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  1. You are invited to Kent Interclub Glider 1 Multilaunch competition to be held at the SADMAC Field (Sittingbourne Kent) organised by Nick Jackson with the CD Derek Price of the Medway Club Entry is free for Kent Interclub members and £5 payable on the day for non Kent Interclub flyers. Prizes are awarded for top 3 places To enable a enjoyable day please could you notify Nick by email whitstable.nick@outlook.com by Tuesday 17th if you might come and then no later than Friday April 20th confirm with details of model Glider Class Open or 100", Electric Open or 100" and Frequency so a matrix can be set up? The Rules are BARCS Multilaunch where Electric launched gliders must have a motor stop function set at 175m and 30 seconds. For Electric launched gliders the Time Keeper must in addition to the normal flight time and landing points should also record for Electric launched gliders on the score sheet the F5J launch height for future Kent Interclub evaluation of rules. Recommended settings for the amrt will be sent upon request. SADMAC field location, directions and Map Link will be sent upon entry confirmation but nearest postcode is ME9 9AU We want to have a full day flying so please check in by 09:30 latest and be ready for Pilots Briefing at 09:45 with the competition starting at 10:00 sharp. A minimum of 4 rounds and a maximum of 6 rounds will be flown with one discarded score. Alternative forms of notification for entries, BARCS Multi launch Forum Or as last resort pick up the phone and call Nick Friday 20th April on 07879654863 If you have any queries please let me know as soon as possible? Thanks and best regards Ian ENTRIES at 20/04/2018 (22) Bloobirds Ian Nicholls, Greg Hayfield (winch launch), Iain Stingemore (winch launch) Bromley Derek Collings, Alan Twine, Bob Ryan Canterbury Pilgrims Mike Hodgkiss, Nick Jackson, Eddy Small Gravesend John Sharland, John Collins, Colin Boorman Invicta Keith Fisher, Richard Harris, Rob Love, Simon Thornton NKN David Yale SADMAC Keith Benton, Brian Martin, John Postle (winch launched), David Phillips NON Kent Interclub CADMAC Eamon Keating
  2. Gary B

