SEN 2075

Table of Contents - SEN 2075



  1. Patterson
  2. SEN 2074
  3. Eurofly 2105
  4. Eurofly F1B FO



2015 Patterson


From: Brian Van Nest

First of all I want to thank my wife Janna Van Nest for the round announcement and the scoring.
This allowed me to fly.
Second a big thanks  to Linda Piazza for putting on the BBQ hot dogs, chips, and cookies.
This was a nice flare to add to the fabulous weather.
The weather both days started out in the mid 40,s and got up to the low 70,s.
With low winds and the new northern start line, made for great flyoffs and no moving.
CD Brian Van Nest


PATTERSON             November 7 & 8                BRIAN VANNEST CD

F1A Rnd1 Rnd2 Rnd3 Rnd4 Rnd5 Rnd6 Rnd7 F01 total
1 Mike McKeever 240 180 180 180 180 180 180 291 1611
2 Brian VanNest 240 180 180 180 180 180 180 162 1482
3 Jim Parker 240 180 180 180 180 180 180 161 1481
4 Shlomi Rosenzweig 240 180 180 168 180 180 180 1308
5 Peter Allnutt 222 180 180 180 180 180 180 1302
6 Don Zink 240 180 180 180 128 180 180 1268
7 Pierre Brun 185 180 180 180 180 180 180 1265
8 Rene Limberger 240 180 153 180 180 141 180 1254
9 Risto Puhakka 202 180 148 180 180 74 180 1144



F1B Rnd1 Rnd2 Rnd3 Rnd4 Rnd5 Rnd6 Rnd7 FO 1 FO2 total
1 Blake Jensen 240 180 180 180 180 180 180 300 382 2002
2 Mike Achterberg 240 180 180 180 180 180 180 300 257 1877
3 Michael Davis 240 180 180 180 180 180 180 300 242 1862
4 Roger Morrell 225 180 180 180 180 180 180 1305
5 Troy Davis 240 180 180 180 180 160 180 1300Jr High Time
6 Walt Ghio 240 180 180 180 160 177 180 1297
7 Alex Andriukov 240 180 180 153 180 180 180 1293
8 Charlie Jones 217 180 180 162 180 180 169 1268
9 Dick Myers 240 180 180 168 153 172 117 1210
10 Mike Richardson 240 180 173 180 136 128 117 1154
11 Bill Gannon 0 174 180 180 180 180 180 1074



F1C Rnd 1 Rnd 2 Rnd 3 Rnd4 Rnd 5 Rnd6 Rnd 7
1Ed Carroll 240 180 180 180 180 180 180 1320
2Matt Gewain 171 180 180 180 180 180 180 1251



F1Q Rnd 1 Rnd 2 Rnd 3 Rnd 4 Rnd 5 Rnd 6 Rnd 7
1 Mike Pykelyn 240 180 124 180 94 161 180 1159


F1H Rnd 1 Rnd 2 Rnd 3 Rnd 4 Rnd 5 FO 1 FO 2 FO 3
1 Mike McKeever 120 120 120 120 120 180 240 215 1235
3 Blake Jensen 120 120 120 120 120 180 240 180 1200
5 Jiim Parker 120 120 120 120 120 180 111 891
7 Brian VanNest 120 120 114 120 120 594

F1G Rnd 1 Rnd 2 Rnd 3 Rnd 4 Rnd 5 FO1 FO2 FO3
1Tiffany Odell 120 120 120 120 120 180 240 271 1291
2Mike Richardson 120 120 120 120 120 180 240 163 1183
3Kurt Van Nest 120 120 120 120 120 180 240 121 1141
4Charlie Jones 120 120 120 120 120 180 226 1006
5Mike Pykelyn 120 120 120 111 120 591


F1S Rnd 1 Rnd 2 Rnd 3 Rnd 4 Rnd 5 FO1 FO2
Stan Buddenbohm 120 120 120 120 120 120 90 810
Lee Hines 120 120 120 120 120 120 71 791


SEN 2074


We published SEN 2074 with Pieter de Boer's F1C by itself and delayed Aram's excellent piece on the Eurofly because Pieter's had some concrete suggestions on F1C rule together with comments from Damjan.

