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Old Dec 04, 2012, 11:34 AM
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websites update competitors

the official one is www.indoor-rc.de this is mainly concentrating on Infos for NAC's

but more detailed information for visitors and competitors can be found at
http://www.indoorwm.de/


actual updated forecast: approx. 58 competitors from 17 countries ... including 10! Juniors.

Slowenia, Italy and Russia joined.

Best regads,

Karl
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Old Dec 07, 2012, 01:21 AM
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Czech team for Coburg

Hi Karl

1. Jiri Sotola
2. Marek Plichta - junior
3. Jakub Necesanek - junior

and TM me - Vladislav Plichta

helper: Emil Necesanek

this is complete Czech team.

see you and best regard

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Old Dec 09, 2012, 11:58 PM
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Hi Karl,

A question that may seem with an obvious answer to some. Who fills the 'F3P_WCh_2013_Preliminary_Entry_Form' ?
The team manager ? Each pilot ? The NAC ?
I am trying to get it send before the deadline but I am confused now...

Thanks

Xavier

note: I emailed Michael with the same question trying to get an answer quickly.


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now it is done. Bulletin 1 is released, including the preliminary entry form. You can find it at:

http://www.indoor-rc.de

or in the attachment.

Best regards,

Karl-Ernst
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Old Dec 10, 2012, 03:46 AM
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Hi Karl,
A question that may seem with an obvious answer to some. Who fills the 'F3P_WCh_2013_Preliminary_Entry_Form' ?
The team manager ? Each pilot ? The NAC ?
I am trying to get it send before the deadline but I am confused now...
Thanks
Xavier
Salut Xavier,
It's the NAC responsibility.

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Old Dec 10, 2012, 11:26 AM
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Thanks FAI guy

The form has been stamped and send so we are set.
Next is airplane ticket, car and hotel :-)

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Old Dec 10, 2012, 03:21 PM
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signed and stamped

Hello Xavier,

looking forward seeing you all at Coburg.

best regards,

Karl
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Old Dec 13, 2012, 03:31 AM
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Just found some weather information here : http://www.yr.no/place/Germany/Bavar...tatistics.html

It could interest somebody else.

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Old Dec 16, 2012, 08:24 PM
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That's interesting Loic.

Karl: Does it mean we should request winter tires or any special equipment on the rental car ?

Thanks
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Old Dec 17, 2012, 12:57 AM
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Karl: Does it mean we should request winter tires or any special equipment on the rental car ?
Rental cars usually are equipped with winter or at least all weather tires during this period.

Recommend to book with winter tires, but don't accept any additional charge. At least four major car rental companies (Hertz, Sixt, Europ car and Avis) have followed the appeal of the ADAC:

http://www.autofahrer-online.de/allg...erreifen/1928/

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Old Dec 30, 2012, 05:08 AM
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Official entry forms ...

Dear all,

Beforehand the “Official Entry Form” for the 2013 FAI World
Championship for RC Aerobatic Model Aircraft and the entry form for the
F3P German Challenge in class F3P-AFM.
Please return both forms and the digital passport colour photo (jpg 600
dpi) no later than 8th January 2013. The compliance date is very
important for our preparation.
We need the information and the photo for the program booklet and the
website http://www.indoorwm.de/ and the clothing sizes for the order of
t-shirts for participants. Thank you!

The Athlete's Acknowledgment and Agreement will be collected during the
registration process with the FAI sporting license.

The bulletin 2 will be released in early January and sent by e-mail.

All interested who's NAC does not send a team to the WCh (like the USA for example) can use the same formular for signing in. Attention the limitation to max. 80 Pilots and max. 4 pilots from every country is still valid!

All the best for the new year to all of you!

Best regrads,

Karl-Ernst
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Old Dec 31, 2012, 05:41 PM
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Hi Karl,
How does it work if a pilot is also the manager. Do we fill 2 forms and register twice ?

Also: any airplane museum suggestion in a 500km radius from Frankfurt ?

Thanks

Xavier
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Old Dec 31, 2012, 05:50 PM
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Also: any airplane museum suggestion in a 500km radius from Frankfurt ?
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The two biggest would be the Technik Museums in Speyer and Sinsheim.

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The two biggest would be the Technik Museums in Speyer and Sinsheim.
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Hello Xavier,
Speyer could be forgotten in my mind, many cars, not so many interesting aircraft.
But within the 500 km reach, 4 other museums definitely worth a visit :
- the army museum in Bruxelles, Belgium
- the transport museum in Lucerne, Switzerland
- the air museum in Prague, Czech Republlic (almost 100 unique aircraft that cannot be seen anywhere else)
- the technics museum (NTM) also in Prague
Also in the Netherlands the Lelystad Aviodrome museum, but I don't know this one personnally.

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Hello Xavier,
Speyer could be forgotten in my mind, many cars, not so many interesting aircraft.
But within the 500 km reach, 4 other museums definitely worth a visit :
- the army museum in Bruxelles, Belgium
- the transport museum in Lucerne, Switzerland
- the air museum in Prague, Czech Republlic (almost 100 unique aircraft that cannot be seen anywhere else)
- the technics museum (NTM) also in Prague
Also in the Netherlands the Lelystad Aviodrome museum, but I don't know this one personnally.
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... And I forgot two major museums within reach :
- the Deutsches Museum in Munich (including a magnificent model aircraft department displaying the early RC experiments)
- the aircraft museum in Oberschleissheim (actually a department of the Deutsches Museum and a short distance outside of Munich),
both are absolutely magnificent (but parking a car in Munich next to the museum could be a headache)

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Hello Xavier,
Speyer could be forgotten in my mind, many cars, not so many interesting aircraft.
But within the 500 km reach, 4 other museums definitely worth a visit :
- the army museum in Bruxelles, Belgium
- the transport museum in Lucerne, Switzerland
- the air museum in Prague, Czech Republlic (almost 100 unique aircraft that cannot be seen anywhere else)
- the technics museum (NTM) also in Prague
Also in the Netherlands the Lelystad Aviodrome museum, but I don't know this one personnally.

FAI guy
When I suggested the Technik Museums in Speyer and Sinsheim, I recommended two museums fairly close to Frankfurt and not 400 to 500+km away. Especially in winter, these distances can be quite time consuming.

As far as exhibits are concerned. Let them have a look themselves:

http://www.technik-museum.de/en

Plenty of videos on Youtube as well.

Jürgen
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