- Category: Archive 2015
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- D/T FO
- Hit the Silk
- More on the D/T FO
- Canada Cup
- Huron Cup
A Thought about D/T Flyoffs.
From: John Barker
Has anyone considered timing the model from the time when the D/T should be started until the time the model lands and then subtracting this from the flight time. This gets over the problem of the 'late starting' D/T and removes any desire to slow the D/T rate of descent. (Indeed it perhaps requires a clause to prevent KamiKazi arrivals).
Hit the silk
From: NICK BOSDET
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A comment for one minute DT timing in flyoff
From: Ismet Yurtseven
In 2015, because of the high wind speed, I have to accept one minute DT timing in the fly-off in two competitions (Sofia Cup and Istanbul Cup).
Of course there is logic behind the one minute DT timing, but, it is not a part of free flight. In my opinion, trying to fly in abnormal weather conditions and then trying to decide the winner is not fair for all the competitors who are participating in world cup competitions. Trying to fly the models in abnormal weather conditions can be another sporting discipline which is not free flight.
My believing is that, if the weather conditions do not allow for a normal fly-off then, then the competition should be finished and all the competitors in the fly-off should be declared as winner, the points should be shared.
Huron and Canada Cup
From: tony mathews
Could you please post the attached two flyers for the two World and
America's Cup contests coming up in July in Ontario?
We have secured a lovely, large sod farm located about 45 minutes north of
Toronto surrounded by farmland. We hope some of you can join us at this
wonderful field and celebrate with the traditional Barbecue at Ladi Horak's
cottage on Saturday evening.
See you in Tottenham!
Tony Mathews and Leslie Farkas, CD's Huron and Canada Cup
CANADA CUP 2015
< span> July 12th. 2015
Categories: F1A – F1B – F1C
7.00 AM - 8.00 AM
8.00 AM - 9.00 AM
9.00 AM - 10.00 PM
10.00 PM - 11.00 PM
11.00 PM - 12.00 PM
12.00 PM - 13.00 PM
13.00 PM - 14.00 PM
F1B 300 sec
F1C 300 sec
Flyoffs: 15.00 PM on July 12th. 2015 Based on weather conditions
Current FAI Sporting Codes Apply
Entry Fee: $30.00 CAD / Event Junior Entry Fee: $5.00 CAD / Event
Temporary CAD $10.00 membership.
6114-6746 12th Line
New Tecumseth, ON L0G 1A0, Canada
Tottenham road and 12th side road are the main intersections
(The field is on 12th. side road, east of Tottenham road.)
ANGUS INN MOTEL
Tel: (705) 424-7777 Fax: (705) 424-9551
174 Mill StreetAngus, Ontario
Tel: (705) 424-6362
497 Victoria Street East
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT:
Richmond Hill, Ontario
Place: Zander Sod farm, New Tecumseth, Ontario, Canada (aprox 1 hr, 15 minutes North of Toronto)
Events: F1A, F1B, F1C, F1Q, F1G, F1H, F1J/P
Entry Fees: $20.00 for F1A, F1B, F1C $10.00 for F1G, F1H, F1J/P
Juniors Free all events!
CD: Tony Mathews
2 Tralee Street, Brampton, Ontario L6Z 2X4 cell: (705) 754-5553
Saturday July 11th
Round 3 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Map showing entry to field see 2nd page
(Sunrise for July 21st - 5:56 am Sunset - 20:51 pm)
Test flying possible for Friday July 19th at sod farm call for details
Sod farm rules:
1) Do not drive or park on the grass ever!!