    Radioglide 2016 Report and Results

    Once again it is my pleasure to collate a report for this year’s Radioglide event. Held at the now familiar Tudor Farm near the village of Edgcott in Buckinghamshire, the winch launch competitions were held in a new field adjacent to the previously used one as this has been ploughed and planted with crop. The weather stayed dry for all three days, a touch windy at times (some might say more than a touch!) and a great time was had by all. Please find the individual discipline reports below, I hope there are no glaring errors but it is difficult sometimes as a competing pilot to take in all that is going on. Saturday 28th May F5J – Gary Binnie Colin Boorman. Radioglide F5J winner 2016 The day dawned fine with a hazy blue sky initially, cumulus developed in the early afternoon with a North Easterly wind up to 12 mph but it was quite calm at times, probably due to thermal influence. It was fairly chilly in the morning requiring light jackets to be worn but warmed up to 19°C later. The air in early rounds featured weak lift with the best pilots making the most of it and flying the slots out. Pilots flew together in groups of four or five with seven rounds flown with a dropped score applied. Timing and spotting in F5J is a responsible job and you can often be paired up with a pilot that you’ve never worked with before. A lighter moment for me was during a launch with Al Lipscombe, he became unbalanced somehow and launched the model awkwardly and in a downward direction instead of nose up. I heard a faint click which was his right hand coming down to the transmitter to accidentally turn the motor switch off with the model now climbing! The model landed about 50 metres upwind and we walked over to record the flight, time was 11.8 seconds (I couldn’t bring myself to round it up to 12!) with a launch height of six metres. We handed the score card in which bagged him a mighty 13 points, this was handily voided with the drop score applied and we all had a chuckle. Peter Allen launches his Tragi with Ian Duff on the watches (Photo Graham James) Everybody has their own preference for motor switch position, my own method is to use a latching switch on the left back of the transmitter which operates towards me during motor run with my finger holding it in the on position just in case. A useful break was taken every couple of rounds to enter the scores with a longer lunch break. The local red kites showed the way as usual, I joined a circling seagull once, I don’t usually trust them but it was going up! Final positions were Colin Boorman winning, Dave East as runner-up with Graham Wicks in third place. F5J Results Rank Name Score Pcnt Raw Score Rnd1 Rnd2 Rnd3 Rnd4 Rnd5 Rnd6 Rnd7 Drop1 1 BOORMAN, Colin 5904.4 100 6676.7 959.2 1000 975.8 992.2 1000 977.2 772.3 772.3 2 EAST, Dave 5874 99.49 6409.8 995.7 960.7 1000 935.8 535.8 1000 981.8 535.8 3 WICKS, Graham 5844.5 98.99 6757.5 940.1 1000 956.9 990.4 971.9 985.2 913 913 4 DUFF, Ian 5827.6 98.7 6196.9 961.6 913.6 369.3 1000 1000 1000 952.4 369.3 5 ALLEN, Peter 5774.5 97.8 6283.2 508.7 994.6 1000 906.6 1000 873.3 1000 508.7 6 RAYBONE, Mike 5343.1 90.49 5690.8 1000 996.4 621.6 921.2 347.7 803.9 1000 347.7 7 AUSTIN, Brian 5139.7 87.05 5448.9 1000 309.2 1000 959.1 521.2 739.1 920.3 309.2 8 BEALE, Kevin 5104.7 86.46 5118.9 423.3 999.1 747.2 1000 935.9 999.2 14.2 14.2 9 PADDON, Colin 5076.2 85.97 5502.9 426.7 954.6 601.8 1000 891.1 976.5 652.2 426.7 10 GADENE, Ray 5054.9 85.61 5496.9 442 966 632.9 967.8 627.9 1000 860.3 442 11 BINNIE, Gary 4983.1 84.4 5345.4 530.6 949.5 918.3 741.3 922.9 362.3 920.5 362.3 12 DICKENSON, Bob 4973.3 84.23 4973.3 1000 1000 498.5 998.3 0.0001 476.5 1000 0 13 LIPSCOMBE, Al 4059.4 68.75 4073.3 13.9 372.6 690.8 736 945.2 906.3 408.5 13.9 14 PHILCOX, Cengiz 4007.2 67.87 4007.2 830.2 0.0001 530.5 886.3 970.9 789.3 0 0 100S – Graham James Kevin & Peter Newitt. Radioglide 100s Joint winners 2016 (Photo Alan Morton) The 100s competition was flown concurrently with the F5J in the adjacent field, Alan Morton was invited to CD. We had 13 entries in pre-allocated teams, on the day only 12 turned up so Alan juggled them around to give us four teams of three and flying started around 10.40am. Five rounds and two fly-offs were matrixed. The warm air and gentle breeze created some good workable lift throughout the day and all but one of the 15 slots flown during the first five rounds were flown out. Up until round three all models apart from one out of field had landed inside the landing zone, during the 3rd round. John Hullet misjudged and landed out and Neville Warby making his final turn, was grabbed by an innocent looking tree! It was later recovered by the farmer’s cherry picker with no damage. During the rest of the first five rounds we had excellent flight times including one from Dave Leech at 7.54 he came off the line early but still managed to fly out the slot. After a very enjoyable five rounds the top four pilots entered the fly-off, Kevin Newitt, Fozzy Devall, Peter Newitt and Graham James. Nesting Tracker (Photo Graham James) All pilots launched and were soon into decent air; Graham lost out and had to settle for 6.45 while the others continued to fly the slot out. Following a misunderstanding in the second fly off, in which a model was relaunched when it shouldn’t, there was an unfortunate mid-air which resulted in Peter Newitt having to land prematurely. It was apparent that but for this he was likely to have taken a clean win of the event, so in the spirit of good sportsmanship it was decided to award Peter and Kevin Newitt joint winners. The day ended with everyone in high spirits after what was an excellent day's flying, it was good to see pilots still enjoying a good old fashioned 100s competition. Results Rounds Pilot Name Rnd 1 Rnd 2 Rnd 3 Rnd 4 Rnd 5 Final Score %Score Position Kevin Newitt 1000 1000 1000 1000 998 4998 100.00 1 Fozzy DeVall 1000 996 1000 1000 1000 4996 99.96 2 13. Peter Newitt 1000 1000 861 1000 1000 4861 97.26 3 Graham James 970 967 955 976 988 4856 97.16 4 8. Alan Morton 1000 1000 628 1000 1000 4628 92.60 5 David Leech 647 696 984 961 1000 4288 85.79 6 Robin Sleight 467 850 1000 704 988 4009 80.21 7 Neville Warby 998 752 0 988 1000 3738 74.79 8 Ken Goddard 776 998 996 478 435 3683 73.69 9 John Hullet 994 688 512 515 900 3609 72.21 10 John Shenstone 915 996 675 0 0 2586 51.74 11 Dave Fogg 0 657 0 0 0 657 13.15 12 Final Positions 1st 13. Peter Newitt 1997 100.0 1st 11. Kevin Newitt 1997 100.0 3rd 4. Fozzy DeVall 1652 82.7 4th 5. Graham James 1057 52.9 Thanks to Alan for running the competition and all the regular 100s pilots who assist in laying out the field and in particular the inimitable Neville Warby. Sunday 29th May Multi-launch – Graham James Multilaunch Fly-Off Pilots (Photo Graham James) Sunday’s weather was a bit of a disappointment by comparison, overcast with a chilly North Easterly breeze turning to broken cumulus later in the afternoon. Five preliminary rounds were flown plus two fly-off rounds. There was a fairly even split of winch and electric launch gliders and one DLG flown by Mike Fantham. The ‘sailboat start’ meaning that all flights are timed from the start of the slot (or end of the individuals launch phase) and electrics set to 175 metres leads to a very level playing field and some long flight times the best of which being a 9.59 by Al Lipscombe. This parity was further borne out in that the four pilots in the fly-off used a 50/50 mix of winch launch and electric gliders. Good air in the first fly off slot saw flight times of 14.53 for Peter Allen (Electric) and 14.46 for Kevin Beale (Winch). In the second round, with the lift not so good Peter and different winch launcher, Colin Boorman produced times of 11.25 and 11.07 respectively. But in the end it was Peter Allen (Electric) who proved triumphant followed by Kevin Beale (Winch), Colin Boorman (Winch) and Colin Paddon (Electric). As well as the presentation of the FACCT Trophy to the overall winner, prizes were given for Best Winch, Electric and Hand Launch competitors. We were delighted to be visited by the legendary Geoff Dallimer, BARCS No. 1, who showed a keen interest in the model development over the years since his days of designing models such as the Zephyr 100s design featured in RCM&E. Multi-launch Fly-Off Results Rank Name Score Pcnt Raw Score Rnd1 Rnd2 1 ALLEN, Peter 1964.4 100 1964.4 964.4 1000 2 BEALE, Kevin 1934.7 98.49 1934.7 1000 934.7 3 BOORMAN, Colin 1728.2 87.98 1728.2 752.7 975.5 4 PADDON, Colin 1544.3 78.61 1544.3 606.9 937.4 DLG Pilot's Perspective of Multi-launch – Mike Fantham I entered Multi-launch partly out of curiosity