The formatting of Pieter's articie was unintentionally very unsuitable for publishing in SEN because for some reason the piece contained about 30-40 hidden formatting characters for each visible character. This caused the article to exceed the size permitted by our publishing program.

And the size that some of our reader's mailers can handle. For this reason we stripped out some of the redundant content. In addition it contained strike out and emphasized characters that some readers would not have been able to read properly.


Eurofly 2015 

Eurofly is a bi-annual contest held in Switzerland in the last weekend of October. This year registration was limited to 75 fliers in A and B plus juniors, but not everyone registered flew. The majority of fliers were German speakers and the rest come from all parts of central and Eastern Europe as well as Turkey, Israel and Argentina. The flying site is a large completely flat valley surrounded by a low ridge of hills, some forested, with the majestic snow covered Alps in the background. The valley is used to graze cattle, each fitted with a small bell. They are corralled in the evening and led back in the morning. Grazing plots are surrounded with a live electric wire.

Fliers are assigned to a single fixed post (five in B). The timers, members of a local ski club, rotate one post each round. It’s evident that many have previous timing experiences as the pair timing one of my flights remarked that the motor run was 44 seconds. A, B, C and Q were flown with a five rounds with 4 minutes in the first and last round and 15 minute breaks on Saturday. A half hour lunch break after the third round allowed one to purchase soup, hot dogs and drinks in a barn about a quarter of a mile away. Cars were parked beyond the barn.

The early fall weather is generally calm in that region. But it rained heavily two years ago on the F1A day. This year a low cloud hung over the field on the B and C+P day (Saturday). 7-minute flyoffs in shifts were flown in the evening for C and B. 10 were maxed out in C and four in each shift proceeded to the final flyoff next morning – a reduction of 20%. About 30 fliers maxed out in B and a flyoff in shifts made more sense having a manageable number of models in the air. It was getting late and dark when I flew in the first shift. Only Vegar Nereng made 7 minutes. The second shift was cooler (low 40s F) and almost dark, making flashers essential with only Oleg Kulakovsky maxing. Four in each shift proceeded to the flyoff the next morning.
Sunday was less cloudy and it became sunny after 10 am. The C and B 10-minute flyoffs were flown first, won by Volodymyr Sychov and Oleg Kulakovski respectively. (Sorry, I have not been able to find the results on the internet.) The organizers initially summed each contestant’s total time but then realized that the second flyoff starts from a clean slate. Later, A, Q and the minis were flown. In A about 30 maxed out. The organizers held a single 7-minute flyoff in the calm evening and three young fliers managed finding some support; won by Bertrand Pouzet from France.

Q drew almost 10 fliers from Germany, Italy (2), England (1) and me. My brand new model (235 grams) was based on a B model with an A stab built by Stamov. All other models were much larger and heavier. The only model that climbed straight and bunted was flown by Ron Asmuss, who was also flying A. (He had a helper retrieve the model.) The other Q models used low power motors (some geared down) with long motor runs (35-38 seconds) to climb leisurely to 70-80 meters. The Italians were nice enough to change my batteries as the cars were parked far away. I managed to fly 3 official flights before banging up the model. The 7-minute flyoff was won by Dietrich Sauter against Ron Asmuss. Although fliers had the option of checking or demonstrating that they meet their energy requirement, no one seemed concerned about perusing this issue.
On Saturday evening we had a banquet at a nearby inn. After dinner and drinks everyone was in a good mood. The entertainment was by a lip singing group dressed as nuns and priests. The three low scorers where awarded large cabbages (two showed). But Walt Ghio had the worst luck as his models did not arrive from San Francisco. Oyyh. 

