Richard N. Shagam
Reminder: 2005 Albuquerque F5J World Challenge
Hello All F5J Enthusiasts.
The Albuquerque Soaring Association (AMA#1965) reminds you that the
2005 Albuquerque F5J World Challenge, to be held at McIntosh, NM the
weekend of October 14-16, 2005, is fast approaching. Register for this
great event at http://www.soarabq.org/f5j_wc_2005/f5j_main.htm
The contest will feature the popular "Albuquerque Rules," in which
the pilot chooses his limited motor run time within a fixed working
time window. Flight points will be determined by the pilot's gliding
flight time (motor off) within the remaining working time. Three
classes of competition will be available--Speed 400, 7-cell, and
This has proved to be a fun, yet challenging format--this year will be
Registration is easy--complete information is at:
North Central New Mexico is gorgeous that time of year. Make your
travel plans now!!
President, Albuquerque Soaring Assoc.
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