.0
15 Mike Shellim 0.0
16 Maria Freeman 0.0
17 Mark Redsell 0.0
18 Greg Lewis 0.0

Fastest time: 37.8 by Stefan Bertschi in round 6

 

well done John, Stefan and Joel!

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Gromit

Congratulations JP on winning the 2019 Nationals, 'Cracking' 👏 . I think your going to need a bigger 'trophy room' before long 😄.

Congratulations Stefan on your 2nd place, & for posting the fastest time of the comp, a great result & reward for all your effort travelling & supporting the comp 👏

Congratulations Joel on taking 3rd place, another very nice result for yourself too 👏

 

Well done to everyone else on your own placings & any personal achievements. 

   

        Stu. 

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Maria Freeman

Missed you all at the car park and didn't have enough energy to walk up the hill , so sat in a gateway for 10 minutes at the bottom of the slope you were flying off ..... and spied on you with binoculars !

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Brett82

Well done John, Stefan and Joel. Great result guys, 9 rounds over 2 days is not too shabby. 

Hope you all had a good time.

Brett

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Skip

Top work JP!

 

Awesome result!

Looked like a lovely one!

Gutted I couldn't come and play 😥

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f3fisa

Birthday boy Peter Gunning.

Best not read the comments inside the card.

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Trophies, and Crow waits for prize giving.

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Alibabaj

The podium... 

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Fastest time of the day

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wookman

Congratulations JP.

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f3fman

Well done to JP  🙂

… and it's not a crow it's a jackdaw !!

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abbof3f

Well Done Jonny, Stefan and Joel ....did n,t think you,d have even got a comp on that forecast !!! well done 

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jwest532

Well what a pleasant way to spend a weekend :)

To be honest its been a while since I've visited the Old Man, sorry Longman :) and it was good to see John P and get out with the Massive again and have a real laugh.

Flying on the Saturday was really quite interesting as the conditions on the whole were quite stable except for the two rain showers we had. You could see them coming from miles away and as they came closer the wind tripled in speed and the times tumbled. It was great to watch and really interesting from a meteorological perspective however, I couldn't help but feel sorry for those who didn't benefit.  

Sunday had us on a fantastic small cliff site just at the end of Eastbourne sea front and once the wind came on we had 3 fantastic smooth sea air rounds. Unfortunately the wind then started to swing.  Now normally I'll fly in anything however, with the prospect of having to make the decision to either ditch in the sea or crash land on rocks at the base of the cliff I agreed with John when he called a stop to proceeding.  We did though have a lovely afternoon sports flying :)

Anyway thanks to everyone that made the effort to come, John P for organizing us Peter B for his CDing and Mark T for everything he does in the back ground to keep things running.

Cheers

Joel

 

 

   

 

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isoaritfirst

Looks like a great weekend, forecasts never looked too promising - it just goes to show what Ive always thought about the UK weather.

Never let it get in the way of what you want to do.

Well done John, On a roll!

 

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