 
Aram Schlosberg



F1A                    Eurofly 2015            1. November 2015
RangName / Vorname StartNat 1 2 3 4 5 Tota FO1 FO2 Gesamt-
1 Pouzet Bertrand 181 FRA240 180 180 180 240 1020 420 368 1808
2 Aringer Gerhard 041 AUT240 180 180 180 240 1020 420 342 1782
3 Thom Christopher 021 GER240 180 180 180 240 1020 420 338 1778
4 Kosonozhkin Mikhail147 RUS240 180 180 180 240 1020 394 1414
5 Bezchasnyy Vasyl 064 UKR240 180 180 180 240 1020 392 1412
6 van Wallene Allard 014 NL 240 180 180 180 240 1020 371 1391
7 Aberlenc Frederic 101 FRA240 180 180 180 240 1020 333 1353
8 Kargin Cetin 065 TUR240 180 180 180 240 1020 316 1336
9 van Dijk Maarten 050 NL 240 180 180 180 240 1020 307 1327
10 Kraus Yaron 122 ISR240 180 180 180 240 1020 305 1325
11 Moreau François 119 FRA240 180 180 180 240 1020 288 1308
12 Sauter Dietrich 025 GER240 180 180 180 240 1020 282 1302
13 Shichman Ittai 131 ISR240 180 180 180 240 1020 266 1286< br /> 14 Bachmann Christoph 049 SUI240 180 180 180 240 1020 251 1271
15 Trachez Bernard 012 FRA240 180 180 180 240 1020 242 1262
16 Hönig Bernd 023 GER240 180 180 180 240 1020 229 1249
17 Bleuer Heinz 046 SUI240 180 180 180 240 1020 199 1219
18 Faerber Mathias 002 GER240 180 180 180 240 1020 188 1208
19 Andrist Dominik 061 SUI240 180 180 180 240 1020 58 1078
20 Echivard Didier 132 FRA240 180 180 168 240 1008 1008
21 Abad Javier 056 ESP240 167 180 180 240 1007 1007
22 Andrist Alfred 060 SUI240 180 160 180 240 1000 1000
23 Malila Lauri 075 SUI240 160 180 180 240 1000 1000
24 Gugger Christian 070 SUI210 180 180 180 240 990 990
25 Rumpp Stefan 024 GER240 180 180 147 240 987 987
26 Bürgi Walter 074 SUI240 146 180 180 240 986 986
27 Reuss Stefan 027 GER240 180 180 180 200 980 980
28 Bleuer Michi 045 SUI240 180 140 180 240 980 980
29 Halbmeier Dirk 069 GER240 168 143 180 240 971 971
30 Walliser Rolf 026 GER240 179 180 127 240 966 966
30 Bajorat Volker 028 GER232 180 133 180 240 965 965
32 Koglot Roland 201 SLO240 180 180 180 185 965 965
33 Andrist Christian 059 SUI240 180 118 180 240 958 958
34 Aringer Luca Junior040 AUT240 180 180 180 175 955 955
35 Carter John Edward 066 GBR240 133 149 180 240 942 942
35 Pshenychnyy Oleh 020 UKR171 180 180 165 240 936 936
37 Ragot Emmanuel 109 FRA240 180 168 180 168 936 936
38 Asmuss Ron 036 GER198 180 136 180 240 934 934
39 Boris Bernard 114 FRA240 180 180 180 152 932 932
40 Cesbron Samuel 116 FRA240 180 87 180 240 927 927
41 Trumpf Daniel 062 SUI131 180 180 180 240 911 911
42 Wächtler Marcel 015 GER120 171 180 180 240 891 891
43 Mongai Mathis Junio092 FRA240 84 180 180 187 871 871
44 Müller Burkhard 043 GER240 139 180 180 122 861 861
45 Fuss Helmut 042 AUT131 172 152 180 217 852 852
46 Bezchasnyi Artem 185 UKR134 180 180 169 172 835 835
47 Godet Emile Junior 163 FRA156 180 160 180 140 816 816
48 Lamers Kevin 152 NED240 43 129 180 218 810 810
49 Seren Paul 085 GER159 115 180 180 170 804 804
50 Stoffels Horst 171 GER240 85 180 180 118 803 803
51 Weimer Thomas 001 GER240 162 180 180 25 787 787
52 Godinho Jean 088 FRA240 38 81 180 240 779 779
53 Maassen Jurgen 100 NED240 131 94 180 128 773 773
54 Bezak Ivan 202 SVK240 180 180 163 0 763 763
55 Ragot Capuchin Juni110 FRA240 108 108 180 125 761 761
56 Lustig Dr. Volkger 032 GER240 155 0 180 177 752 752
57 Kühn Jens 033 GER 45 180 156 117 230 728 728
58 Keskin Ismail 154 TUR240 31 180 180 79 710 710
59 Challine Jean Pierr091 FRA127 24 65 180 240 636 636
60 Sevgi Osman 153 TUR240 73 180 86 0 579 579
61 Wächtler Mario 016 GER240 180 143 8 0 571 571
62 Dupriez Laurent 183 FRA199 93 93 180 0 565 565
63 Rossen Mark 151 NED108 180 87 0 0 375 375
64 Seren Johannes 087 GER182 18 200 200
68 Seren Daniela 086 GER 0 0 0 0


