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Old Feb 03, 2007, 03:11 AM
Craig Allen
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Re: Winingest USA Sailplane ?????

GordySoar@aol.com wrote:
That Winningest USA Sailplane? Insanity, tooled and toured by non other than Daryl Perkins...

Wrong!!!

Gordy your wrong once again!!! :-))

The winingest plane ever including the last two years is a 38oz 2 Meter!!!

Yep a two Meter Image flown my none other than Mr. 2 meter himself,

Drum Roll Please......

Bob McGowan...

His wining 2 meter score is usually higher that the winning unlimited score....

On a side note.. How many NAT's has Bob won since they have been in Muncie??? None... That's why the the NATS will always be a nice little Midwest contest until it starts moving around the country again like it was always meant to be.

Craig Allen LSF111 37 years level 3 and holding :-)




Old Feb 03, 2007, 11:11 AM
Marc Gellart
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Re: Winingest USA Sailplane ?????

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<DIV><FONT face="Times New Roman" size=3>We wish Bob would come back to the Nats, but that is his choice.&nbsp; I think though you have miss termed the contests in question.&nbsp; What guys that do not come back are missing&nbsp;from&nbsp;that little Midwest contest is it is a&nbsp;soaring contest, not a landing contest, that is what Tom Copp et al are bringing up here.&nbsp; All our contests (local and the Nats included)&nbsp;give pilots more flying time&nbsp;relative to&nbsp;landing points than probably anywhere in the world and with more varying conditions.</FONT>&nbsp; </DIV>
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<DIV><FONT face="Times New Roman" size=3>I&nbsp;am&nbsp;taking nothing from Bob's accomplishments here, he is surgical.&nbsp; But ask the boys who do come back, DP, Aaron, Mike,&nbsp;Joe, Larry, Skip, etc,&nbsp;I believe they&nbsp;will confirm my observations if that matters.</FONT></DIV>
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Old Feb 03, 2007, 03:11 PM
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RE: Winingest USA Sailplane ?????

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We wish Bob would come back to the Nats, but that is his choice.&nbsp; I
think though you have miss termed the contests in question.&nbsp; What guys that do not come back are missing&nbsp;from&nbsp;that little Midwest contest is it is a&nbsp;soaring contest, not a landing contest, that is what Tom Copp et al are bringing up here.&nbsp; All our contests (local and the Nats included)&nbsp;give pilots more flying time&nbsp;relative to&nbsp;landing points than probably anywhere in the world and with more varying conditions.</FONT>&nbsp; </DIV>
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I&nbsp;am&nbsp;taking nothing from Bob's accomplishments here, he is
surgical.&nbsp; But ask the boys who do come back, DP, Aaron, Mike,&nbsp;Joe, Larry, Skip, etc,&nbsp;I believe they&nbsp;will confirm my observations if that matters.</FONT></DIV>
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