and partly because I had helped Jef Ott to prepare a rule change proposal aimed at getting more hand launch pilots out to ML events - so I thought I'd better try one! The first thing I noticed was that I was quickest into the air on arrival at the field. The model was fully assembled in the car when I arrived and I just had to step out onto the field and throw. That was to be the only advantage I had because the weather seemed a bit breezy for hand launch to be the best option for me to win the event. Chas Dunster kindly volunteered to time for me and he wasn't flying himself so I had a dedicated helper. I soon got into the swing of things except the 'finding good air' part. The hand launch flyer gets four flights added together to make up the slot score and a two second bonus for each re-launch. I hoped to 'get away' on one of these and fly out the slot each time. However, from a 35 metre launch in the breezy conditions, I only really got any help on a couple of flights all day, making about four minutes each time. It was a bit galling seeing the others making 200 metres and having plenty of range and time to find air. In the end, I was pleased to see that I was 12th out of the 14 at the end of the day and I took home a bottle of wine as the best (only!) Hand launch entrant. I need to practice my spot landings. I can easily catch the model on most flights normally but I can also easily change my position to meet the model! When you have to stand still and land at your feet, it gets much harder! The best part was meeting and flying with some of the 'names' from the 'big glider world' - nice bunch of chaps and I was made welcome and to really feel part of the event. The top Hand launch pilots, launching almost twice as high as I can would be competitive in this class. I was 7th of the 8 the next day in Hand launch.... Come and try F3K flyers. Monday 30th May F3K – Mike Fantham We had a low entry of eight - one original entrant had to drop out because a long struggle to finish his model had not worked out. He still came out to help and time on the Monday which was very welcome! We were pleased to see Liam Hawes out again and to welcome Jason Bioletti at his first F3K event - he retired early but said had a good time and that he'd be back. The forecast had been dire all the previous week and I had posted a warning of cancellation the BARCS forum on the Saturday promising a decision by midday Sunday. On Sunday morning, I was busy with the MLG contest but checking the weather as well. Rain looked unlikely and the wind was high but below the limit so I decided to go ahead with F3K - we had the minimum eight required for a league-counting event and would need four rounds for the score to count. Monday morning saw me on the field at 08:45 choosing a site for the launch and landing 'box'. It was fairly near the chicken farm edge of the field to try to keep the F3J field downwind, ensuring a 'friendly' area for any land-outs. In the event nobody dared stray that far downwind. The wind was strong but it was flyable and I could range upwind on my test flights - helped by 84 grams of ballast in my already-heavy 'Bonus' – a 400 gm total weight! I had some problems with the sound gear but we got going soon after 10:00 with an initial aim of completing four rounds. Pilots soon found that there was 'help' over the edge of the field - possibly slope lift from the trees/hedge. Michael Stern only dropped 20 seconds in the 5x2 in round 1. He would hope to drop around five seconds in perfect weather so it was an excellent score in the rough conditions. There was turbulence of course but we coped and I wasn't aware of too much in the way of damage. After three successful rounds, I had decided to go to five rounds before lunch and before I did any scoring because a fifth round means that there's one dropped round score available to pilots. The usual suspects were building a lead and Richard Swindells was ahead at lunch with Michael Stern second and Simon Barker third. Conditions still seemed pretty much the same so we decided to press on after lunch and see what happened. I started the sixth round and it soon became apparent that conditions had become more turbulent and the wind had increased. I saw some flights upset badly and only some fast –reaction piloting got them safely back on the ground - usually 'in the box'. After slot two of that round, I called it a day. Nobody complained! As to models, the top four all used a Stream NXT for at least some of their flights. The trend continues to solid core moulded wings and lighter models with lower wing areas. Full slot-by-slot results are available in the F3K and Hand launch section of the BARCS forum. 1. Richards Swindells 4994 2. Michael Stern 4905 3. Simon Barker 4599 4. Liam Hawes 4347 5. Alex Holswilder 4330 6. Lorry Green 3142 7. Mike Fantham 2661 8. Jason Bioletti 1404 F3J – Gary Binnie/Graham James Neil Jones. Radioglide F3J winner 2016 More overcast still than the first couple of days and a stronger NNE wind requiring thicker jackets than Saturday (motorcycle jacket for me!). The forecast was to be dry all day which it was but moisture could be felt in the air but not seen. With the strong wind most pilots used the technique of hanging into wind and ‘bouncing’ any lift with the occasional circle. Conditions improved and more and more people were venturing further afield. I noticed from the lunch break scores that I was doing quite well and decided to ‘go for it’ in the next round by circling off merrily down wind, unfortunately my plan failed with my trusty Xplorer not quite making it back to the field against the headwind, c’est la vie! Landing itself quite neatly in the next field I have at last broken my duck of landing ‘au vache’ and plan to risk it more in future. Kevin Beale with Spotter Colin Boormann The familiar Xplorers, Maxas and Tragi's dominated the models used but Pike Perfects, Shadows and Xperience Pros were also in evidence and still very competitive. Also on show were a couple of the new Optimus machines which look very good and are likely to prove popular in the future. Five rounds were flown followed by two fly-off rounds, all under the familiar, watchful eye of BARCS President, Sydney Lenssen. The preliminary rounds saw the top four pilots going onto the fly offs. Appropriately, Neil Jones with a maximum 5000, Kevin Beale and Mark Devall, who comprise the UK Team for the forthcoming World Championships, all made it through along with Colin Paddon who is a helper on the team. Neil didn’t have it all his own way, with Kevin winning the first slot but by only 6.3pts. In fly-off two however, the roles were reversed and Neil came out on top overall. And so to prize giving. Neil Jones took the Humbrol Trophy for F3J. Additional Radioglide prizes also went to Colin Boorman for the highest place competitor over the whole three Days (Victor Ludorum) and to Jason Bioletti as the Best Newcomer (Lillienthal Trophy). F3J Fly-Off Results Rank Name Score Pcnt Raw Score Rnd1 Rnd2 1 JONES, Neil 1993.7 100 1993.7 993.7 1000 2 BEALE, Kevin 1786.9 89.63 1786.9 1000 786.9 3 PADDON, Colin 1522.4 76.36 1522.4 848 674.4 4 DEVALL, Mark 1515.7 76.02 1515.7 979.5 536.2 Rounds Rank Name Score Pcnt Raw Score Rnd1 Rnd2 Rnd3 Rnd4 Rnd5 1 JONES, Neil 5000 100 5000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 2 BEALE, Kevin 4457.1 89.14 4457.1 1000 782.6 1000 674.5 1000 3 DEVALL, Mark 4432.6 88.65 4432.6 780.3 1000 975.2 1000 677.1 4 PADDON, Colin 4415.2 88.3 4415.2 968.5 498.6 948.1 1000 1000 5 PHILCOX, Cengiz 4411.2 88.22 4411.2 991.2 798.9 905 1000 716.1 6 DUFF, Ian 4260.1 85.2 4260.1 1000 688.7 717.5 862.2 991.7 7 OSBOURNE, Ozzie 4168 83.36 4168 864.8 821.5 892.4 796.3 793 8 DICKENSON, Bob 4034.5 80.69 4034.5 850.5 690.4 652.4 993.2 848 9 BOORMAN, Colin 3961.1 79.22 3961.1 942.4 810.1 582.6 822.6 803.4 10 BINNIE, Gary 3719.9 74.4 3719.9 785.1 1000 934.8 0 1000 11 JAMES, Graham 3560.3 71.21 3560.3 888.2 657.2 694 920.7 400.2 12 SHENSTONE, John 3542.9 70.86 3542.9 730.5 972.7 511.9 489.4 838.4 13 DUNSTER, Chas 3517.1 70.34 3517.1 483.7 1000 694.1 788.2 551.1 14 EAST, Dave 3305.3 66.11 3305.3 1000 938.5 632 0 734.8 15 ALLEN, Peter 2990.9 59.82 2990.9 998.5 992.4 1000 0 0 16 RAYBONE, Mike 2676.1 53.52 2676.1 861.8 814.3 1000 0 0 17 LIPSCOMBE, Al 2449.4 48.99 2449.4 666.1 643.2 0 692.8 447.3 18 SLEIGHT, Robin 661.7 13.23 661.7 661.7 0 0 0 0 "Uncle" Sydney Lenssen Congratulations to all Winners in the four events over the weekend. We hope everyone enjoyed themselves. Many thanks go to all the CD’s for running the event and to the organisational team behind the whole weekend. Long may Radioglide continue.
  3. Austin