F1A Junioren
RangName / Vorname StartNat 1 2 3 4 5 Tota FO1 FO2 Gesamt-
33 Aringer Luca Junior040 AUT240 180 180 180 175 955 955
43 Mongai Mathis Junio092 FRA240 84 180 180 187 871 871
47 Godet Emile Junior 163 FRA156 180 160 180 140 816 816
55 Ragot Capuchin Juni110 FRA240 108 108 180 125 761 761

F1B Eurofly 2015 Gr = Gruppe in FO1/Qualifikation
RangName / Vorname StarNat 1 2 3 4 5 TotalFO1FO2 GesamGr Qualifi. für FO2
1 Kulakovsky Oleg  133 UKR180240180180240 1020 576 1596 1 420
2 Rigault Mickael 103 FRA180240180180240 1020 503 1523 2 285
3 Woolner Mike 142 GBR180240180180240 1020 423 1443 2 298
4 Andriukov Alexander054 USA180240180180240 1020 404 1424 2 391
5 Nereng Vegar 090 NOR180240180180240 1020 403 1423 1 420
6 Gorban Evgeny 080 UKR180240180180240 1020 355 1375 1 379
7 Rosonoks Viktors 144 YL 180240180180240 1020 315 1335 1 382
8 Brown Peter 161 GBR180240180180240 1020 0 1020 2 285

