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#1 Jurgen Heilig Nov 08, 2004 11:28 PM

German Indoor Aerobatics Championship 2005
 
Just a heads-up for the competitors in other countries:

The German Indoor Aerobatics Championship will most likely take place on 02.- 03. April 2005. Location, schedules and required qualification tbd.

F3AI-A (Turn around programme)

1) Take-Off
2) Inverted Cuban Eight
3) 1/4 roll - knife edge 180° circle - 1/4 roll
4) Looping with 1/2 roll at the top
5) Inverted Stall turn - 1/2 roll after exit
6) Triangular looping with 1/2 roll at the top
7) Inverted 180° circle
8) Rolling circle with one(!) roll
9) High Hat with 1/4 rolls - exit normal
10) Half 4 point roll
11) Humpty Bump
12) Torque roll
13) Landing

F3AI-B:

1) Take-Off
2) Horizontal Eight
3) Looping
4) Four Point Roll
5) Double Immelmann with 1/2 rolls
6) Inverted Stall Turn with 1/2 rolls
7) High Hat with 1/4 rolls
8) Rolling circle with one(!) roll
9) Landing

AeroMusicals - same as 2004.

:) Jürgen

#2 David Kyjovsky Nov 09, 2004 02:41 AM

Exciting programme! Could you pls elaborate on description of the maneuvres and judging criteria? Or is there any place on the web to get that?

Looking forward to it... sounds too cool!

David

#3 Bert v/d Vecht Nov 09, 2004 11:23 AM

@David: There is a PDF file at Jürgens home page with a description of the new schedule. Look under "Ausschreibung".

@Jürgen: I tried the program on the new Aerofly Pro Deluxe simulator and have a question about the sequence.

When starting from left to right on the take off, after completing the two 90 degr.turns and the two 180 degr. turns, the first manouvre would be the reverse 1/2 Cuban eight entered from the right. After almost completing the schedule, the last manouvre would be the one torque roll with entry and exit from right to left. The following, according to the PDF file, would be a 180 degr. turn in order to get on an opposing course as the take off. The way I understand it this 180 degr. turn would bring me on a course in the same direction as the take off.

Where did I get lost? (I presume I will not have to use a reversable pitch prop to be able to turn in one direction and still be able to fly in the opposite direction. :)

Thanks in advance,
Bert.

#4 Jurgen Heilig Nov 09, 2004 01:13 PM

@David: The description is in German, but as we will se each other this weekend, we can talk about the new schedule.

@Bert: I was not involved in the selection/sequence of the new figures, but I ran into the same problem as you did. ;)

As the new schedule is brand new, I am sure it will be discussed a lot.

:) Jürgen

#5 Pjotrrr Nov 09, 2004 02:29 PM

Maybe a hallwide mirror can help in flying backwards? :D

Peter

#6 David Kyjovsky Nov 09, 2004 02:53 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Jurgen Heilig
@David: The description is in German, but as we will se each other this weekend, we can talk about the new schedule.

@Bert: I was not involved in the selection/sequence of the new figures, but I ran into the same problem as you did. ;)

As the new schedule is brand new, I am sure it will be discussed a lot.

:) Jürgen

Jurgen, I have seen the description in the meantime... German is ok, I have a good picture.

BTW, is it THIS weekend (Carvin)? I thought NEXT weekend, but maybe I am wrong as I went down with a bad flu and my head is only 24% working...

#7 Jurgen Heilig Nov 09, 2004 03:12 PM

Hi David,

Carvin is 13.-14.Nov.2004. :) Jürgen

#8 David Kyjovsky Nov 10, 2004 04:24 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Jurgen Heilig
Hi David,

Carvin is 13.-14.Nov.2004. :) Jürgen

Gee thanks, I was wrong... see you there.

David

#9 Jurgen Heilig Dec 16, 2004 02:25 PM

In order to keep the number of participants at the German Indoor Championship below a reasonable limit, two qualification events are planned for 2005. There will be one in Northern Germany (tbd - Emsbüren?) and one in Southern Germany (Poing, near Munich, 05.-06.03.2005). The final competition is scheduled to take place in Mannheim, 02.-03.04.2005.

In order to get an idea regarding the amount of potential competitors, please send a short informal message (name, address, chosen program (F3AI-A or F3AI-B)) to the following eMail address: DMIndoor2005@aol.com

:) Jürgen

#10 David Kyjovsky Dec 17, 2004 07:58 AM

Jurgen,

I sent the mail with 6 names from the Czech republic. When you say F3AI-A or -B, do you mean the "old" A + B, or the new rules/schedules?

Thanks,

David

#11 Jurgen Heilig Dec 17, 2004 11:21 AM

Hi David,

For 2005 the new schedules as mentioned in the opening post apply.

:) Jürgen

#12 David Kyjovsky Dec 17, 2004 04:00 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Jurgen Heilig
Hi David,

For 2005 the new schedules as mentioned in the opening post apply.

:) Jürgen

Ok, great. Just wanted to be sure. I guess that I correctly assume that the same is the case at the qualification competitions...

#13 Jurgen Heilig Dec 18, 2004 01:13 AM

Your assumption is 100% correct. ;) Jürgen

#14 Jurgen Heilig Jan 21, 2005 03:46 PM

The dates and locations for the German Indoor Aerobatics Championship have been settled.

Due to the high number of competitors last year, you need to qualify in one of the two qualification events:

Poing (near Munich) on 05.- 06.03.2005, or
Burgdorf (near Hanover) on 19.- 20.03.2005

The best pilots will then meet on 02.- 03.04.2005 in Mannheim/Feudenheim.

More details regarding times, accommodation, registration etc. most likely on Monday on my homepage: http://people.freenet.de/slowfly under "Ausschreibung".

:) Jürgen

#15 Jurgen Heilig Jan 22, 2005 04:16 AM

If there are any questions - please feel free to ask here. ;)

:) Jürgen


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