    Miller Cup (Tonbridge Open)

    Miller Cup (Tonbridge Open) (Multilaunch Class) Counts for league Leigh Park Farm, Tonbridge Simon Smith - wizzywhippet@yahoo.com
  4. Austin

    BARCS Multilaunch League [CANCELLED]

    Little Bentley, Colchester Essex Multilaunch J Jeff Ott - 07899 011996 - jef3k@mail.com
  5. Radioglide 2015 report by Garry Binnie is now on the main website. https://www.barcs.co.uk/home/news-and-information/radioglide-news/radioglide-2015-report-and-results/
  6. Austin

    Tonbridge 2014

    Congratulations to Graham Wicks. 2014 winner of the Tonbridge Multilaunch event. Fly Off table.tableizer-table { border: 1px solid #CCC; font-family: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 12px; } .tableizer-table td { padding: 4px; margin: 3px; border: 1px solid #ccc; } .tableizer-table th { background-color: #4297C9; color: #FFF; font-weight: bold; } Pos Name FO1 FO2 FO1 + 2 1 Graham Wicks 1000 1000 2000 2 Colin Paddon 996 997 1993 3 Keith Fisher 1000 986 1986 4 Garry Matthews 989 984 1973 5 Brian Austin 996 966 1962 6 Alan Twine 432 975 1407 Preliminary rounds table.tableizer-table { border: 1px solid #CCC; font-family: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 12px; } .tableizer-table td { padding: 4px; margin: 3px; border: 1px solid #ccc; } .tableizer-table th { background-color: #4297C9; color: #FFF; font-weight: bold; } Name Class R1 R2 R3 R4 Total 1 Graham Wicks Open Glider 1000 970 998 984 3952 2 Gary Matthews Open Electric 1000 967 1000 984 3951 3 Brian Austin Open Electric 1000 993 978 979 3950 4 Alan Twine Open Glider 974 996 987 982 3939 5 Colin Paddon Open Electric 906 1000 1000 971 3877 6 Keith Fisher Open Electric 858 983 1000 928 3769 7 Greg Hayfield Open Glider 1000 1000 667 1000 3667 8 Kevin Beale Open Electric 575 1000 1000 1000 3575 9 Simon Smith Open Glider 873 1000 765 933 3571 10 Colin Boorman Open Glider 715 1000 807 974 3496 11 Tony Wood Open Electric 1000 636 883 882 3401 12 Peter Sainsbury Open Glider 907 972 429 1000 3308 13 Robin Sleight Open Glider 995 582 1000 424 3001 14 Eddie Small Open Electric 727 536 930 755 2948 15 Ian Nichols Open Glider 877 553 496 1000 2926 16 Derek Collings Open Glider 787 544 590 965 2886 17 Richard Harris Open Glider 959 432 431 1000 2822 18 Tom Frankland Open Glider 495 876 554 882 2807 19 Phil Ramsey Open Glider 533 584 674 995 2786 20 Phil Ramsey Open Electric 727 564 986 486 2763 21 Jef Ott Open Glider 987 303 232 954 2476 22 Bob Hope Open Glider 349 535 777 789 2450 23 Bob Hope Classic 324 506 303 515 1648 24 Trevor Blackwell Open Glider 275 220 435 503 1433 25 Robin Sleight Vintage,100s Glider 232 195 263 328 1018
  7. Austin