9 Stendal Hagen 004 GER180240180180240 1020359 1379 1
10 Stefanchuk Stepan 162 UKR180240180180240 1020301 1321 1
11 Gilad Mark 182 ISR180240180180240 1020297 1317 1
12 Larsen Dag Edvard 081 NOR180240180180240 1020283 1303 2
13 Bodin Jean-Luc 102 FRA180240180180240 1020276 1296 1
14 Hagay Gil 076 ISR180240180180240 1020274 1294 1
15 Novy Milan 111 CZE180240180180240 1020255 1275 2
16 Thom Christopher 021 GER180240180180240 1020252 1272 2
17 Gey Andreas 005 GER180240180180240 1020246 1266 2
17 Laty Julien 113 FRA180240180180240 1020246 1266 2
19 Chevenard Didier 053 FRA180240180180240 1020240 1260 2
20 Clément David Junio104 FRA180240180180240 1020240 1260 1
21 Drapeau Jean-Luc 079 FRA180240180180240 1020235 1255 1
22 Schlosberg Aram 157 USA180240180180240 1020234 1254 1
23 Kalandra Roman 135 CZE180240180180240 1020232 1252 2
24 Iurii Blazhevych 167 UKR180240180180240 1020187 1207 2
25 Ruyter Pim 010 NED180240180180240 1020172 1192 1
26 Paff Dieter 018 GER180240180180240 1020 35 1055 2
27 Batiuk George 058 USA180236180180240 1016 1016
28 Luman Tonu 158 EST180240175180240 1015 1015
29 Siebenmann Dieter 071 SUI174240178180240 1012 1012
30 Cihak Jan 098 CZE180240180180230 1010 1010
31 Godet Emile Junior 163 FRA163240180180240 1003 1003
32 Mönninghoff Peter 037 GER180240180162240 1002 1002
33 Kusterle Mario 138 ITA175240180165240 1000 1000
34 Lucassen Roel 130 NED180240180180217 997 997
35 Tedeschi Serge 141 FRA180240180180215 995 995
36 Jäckel Sebastian Ju048 GER157240180180234 991 991
37 Mackus Rolandas 146 LTU173240180153240 986 986
38 Nevers Romain 117 FRA142240180180240 982 982
39 Marquois Michel 126 FRA141240180180240 981 981
40 Windisch Peter 038 GER139240180180233 972 972
40 Greub Martin 055 SUI180236151180225 972 972
40 Yurtseven Ismet 073 TUR180240180180192 972 972
43 Marquois Bernard 115 FRA134240180180233 967 967
44 Marquois Gerard 127 FRA180240180127240 967 967
45 Brehm Dieter 084 GER180240178180184 962 962
45 Kraus Ezra 121 ISR122240180180240 962 962
45 Liberatore Walter 139 ITA180240135180227 962 962
48 Vivchar Igor 207 UKR180240119180240 959 959
49 Boris Bernard 114 FRA180238180120240 958 958
50 Barberis Didier 089 FRA180240180180172 952 952
51 Rigault Éloïse 105 FRA180167180180240 947 947
52 Pietzko Hubert 022 GER18024099 180240 939 939
53 Greimel Verena 184 AUT180240110180227 937 937
54 Malenicky Jaroslav 099 CZE144240180180183 927 927
55 Leissner Klaus 030 GER18024086 180240 926 926
56 Faassen Michiel 006 NED180235128122240 905 905
57 Schwendemann Bernha072 GER18024018063 240 903 903
58 Willemsen Gerard 007 NED58 240180180240 898 898
58 Marquois Lea 034 FRA180171180180187 898 898
60 Lomov Sergey 195 RUS180148180180209 897 897
61 Varadi Mihaly 140 HUN18024018024 240 864 864
62 Evatt Mike 164 GBR153155180174201 863 863
63 Buisson Guy 209 FRA26 240180180209 835 835
64 Trumpf Rudolf 063 SUI140171138158214 821 821
65 Stühler Rolf 159 GER18024024 133240 817 817
66 Lamers Kevin 152 NED152115127180202 776 776
67 Kolar Radovan 095 CZE110240180 0 240 770 770
68 Meusburger Harald 047 AUT107196148180117 748 748
69 Herzberg Giora 186 ISR15021118012564 730 730
70 Gürer Memet Saim 108 TUR18020918024 7 600 600
71 Zilberg Igor 031 GER132240180 0 0 552 552




F1B Junioren
RangName / Vorname StarNat 1 2 3 4 5 TotalFO1FO2 Gesamt-
total
1 Clément David Junio104 FRA180240180180240 1020240 1260
2 Godet Emile Junior 163 FRA163240180180240 1003 1003
3 Jäckel Sebastian Ju048 GER157240180180234 991 991

F1C Eurofly 2015 Gr = Gruppe in FO1/Qualifikation
RangName / Vorname StarNat 1 2 3 4 5 TotaFO1FO2GesamGr Qualifi. für FO2
1 Sychov Volodymyr 210 SLO 180 240 180 180 240 1020 600 1620 2 420
2 Roots Juri 143 EST 180 240 180 180 240 1020 565 1585 2 287
3 Truppe Reinhard 176 AUT 180 240 180 180 240 1020 454 1474 1 373
4 de Boer Pieter 083 NED 180 240 180 180 240 1020 347 1367 1 335
5 Maurer Peter 192 SUI 180 240 180 180 240 1020 310 1330 1 380
6 Gretter Claus 094 GER 180 240 180 180 240 1020 204 1224 2 255
7 Seydel Sigurd 078 GER 180 240 180 180 240 1020 0 1020 2 362
8 Nogga Manfred 052 GER 180 240 180 180 240 1020 0 1020 1 311

