SEN 1453

Table of Contents - SEN 1453

  1. WC 2011 Web Site
  2. Chile F1A Team
  3. BIH F1A Team
  4. AZ Contest Info
  5. This Weekend in case you lost your flyer

WC 2011 Web Site

Website at

Chile F1A Team for Argentina.

Last Sunday we finished the selection process for the F1A Chilean team to Argentina WCH 2011.
1.- Miguel Gasitulli
2.-Roberto Rojas
3.-Fernando Abarca
Team leader: Hernan Alarcon

see you in Argentina.

F1A team of Bosnia and Herzegovina for Wch Argentina 2011!!

Robert Bjelajac,  Adin Ramadanovic  and Dejan Vranjes

AZ Contest Info

On December 4 and 5 we'll have the Arizona Championships in Eloy, Arizona. This is the last America's Cup and National Cup contest West of the Missisippi of the year 2010. There are AMA, NFFS, SAM, and FAI events. To download the 2 fliers for the AZ Champs go to  and click on the blue "Arizona FF Champs". On the field in Eloy it should be cool in the mornings but will warm up to about 70° during the day.
For information on the 3-day 2011 Southwest Regional Model Airplane Championships on January 15-17 go to  - please use the Entry Forms to pre-enter. This will be the 61th SWR! 
Motorcycle flapping or circling with a motorcycle under a model will not be tolerated at the two meets. Also, glider towing through the flight lines of other events and through the parking area is not ok. Both are unsafe practices.
Please come and fly with us in Eloy!
Peter Brocks

This Week end - in case you lost your flyer -


OCTOBER 30 & 31, 2010






this event was made possible by the GENEROUS efforts of jill rowland-lagan, ceo of the Boulder City Chamber of Commerce. Please patronize Boulder City motels, restaurants and businesses and tell them why you are there.

For Classes: F1A, F1B, F1C, F1G, F1H, F1J, F1P, F1Q, P-30 and Vintage FAI Power

Saturday October 30th: F1A, F1B, F1C, F1P, and F1Q

(7) One hour rounds commencing at 8:00AM for all events

Round 1: F1A, 210 Seconds, F1B and F1C, 240 Seconds, Rounds 2-7: 180 Seconds

F1P, 180 Seconds, All Rounds

F1Q, 15 Second Motor Run, 180 Seconds, F1Q Flyoffs will use decreasing motor runs, 180 Second Maxes

Saturday Fly Offs will begin no earlier than 4:30PM

Sunday October 31th: F1G, F1H, F1J, P-30 and Vintage FA1 Power

Tie-Breaker “Espresso Fly-Off” (No Max): F1G 7:15-7:25; F1H 7:30–7:40; F1J 7:45–7:55, Vintage FAI Power 8:00-8:10

(5) 45 Minute rounds commencing at 8:30AM

F1G, F1H and F1J, 120 Seconds, All Rounds

Vintage FAI Power, 180 Seconds, All Rounds

P-30 8:00AM to 12:00PM, No Rounds, AMA Rules

Sunday Flyoffs

No earlier than 12:45PM (30 minutes after close of Round 5) flyoffs will begin. For F1G, F1H and F1J, the first flyoff round Max will be 180 seconds, the second flyoff Max, if required, will be 240 seconds and the third flyoff Max, if required, will be 300 seconds.

Vintage FAI Flyoffs will use the same engine runs, with Maxes increasing by 60 seconds starting with 240 seconds. For all events, if a winner is not determined at the conclusion of three flyoff rounds, the Espresso Flyoff times will be used to determine final placing.

***There will be NO timers provided. Please find someone to fly and time with you.***


Perpetual Trophies to winners in F1A, F1B, F1C, F1G, F1H and F1J

Glassware 1st through 3rd place for all events, including F1P, F1Q, Vintage FAI Power, P-30 and winners of Espresso Flyoffs

Entry Fee: $30 for first event entry, $10 for each additional event entry. $10 for P-30. No entry fee for Juniors or Espresso Flyoff

Contest Director:

Bill Booth Jr. Bob Beecroft

5092 Nighthawk Way 3488 Linda Vista Terrace

Oceanside, CA 92056 Fallbrook, CA 92028

(760) 842-1079(760) 723-2499

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Directions to El Dorado Dry Lake:

On Hwy 95 approximately 7 miles south of Hwy 93. Access through the Desert Tortoise fence is on the west side of Highway 95 on the north edge of where the power lines cross the highway. The flying area is to the west, approximately in the middle of the lake bed. In the early morning, the field is approximately 35 minutes drive time from the Las Vegas “Strip”. Camping on the field is permitted.

There will be a Henning sighting...


Roger Morrell