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- Hans Seelig
- Pensacola Results
- Kev's F1C Quest
Today I learned from Peter Seelig that his father Hans passed away on June 9th 2012.
Hans Seelig successfully flew F1C and produced the ‘Seelig-timers’ used ubiquitously in generations of free flight models.
TOM MCLAUGHLIN 2012 FIESTA OF FIVE FLAGS
FREE FLIGHT MODEL AIRPLANE CONTEST
PENSACOLA, FLORIDA --- JUNE 9 & 10, 2012
Sanction # 12 -1154
EVENT NAME AMA# R#1 R#2 R#3 R#4 R#5 TOTAL SEC
F1B Eddie Vanlandingham 664918 120 120 120 120 20 500
F1Q Julie Parker 347486 120 120 96 120 90 546
F1J Faust Parker 15980 116 120 118 115 120 589
F1J Jean Pailet 2222 80 120 61 120 95 476
F1H Jean Pailet 2222 63 74 65 66 20 288
F1P Mark Troutman 264864 24 10 41 2 2 79
The contest was conducted by the Pensacola Free Flight Team, Paul Grabski, Contest Director. Our contest was completely washed out on Saturday the 9th. The results shown here are for the hardy few who showed up on Sunday and fought through long rain delays to obtain their results. The rainfall was record setting.
Jack Coyle 251-967-1510
Kev's F1C Quest
That F1C looks very much like a Veterano derivative. If so, it was originally a Ray Monks design.
Stafford flew them when he came back to
FF around 1980, later developing the design to suit himself. If plans
are available, they'll most likely be in Free Flight News but will be
quite old, since neither Ray or Stafford have flown that design for a
quite a while. Your best shot would be to contact Simon directly for
details of his current version.
F1C wanted by Kevin Moseley.
The model at the recent British Nats looks very much like Stafford’s F1C in Aeromodeller magazine, page 70 February 1985.
Regards, Howard Gostelow Australia.