9 Banci Andrea 179 ITA 180 240 180 180 240 1020301 1321 1
10 Faux Ken 057 GBR 180 240 180 180 240 1020142 1162 2
11 Meissnest Dittmar 170 GER 162 240 180 180 240 1002 1002
12 Wächtler Claus-Peter 017 GER 180 240 180 150 240 990 990
13 Reverault Michel 208 FRA 180 195 180 180 240 975 975
14 Gradi Franco 180 ITA 180 240 180 180 189 969 969
15 Marot Pierre 196 FRA 180 240 107 180 240 947 947
16 Sondhaus Michael 205 GER 180 240 180 180 141 921 921
17 Naaber Raimond 093 EST 180 240 180 180 129 909 909
18 Ducassou Francois 173 FRA 180 21 180 180 240 801 801
19 Klimakova Ekatirina J194 RUS 117 234 172 86 190 799 799
20 Klimakova Elizaveta J193 RUS 180 107 177 180 146 790 790
21 Stäbler Rolf 120 GER 180 240 180 180 0 780 780
22 Vahur Tiho 165 EST 144 201 180 180 0 705 705
23 Stefan Reinwald 155 GER 36 0 0 0 0 36 36

F1C Junioren Eurofly 2015 31. Oktober 2015

RangName / Vorname StarNat 1 2 3 4 5 TotaFO1FO2Gesamt-
total
1 Klimakova Ekatirina J194 RUS 117 234 172 86 190 799 799
2 Klimakova Elizaveta J193 RUS 180 107 177 180 146 790 790
F1G Eurofly 2015 1. November 2015

RangName / Vorname StartNat 1 2 3 4 5 TotaFO1FO2Gesamt-
1 Stefanchuk Stepan 162 UKR180 120 120 120 240 780 780
2 Liberatore Walter 139 ITA180 120 120 120 233 773 773
3 Hagay Gil 076 ISR180 120 102 106 240 748 748
4 Buisson Guy 209 FRA153 120 87 120 240 720 720
5 Kusterle Mario 138 ITA180 120 120 120 167 707 707
6 Ghio Walt 125 USA168 115 120 120 150 673 673
7 Herzberg Giora 186 ISR139 120 120 120 155 654 654
8 Gorban Evgeny 080 UKR180 120 114 106 123 643 643
9 Besnard Annie 215 FRA180 120 105 120 105 630 630
10 Chevenard Didier 053 FRA180 120 111 101 96 608 608
11 Giliberto Gisele 118 FRA130 120 90 120 146 606 606
12 Drapeau Jean-Luc 079 FRA138 120 120 120 90 588 588
13 Nevers Romain 117 FRA180 120 74 80 75 529 529
14 Comtet Louane junior128 FRA 47 120 73 120 121 481 481
15 Marquois Bernard 115 FRA 25 98 120 120 77 440 440


F1G Junioren
RangName / Vorname StartNat 1 2 3 4 5 TotaFO1FO2Gesamt-
14 Comtet Louane junior128 FRA 47 120 73 120 121 481 481



F1Q Eurofly 2015 1. November 2015
RangName / Vorname StartNat 1 2 3 4 5 TotaFO1FO2Gesamt-
1 Sauter Dietrich 025 GER240 180 180 180 240 1020420 1440
2 Asmuss Ron 034 GER240 180 180 180 240 1020317 1337
3 Kaynes Ian 160 GBR240 180 143 180 240 983 983
4 Gerlach Wolfgang 187 GER195 180 180 180 240 975 975
5 Rizzo Sergio 191 ITA210 180 180 125 240 935 935
6 Seren Paul 085 GER193 177 180 130 240 920 920
7 Cesare Gianni 190 ITA203 180 180 180 158 901 901
8 Tietz Matthias 178 GER240 180 180 22 240 862 862
9 Schlosberg Aram 157 USA 0 180 120 14 0 314 314



Eurofly F1B FO


This year’s Eurofly F1B FO was the first World Cup [outside of Finland?] to have a dual flyoff. There was some confusion amongst the organizers, sportsmen and Facebook followers as to how this should be scored and presented. I believe the results above are correct.


I asked Ian Kaynes about this and he says that the FFTSC will issue a clarification to avoid confusion in future events.


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Roger Morrell