    Radioglide 2014 Results and Report

    I was asked if I could collate the results and happenings at Tudor Farm for this year’s Radioglide competition so here’s my attempt! Saturday 24 May Two competitions were held on Saturday, F5J in one field and 100S across the road in the other. The day started with heavy rain and did not initially look promising so I held off at home until lunchtime, on the drive over from Brackley the weather improved greatly. The F5J started around 1:30, very ably directed by Bernie Jones. This was my first F5J competition and I found it very interesting in comparison to F3J, lots of tactics involved, do you use a short or long motor run etc. or in my case who do you follow! There was a soaring weather window of a couple of hours then light rain returned to end the fun. Eleven pilots took part, I was pleased to come eighth but the winner was Colin Boorman (pictured below and also his first F5J competition) closely followed by Colin Paddon and Kevin Beale. table.tableizer-table { border: 1px solid #CCC; font-family: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 12px; } .tableizer-table td { padding: 4px; margin: 3px; border: 1px solid #ccc; } .tableizer-table th { background-color: #4297C9; color: #FFF; font-weight: bold; } Position Pilot Score 1 Colin Boorman 3975.7 2 Colin Paddon 3926.6 3 Kevin Beale 3674 4 Terry Pelling 3198.2 5 Colin Lucas 3133.7 6 Terry Weeks 3098.3 7 Graham Wicks 2693.3 8 Gary Binnie 2601 9 Peter Mitchell 2588.9 10 Kevin Dart 2483.9 11 Peter Allen 2050.7 Across the road the 100S guys directed by Alan Morton were launching regularly and we had a grandstand view of one Tracker’s demise on the line! 12 pilots competed in the 100S with John Shenstone a very worthy winner, Alan second and Neville Warby third. A joint F5J/100S prize giving was held after the 100S fly-off. 100s Scores table.tableizer-table { border: 1px solid #CCC; font-family: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 12px; } .tableizer-table td { padding: 4px; margin: 3px; border: 1px solid #ccc; } .tableizer-table th { background-color: #4297C9; color: #FFF; font-weight: bold; } Pilot Rnd 1 Rnd 2 Rnd 3 Rnd 4 Rnd 5 Final Score % Score Position 11 Alan Morton 1000 998 1000 1000 1000 4998 100 1 5 Neville Warby 966 976 1000 1000 1000 4942 98.9 2 1 Mark Deval 1000 1000 910 954 990 4854 97.1 3 9 John Shenstone 610 983 952 1000 994 4539 90.8 4 3 John Stanswood 861 1000 849 803 1000 4513 90.3 5 4 Graham James 885 896 979 746 989 4494 89.9 6 2 Gengiz Philcox 956 1000 904 902 718 4480 89.6 7 8 Robin Sleight 837 682 839 982 829 4170 83.4 8 7 Ken Goddard 666 757 994 641 715 3773 75.5 9 10 Bob Dickinson 610 774 842 523 668 3417 68.4 10 12 John Hulet 961 967 879 601 0 3408 68.2 11 6 Alan Lipscombe 1000 375 1000 953 0 3327 66.6 12 table.tableizer-table { border: 1px solid #CCC; font-family: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 12px; } .tableizer-table td { padding: 4px; margin: 3px; border: 1px solid #ccc; } .tableizer-table th { background-color: #4196C8; color: #FFF; font-weight: bold; } slot 1 Time Bonus total running total Points Final Positions total % 1st 9 John Shenstone 1000 100 11 Alan Morton 5.5 50 400 400 825 2nd 11 Alan Morton 825 82.5 5 Neville Warby 5.37 50 387 387 798 3rd 5 Neville Warby 798 79.8 1 Mark Deval 5.2 50 370 370 763 4th 1 Mark Deval 763 76.3 9 John Shenstone 7.15 50 485 485 1000 5th 3 John Stanswood 0 0 3 John Stanswood 0 0 0 6th 4 Graham James 0 0 4 Graham James 0 0 0 7th 2 Gengiz Philcox 0 0 2 Gengiz Philcox 0 0 0 8th 8 Robin Sleight 0 0 8 Robin Sleight 0 0 0 9th 7 Ken Goddard 0 0 7 Ken Goddard 0 0 0 slot 2 11 Alan Morton 0 0 0 5 Neville Warby 0 0 0 1 Mark Deval 0 0 0 9 John Shenstone 0 0 0 Sunday 25 May Sunday dawned with much better weather, a glance at various forecasts before I left home said that it would be breezy which it definitely was! Again, separate competitions were run in each field, Multi-launch and F3J (Day 1 of the team trials). F3J started promptly after briefing by Sydney Lenssen as the field had been set up on Saturday, blue skies and fluffy cumulus clouds had most people flying the slots out (but underestimating the wind strength and not making the landing tape in my case!). We could see the multi-launchers launching and I was puzzled why they seemed to stop very early. As there were only seven competitors they had whizzed through the four-round matrix, CD’d by Terry Weeks there were six electric flyers, one winch launcher and no DLG entrants. The result was Terry Weeks first (with a perfect score of 4000 points), followed by Ray Gadenne and Terry Pelling. Back to the F3J field we were all having fun with the challenging conditions, the slots seemed to alternate with good air and bad air, I did spy a few gliders being retrieved from adjacent fields! Mid-afternoon the whole grid of full-size gliders (from the Nationals at Lasham) filled the sky. They were on a 380 km cross-country task so their task setter had confidence in the conditions (300 k tasks are set on good days, 500 k tasks on ‘mega’ days). Sunday’s F3J ended after six rounds and plenty of sunburn! Monday 26 May Monday morning’s weather was almost the same as Saturday, steady light rain but the winds were much lighter. We had been asked to arrive early to help set the F3J field up which we did and then moved it again after some debate about what the wind direction was actually going to be. While we were moving the field around the F3K guys got off to an early start and could be seen staying airborne on nothing in the other field (and quite happily flying in the rain). The rain stopped and off we went with Round 7 of the F3J, I removed all the ballast from my Cluster and wondered how I was going to stay up for 10 minutes! My winch line bunched badly and my first ‘ping’ did not work as I think power had been cut and I was stuck on the line, second ping worked to nearly get me up with the rest of the gliders in that slot. We all floated about at minimum sink and managed to find ‘good air’ that was probably coming off of the chicken sheds (the smell was not so good however!). Fascinating to see the true glide performance of the models. Light rain returned halfway through Round 7, we hung around optimistically hoping that it would stop but it became obvious that the game was up. Round 7 slot scores were voided and there could be no fly-off. The F3J result (which was taken as the placings after Round 6) was Dave East first (5,744 points), Kevin Dart second and Neil Jones third. table.tableizer-table { border: 1px solid #CCC; font-family: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 12px; } .tableizer-table td { padding: 4px; margin: 3px; border: 1px solid #ccc; } .tableizer-table th { background-color: #4297C9; color: #FFF; font-weight: bold; } Rank Name Raw Score Rnd1 Dur Rnd2 Dur Rnd3 Dur Rnd4 Dur Rnd5 Dur Rnd6 Dur Score Pcnt 1 East, Dave 5744 1000 941.9 929.8 988.6 955.7 928 5744 100 2 Dart, Kevin 5724.9 1000 768.6 1000 1000 974.7 981.6 5724.9 99.67 3 Jones, Neil 5690.9 977.2 981.7 1000 776.6 955.4 1000 5690.9 99.08 4 Boorman, Colin 5641.7 996.1 959.5 856.2 1000 1000 829.9 5641.7 98.22 5 Paddon, Colin 5478.7 978.9 1000 1000 992.2 1000 507.6 5478.7 95.38 6 Allen, Peter 5433.7 998.7 614.6 1000 930.8 1000 889.6 5433.7 94.6 7 Glover, Chris 5394.3 721.5 1000 993.5 1000 716.4 962.9 5394.3 93.91 8 Wicks, Graham 5323.3 772.4 923.8 986.5 1000 752.3 888.3 5323.3 92.68 9 Beale, Kevin 5310.5 988.9 1000 998.7 687.6 790.3 845 5310.5 92.45 10 Osbourne, Ozzie 5198 756.4 1000 953.3 655.4 832.9 1000 5198 90.49 11 Johnson, Brian 5163.5 1000 607 1000 793.8 762.7 1000 5163.5 89.89 12 Devall, Mark 5010.2 843.6 954 981.4 673.4 1000 557.8 5010.2 87.22 13 Philcox, Cengiz 4990.6 846.1 1000 781.5 560.3 817.2 985.5 4990.6 86.88 14 Binnie, Gary 4939.3 734.6 620 863.3 863.6 991.7 866.1 4939.3 85.99 15 Duff, Ian 4923.1 996.2 736.2 711.2 985.7 493.8 1000 4923.1 85.71 16 Borowski, Andre 4893.6 1000 663.9 763 1000 466.7 1000 4893.6 85.19 17 Dickenson, Bob 4640.6 966.2 514.2 974.5 483.2 989.8 712.7 4640.6 80.79 18 Stanswood, Jon 4600.5 790.9 678 864.5 549.7 767.7 949.7 4600.5 80.09 19 Shenstone, John 4165.7 407.1 807.2 759.1 875.9 619 697.4 4165.7 72.52 20 Raybone, Mike 4097 0 854.7 813.3 572.6 1000 856.4 4097 71.33 21 Dunster, Chas 4096.5 1000 0 682.4 505.4 945.3 963.4 4096.5 71.32 22 James, Graham 3672.9 786.6 82.1 478.5 802.2 618.3 905.2 3672.9 63.94 23 Lipscombe, Al 3025.9 747.4 0 365.1 577.7 637.2 698.5 3025.9 52.68 24 Lloyd, Rick 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Meanwhile over in the other field the F3K chaps were still flying. CD’d by Lorry Green the result was first Richard Swindells, second Darius Zibikas and third Vytautus Zibikas. And there it was, all over for another year! Shame that the weather played a part in spoiling what is always a great weekend, my thanks to all the organisers and CDs. Gary Binnie. Radioglide results from the other classes. Radioglide 2014 F3K results and report Radioglide 2014 Multilaunch results and report
  8. Terry Weeks

