|Jul 18, 2011, 10:36 PM|
Dave Register Takes ALES at Muncie!
He did it via one of the two ways listed below.
He was flying the latest, lightest model. He used a diabolical system that
allowed him to zoom through the altitude limit to almost double the height
of all the others.
He built his own model, it wasn't close to as light as the AVA's and
Supras, it had a V tail, he'd flown it a lot.
He found enough air in each round to max and put the nose on the good
landing spots on the tape.
He practiced with a clock and landing spot....He out flew the others.
Extremely proud of you Dave!
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