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Saturday, September 15, 2007

F3J Team Trials on Saturday 15th September.

F3J Qualifying pilots and Gliders.

8 Pilots that qualified for this event had to contented with tricky weather on Saturday morning. Congratulations to those that made the senior and junior F3J teams. The final results will be made available on the F3J Bog. Members of the BERG team helped as official timers. Here are some pictures of the mornings flying .

Timekeepers from the BERG Club.

After 6 Rounds the flying field return to normal when the Extreme club members turned up with some unusual Go Extremely Big Or Go Home aircraft. (GEBOGH) Here are some Pictures taken on the Day.

Craig doing a quick repair between flights.

Conrad having a anxious moment before the competition start.

Paul (ETB)

This ¼ scale Russian Transport plane (8 meter wingspan) had 7 Meter span Ventus 2ax Glider on top and powered by 2 Os 140 motors.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Pretty neat timekeepers.