    Radioglide 2014

    In spite of complaints that Radioglide 2013 did not provide enough events for the electric launched gliders, thus the staging of a Multilaunch competition this year, the entry level was very disappointing at only eight. Due to the poor forecast for the week end one of the eight did not attend, so cutting the final flyers to seven. This forced an, on-the-day re-matrix which was successfully implemented by CD Terry Weeks giving each flyer five fights and also ensuring that no-one flew against any other specific competitor more than twice. As it happened the weather for the event was good, a bright sky with some cloud cover but with a fairly stiff breeze which increased as the day progressed. Strong thermals were occasionally in evidence but they were few and far between so making for challenging flying conditions. Of the seven flyers six were flying electric launched models with only Robin Sleight flying a pure glider. No DLG flyers. Robin struggled with multiple line breaks due to the strong breeze and (as the only glider flyer) he had no back up winch available. However on the one occasion where the line held, he had the highest launch and the best score of the day at 9.45 plus 50. The electric launched flyers were very well matched and it was all pretty close with the result in doubt until the final flights allowing for one score to be dropped. With the dropped score, Terry Weeks (in addition to his CD duties) emerged the winner. With the difficulty of finding good lift, it was often the earliest electric re-launch which won the slot. The revised height limiter cut off of 175 (rather than 150M) worked well in practice. Robin’s one (no line break) launch, as mentioned above, was probably slightly higher but the electric launched models were able to penetrate much further upwind prior to the start of the timed flight so the multi-launch concept worked fairly. Regardless of the low entry, those who did fly, enjoyed the day but thought is needed for 2015 to ensure better support of what is, arguably a premier BARCS soaring class contest. Results: Terry Weeks 4000 1st Ray Gadenne 3938 2nd Terry Pelling 3919 3rd Jeff Ott 3826 4th Peter Mithcell 3690 5th Glyn Chambers 3581 6th Robin Sleight 2656 7th Martyn Wharrie DNF 8th Report by Terry Weeks & Robin Sleight
  9. Austin

    Towner Trophy

    A message from Simon Smith today informing us of a date change for the Towner Trophy.   "The Towner Trophy has been brought forward a week to 29th September.   originally on 6th October it clashed with Ashurst Event. Kent Cup on 29th has been cancelled so we will use that date."
  10. Austin

    Radioglide 2013 Report and Results

    What a weekend. Dry, bright and for the most part, warm weather, Radioglide hasn’t had it so good for many a year. Maybe it was the cross border hop into Buckinghamshire with the county trying to prove its supremacy over neighbouring Oxfordshire but whatever, our three days on Tudor Farm, just a couple of miles from the old Marsh Gibbon site proved to be a great success. A new site was required after the farmer at Marsh Gibbon decided to plough up and crop the old field. Peter Allen, ferried around the skies over Bicester by Gary Binnie in a Tiger Moth, spotted two superb fields and Peter made contact with the farmer. Saturday was a day of competitive contrast with one of the most traditional classes, 100s being contested on one side of the road, whilst concurrently the newest electric comp F5J, ran on the other. Due to some late drop outs, only 10 people flew in each. As usual, Neville Warby provided and along with Alan Morton and others, set up the facilities for 100s, with Chas Dunster acting as CD. Trackers were much in evidence though John Hulett continues to plough his own furrow with a developing line of traditionally built models, which are every bit as competitive. It was good to have a first time competitor in John Shenstone on the flightline, who took some slot wins and narrowly missed out on a fly off place. A lot of the slots were flown out in the light winds with lift marked clearly by a number of Kites and Buzzards resident on the farm. But still some managed to miss the landing box. Six rounds flown and it was time for the fly off. Mark (Fozzy) Devall, John Hulett, Alan Morton and Cengiz Philcox, stepped up for two, twelve minutes slots, launching on the buzzer each time. Moving to different parts of the sky, they made use of the lift with varying degrees of success with Fozzy and Alan in particular climbing to great height at huge distance. I’ll not name names but again some managed to miss the box on landing. The eventual winner and not for the first time, with a supreme display of mastery of these, not overly manoeuvrable machines was Fozzy Devall, with John, Alan and Cengiz taking the other places. Meanwhile, across the way F5J was being run by CD Bernie Jones, to whom BARCS is hugely grateful. Bernie had been working away from home in the days up to the competition and had persuaded Colin Lucas to act as chauffeur to get him up from the south coast for the day, thanks guys. Similar in many ways to its winch launch brother F3J, there is the added spice of reading the conditions to try and launch below 200 metres to maximise score. Models are pretty familiar too and we saw a mixture of Explorers, Clusters, Pikes, Storks, Supras and Maxas plus others but often with much lighter construction and less substantial spars producing all up flying weights below 2kg despite motors, batteries and the other electric paraphernalia. Again we welcomed newcomers to RG, Phil Hayward and Jason Burns Seven rounds, with one dropped score but no fly off was the format for the day. In the beautiful conditions, virtually every pilot managed a slot win but equally some were plagued with technical issues which marred their day and reduced their scores. Given the format, a consistent performance was called for to win and less than 300 points covered the top 3 places, with Colin Paddon taking top spot, followed by team mate Kevin Beale and stalwart of the electric scene Brian Austin in third. The day concluded with all pilots convening on the main field for prize giving. With the support of Easy Composites and donations from both Acemodels and West London Models, vouchers, modelling goods and glues accompanied the trophies, wine and certificates. Day two again dawned bright and if anything a little warmer for another day of interesting contrasts. This time two classes with international status, F3K and F3J and therefore the potential for pilots to make progress in securing places in the British Teams travelling to championships. F3K is quite a diverse competition format being made up of a number of different tasks. Unfortunately, I couldn’t be in two places at once, so I hand over to Simon Jones for a very comprehensive report. Radioglide was only the second F3K competition flown this year, with the first two being cancelled due to bad weather. F3K Eurotour was the first event flown in Lawford and although all 12 rounds were flown over the 2 days, conditions were very windy and several models ended up in trees or damaged. Radioglide was a complete contrast with sub 10 mph winds, sunshine and good thermic conditions. The field itself was excellent with short grass and plenty of space, and with enough boundary features to potentially kick off lift and make downwind returns interesting. 15 pilots took part, and it was the first competition for Chris Brain. 8 rounds were flown in 3 slots of 5 pilots with a different task in each round. The tasks were planned to give a mix of ‘turnaround tasks’, which rely on fast turnaround times to split pilots in good (max) conditions, and ‘max’ tasks where it is possible for multiple pilots to score 1000 in good conditions. Task flown were:- Round1: Best 3 flights, 6 launches only, 3 mins max Michael Stern was the only pilot to max this task in slot 2, although Chris Brain started with 2 x 3 min flights as the opening round of his first competition! Round 2: Increasing times 30, 45, 60, 75, 90, 105, 120 secs Tony Hickson and Michael Stern both achieved 120sec maxes in slots 1 and 2 respectively. Round 3: Best 3 flights, 320 sec max Michael Stern achieved best result in round 3 dropping only 6 seconds over 3 flights in slot 3. Round 4: Best 5 flights, 2 mins max Michael Stern again achieved best result dropping only 10 seconds over 5 flights in slot 3. Round 5: All up, 3 flights, 3 mins max Nobody managed to achieve 3 x 3 min flights but Chris Brain had the best time overall with 8 mins 6 secs. Round 6: Last 3 flights, 3 mins max Richard Swindells was the only pilot to max with 3 x 3 mins in slot 1. Round 7: Poker – 5 self nominated flights The love it or hate it round! A few pilots tried an ‘all or nothing’ big nomination to try and get away in good air and not have to re-launch. This meant flying a long way downwind and there were several land-outs in this round as a result. This really split scores and only 1 pilot in each slot achieved 5 nominated flights, all winning the slot as a result with ‘conservative’ nominations of around 1 min 30 secs. Round 8: Best 4 flights, 1,2,3 and 4 mins Richard Swindells and Michael Stern were both in slot 1 and both effectively ‘maxing’ the task. Richard only dropped 6 seconds over 4 launches to achieve 1,000 points and Michael dropped 9 seconds to score 994. Final Top 5 scores were:- 1. Martin Halston = 6,991 (100%) 2. Michael Stern = 6,734 (97.44%) 3. Darius Zibikas = 6,602 (95.53%) 4. Tony Hickson = 6,424 (92.95%) 5. Simon Jones = 6, 400 (92.61%) Congratulations to Martin for winning 5 slots and consistent overall flying to achieve 1st place. Martin didn’t put a foot wrong all day and came through the difficult poker round with 1,000 points to effectively seal the win. The prizes from our sponsors were much appreciated and the excellent field choice and conditions on the day made Radioglide 2013 a very enjoyable F3K competition! For further detail, pictures and comments, go to http://www.flyquiet.co.uk/smf/index.php?topic=3999.45 Over on the F3J field, things started off a little sombrely with a minutes silence to mark the passing of John Shaw, one of the founding fathers of the competition we were about to participate in. http://www.barcs.co.uk/forums/topic/4047-john-shaw/#entry106550 F3J had the biggest entry of the weekend with 22 pilots booked in but some late withdrawals. Many had flown in the 100s and F5J competitions from the day before. As mentioned above, this was a team selection event, along with Interglide and the British Nationals and as such ran over two days to finish on Bank holiday Monday. Also part of the national domestic league, it attracted many of the top British pilots. So was competition fierce? Well no. There was some excellent flying, some top hardware on display, Maxas, Explorers, Clusters etc. but the atmosphere was as usual, warm, friendly and low key. And this was further enhanced by the dulcet tones of CD Sydney Lenssen announcing the slots with a cheery ‘good luck, gentlemen’. The declared intent was to run a 9 round, one drop, competition, with fly off. On this the first day, the weather co-operated and given the company, as expected, many slots recorded times over 9.50 and 100 landing bonuses. But equally conditions were not easy. Yes the clouds and the birds indicated lift and on occasions the DLG’s in the upwind field gave competitors looking for low level thermals somewhere to aim for. However, different sides of the field gave different results. Some of the upwind lift stayed static and then broke away without warning leaving one circling on the spot in lift for five minutes and then frantically running from sink. Five slots of four pilots meant teams were fairly busy all the time and it took something around one and a half hours to run a round. Nonetheless, with no line breaks or reflights things were pretty relaxed and lines were dogged, scores handed in and a quarter hour lunch break allowed time to engage in more banter. Day one was completed with Colin Boorman sitting atop the pile having dropped just 12 points over six rounds, closely followed by Peter Allen, Mark Devall, Ian Duff and Bob Dickenson. In fact the top 12 places were all in the 90% range of scores. Day two promised slightly less pleasant conditions and although the rain was likely to stay away, the wind had backed and increased and the whole flightline needed swinging through 90 degrees, so thanks to Ozzie Osbourne and others who helped in relocating everything quickly and allowing us to get started promptly. Conditions were definitely more testing, the wind increased throughout the morning and it was cold, jumpers and jackets pressed into action. In conditions like these, the best pilots show their mettle, with people like Colin Paddon recording two 1000’s and he and Graham Wicks each completing a run of four consecutive slot wins. After round eight and with the wind still strengthening the competitors gathered and voted not to fly round nine and go straight to the fly off. As said before consistency is the name of the game in F3J and with four 1000’s and three 990+ scores Colin Borman retained first place with Ian Duff climbing to second, Peter Allen third and Bob Dickenson still in fourth. Colin Paddon had moved up the table to fifth but missed out on a fly of spot by just 0.5% Clocks reset to 15 minutes and the fly off began. All four pilots had varying degrees of luck over the two rounds but probably the unluckiest was Colin Boorman, who hit turbulence on his landing approach, resulting in an overfly, penalty and loss of landing point and knocking him down from top. So winner of the Humbrol Trophy for 2013 is Peter Allen. One unresolved result during the weekend was the winner of the Lilienthal Trophy for Best Placed Newcomer. There were a number of pilots competing at Radioglide for the first time but only flew one event. We ultimately had two contenders who competed in two but until the ratified results were available, their positions could not be confirmed. So welcome to Jason Burns, F5J and F3K and John Shenstone 100s and F3J and with scores of 149.82% and 157.31% respectively, John Shenstone is declared the winner Best Placed Newcomer, Radioglide 2013. For pictures of the weekend, courtesy of Phil Hayward, Jason Burns and Graham James http://www.glos-mfc.co.uk/phil/radio/1.htm http://s409.photobucket.com/user/jasonburns37/library/BARCS RadioGlide 2013/F3K 260513?sort=2&page=1 http://s409.photobucket.com/user/jasonburns37/library/BARCS RadioGlide 2013/F5J 250513 http://s1294.photobucket.com/user/GrahamJ01/slideshow/ All in all then, Radioglide was a huge success and we hope will continue to be so for years to come. Virtually everyone I spoke to felt we had the balance of the weekend about right. There were some suggestions we might try to get more events in and there is indeed a field free for one day but we need a few factors to come together to improve on where we are People to help with the organisation. We have asked all year for someone to represent the electric fliers but so far no volunteers. BARCS is your organisation if you want us to include your class into the committee’s thinking, participate. Competitors. Those that do compete tend to do so over more than one class, which means we might reduce the field if events conflict. It is after all the declared intent of RG to be a ‘Festival of Soaring’, so if 100s and F3J pilots will also fly F5J, then that will influence which events we choose to run. We look forward to continued debate on the subject and some support from the membership in making Radioglide better still. Thanks once again to all who took part. To Easy Composites, Acemodels and West London Models for their support. To all the CD’s and particularly to Peter Allen for securing the fields, taking entries, organising facilities, erecting signage, finding camp site, buying wine and clearing the site at the end of weekend along with Ozzie, Chas, Al Lipscombe, Neville Warby an others. A full set of results will be uploaded. Just awaiting F5J. See you in 2014. www.easycomposites.co.uk www.acemodel.co.uk www.westlondonmodels.co.uk Results
  11. This year's Bromley Open has been cancelled in favour of the rerun of the earlier postponed Tonbridge Mulilaunch. Below is the message found on Flyquiet Forum Hi I am taking entries for this years Tonbridge Open, re run, to be held at the usual site, Leigh Park Farm near Tonbridge Kent. As last years multi-launch was a success we shall be running it again the same this year...only this year to stick with what everyone else is doing hight limiters on electric will be set to 150m as per BARCS rules (2m or Open) and a max 30 second motor run Please reply with entries (Multiple Entries are allowed) plus your frequency, if you fly in a club, let me know and I will try to sort the Matrix that you do not compete with your club mates. £5 per entry. Please post your entry in this thread or email me at simon.smith@wykamol.com or keith.fisher@asprea.co.uk
  12. Peter S

    Bromley 2011

    The longest flight of the day was 19min 55sec + 50 by Chris Foss in Slot 2 Round 1, and 13min 55sec + 30 by Peter Mitchell in FO1. Many thanks to the Tonbridge Radio Flyers for the use of their field and for setting up the flight line, to Tony Merritt for Scoring and for the use of his PA/Slot timing equipment and Eric Friend for running the slots. Peter Sainsbury CD Competition Secretary, Bromley Soaring Club. Final Result table.tableizer-table { border: 1px solid #CCC; font-family: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 12px; } .tableizer-table td { padding: 4px; margin: 3px; border: 1px solid #ccc; } .tableizer-table th { background-color: #4297C9; color: #FFF; font-weight: bold; } Pos Pilot FO1 FO2 FO1 + 2 1 Keith Fisher 713.3 1000 1713.3 2 Peter Mitchell 1000.0 564.6 1564.6 3 Brian Austin 909.8 459.3 1369.1 4 Simon Smith 886.7 437.8 1324.5 5 Chris Foss 979.2 342.1 1321.3 6 Phil Ramsey 659.0 492.8 1151.8 7 Martin Bell 591.9 453.3 1045.2 8 Tony Merritt 403.5 465.3 868.8 9 Jason Burns 252.0 557.4 809.3 Fly Off Results table.tableizer-table { border: 1px solid #CCC; font-family: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 12px; } .tableizer-table td { padding: 4px; margin: 3px; border: 1px solid #ccc; } .tableizer-table th { background-color: #4297C9; color: #FFF; font-weight: bold; } Pos FO One Pos FO Two Name Time Landing Score Name Time Landing Score 1 Peter Mitchell 13m.55 30 1000 1 Keith Fisher 13m16 40 1000 2 Chris Foss 13m27 40 979.2 2 Peter Mitchell 7m22 30 564.6 3 Brian Austin 12m17 50 909.8 3 Jason Burns 6m56 50 557.4 4 Simon Smith 12m07 40 886.7 4 Phil Ramsey 6m12 40 492.8 5 Keith Fisher 9m37 40 713.3 5 Tony Merritt 5m39 50 465.3 6 Phil Ramsey 9m39 0 659.0 6 Brian Austin 5m44 40 459.3 7 Martin Bell 8m32 0 591.9 7 Martin Bell 5m49 30 453.3 8 Tony Merritt 5m49 0 403.5 8 Simon Smith 6m06 0 437.8 9 Jason Burns 3m38 0 252.0 9 Chris Foss 4m46 0 342.1 Preliminary Rounds OE =Open Electric, DLG= DLG, 2M=2M electric, Open= Open glider line launched, 100S= 100s glider line launched 53 entered, 33 flew, one more than last year. table.tableizer-table { border: 1px solid #CCC; font-family: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 12px; } .tableizer-table td { padding: 4px; margin: 3px; border: 1px solid #ccc; } .tableizer-table th { background-color: #4297C9; color: #FFF; font-weight: bold; } Pos Pilot Class Round 1 Round2 Round3 3-rounds Round 4 Total 1 Martin Bell OE 1000.0 956.5 1000.0 2956.5 935.3 3891.8 2 Keith Fisher OE 946.2 748.7 1000.0 2694.9 1000.0 3694.9 3 Simon Smith OE 1000.0 745.5 1000.0 2745.5 921.8 3667.3 4 Chris Foss OE 1000 1000.0 793.0 2793.0 834.8 3627.8 5 Phil Ramsey OE 1000.0 1000.0 601.8 2601.8 792.3 3394.1 6 Brian Austin OE 776.9 581.8 1000.0 1358.7 1000.0 3358.7 7 Peter Mitchell OE 796.8 787.9 572.7 2157.4 747.9 2905.3 8 Rod Potts OE 843.0 827.4 548.7 2219.1 679.1 2898.2 9 Tony Merritt DLG 883.8 969.0 412.7 2265.5 487.6 2753.1 10 Jason Burns OE 795.5 947.2 1000.0 2742.7 0 2742.7 11 Brian Austin 2M 598.5 617.6 493.3 1709.4 1000 2709.2 12 Peter Mitchell 2M 495.5 739.6 595.9 1831.0 798.8 2629.8 13 Ricky Shaw OE 271.8 839.2 465.5 1576.5 1000.0 2576.5 14 Colin Boorman Open 788.8 679.2 930.0 2398.0 96.7 2494.7 15 Alan Twine OE 796.9 746.2 243.3 1786.4 589.2 2375.6 16 Eddie Small Open 419.5 1000.0 317.9 1737.4 633.2 2370.6 17 Keith Fisher Open 679.6 721.2 443.3 1844.1 520.2 2364.3 18 Peter Sainsbury OE 722.2 591.7 OOF 1313.9 1000.0 2313.9 19 Richard Harris OE 520.9 693.8 523.6 1738.3 545.2 2283.5 20 Phil Ramsey Open 1000.0 654.2 506.7 2160.9 0 2160.9 21 Martin Bell 2M 506.3 327.4 417.2 1250.9 749.4 2000.3 22 Derek Collings OE 674.5 725.3 0 1399.8 591.8 1991.6 23 Robin Sleight Open 504.5 678.3 471.3 1654.1 323.5 1977.6 24 Jason Burns DLG 457.4 1000.0 430.4 1887.8 0 1887.8 25 Eddie Small OE 349.5 842.4 608.3 1800.2 0 1800.2 26 Bob Hope Open 761.2 1000 0 1761.2 0 1761.2 27 Randy Taylor 2M 469.3 275.0 350.0 1094.3 266.5 1360.8 28 Tony Wood Open 255.8 604.3 0 860.1 458.2 1318.3 29 Robin Sleight Open 537.9 0 175.0 712.9 476.3 1189.2 30 Tony Merritt 2M 0 474.9 197.6 672.5 246.0 918.5 31 Ray Gadenne OE 894.6 0 0 894.6 0 894.6 32 Mike Ranger OE 633.8 0 0 633.8 0 633.8 33 Mike Ranger Open 577.7 0 0 577.7 0 577.7
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