|Feb 11, 2008, 08:56 PM|
Friday F3P unknown contest
A few people asked me to post this. I copied it from Mark Jorgensen's post off of FG. For those interested.
This was an indoor unknown pattern contest that we flew in on Friday morning at the E-Fest facility. 2 unknows were handed out 2 hours prior to flight time and there were three rounds total flown.
1 Jason Noll 2000
2 Sean McMurtry 1936
3 Andrew Jesky 1933
4 Mark Leseburg 1868
5 Jason Shulman 1639
6 Wayne Geffon 1636
7 Chris Gini 1632
8 Jason Danhakl 1597
9 RJ Gritter 1557
10 Mike McConville 1516
11 Will Berninger 1454
12 Nick Maxwell 1413
13 Brandon Chitty 1311
14 Brendan Jones 989
|Feb 12, 2008, 12:31 PM|
United States, IL, Naperville
Joined Apr 2007
Assuming I can post Adobe files, the sequences are below. The 6 of 4-point in the down line...the Jason and Andrew's designed model's performed this particularly well.
1. Rolling Loop 1.5rolls, exit Inverted
2. Figure 9 3 of 4pt roll up exit Upright
3. Figure 9 1/4 roll, 1 roll reversed, exit Inverted
4. Diamond Loop 1 roll 1st side, 1.5 rolls 3rd side Exit Upright
5. 45 Degree Humpty Bump (3) 1/2 rolls up, 1.5 Positive Snap down, exit Inverted
6. 1 roll 1/2 Loop to top, Exit Upright
7. Vertical Downline 3/4 Roll down, Exit Inverted Cross box
8. 270 Degree Rolling turn, 1/2 roll IN, Full Roll Out Exit Upright
9. Two 2pt reversed
10. Tail Slide Wheels Up, 1.5 rolls on Upline
1. 1/4 roll to Knife Edge, Rolling Loop with 1/2 Roll Integrated, Knife Edge to Knife Edge
2. From Knife Edge, Vertical Upline 3 of 4 pt roll exit Inverted
3. Stall Turn 1/4 roll up, 6 of 4pt roll down, exit Inverted Cross Box.
4. Humpty Bump 1.5 rolls up, Push top, 3/4 Positive Snap down, Exit Upright
5. 1/2 Cuban 8 No rolls, Exit Inverted
6. Rolling Circle, (4) 1/2 Rolls reversed, Out, IN-IN, Out Exit Inverted
7. Sharks Tooth, 2 rolls reversed on 45 Downline, Exit Upright
8. Rolling Loop, (2) Half Rolls reversed, exit Upright
9. Stall Turn 1/2 roll, 2of 4 pt roll reversed up, (3) 1/2 rolls down Exit Inverted
10. Inverted 8pt roll
|Feb 12, 2008, 01:24 PM|
I really hope the precision flying catches on more here in the USA. The freestyle is great but I've always been more into the precision stuff.
|Feb 12, 2008, 03:06 PM|
thank you for the Aresti! I look forward to practicing some of it at some point. just got my gear and a good friend is passing along a Vrolet to me!
can't wait to try it
|Feb 12, 2008, 04:46 PM|
College Station, TX USA
Joined Dec 2003
Fully agreed. I really enjoy it. Theres always room for more practice for improvment (a lot of room in my case). I also enjoy the building/trimming aspect of learning precision flying. You learn what does what and how, just with expiermenting and flying. Specifically with the indoor models. Being foam, the amount of stuff to try is endless.
|Feb 12, 2008, 05:59 PM|
Congrats all! I had a blast on Friday. That 6 of 4... hehe that was one of the funniest things to watch.
Out of curiosity... how did JAS place? I could have sworn that since he wasnt present for the last round, all of his scores were to be thrown out...
|Feb 12, 2008, 06:46 PM|
Did we all hear incorrectly?
|Feb 12, 2008, 09:40 PM|
Ask Jorgensen to know for sure.
|Feb 13, 2008, 08:05 AM|
Joined Aug 2003
How did the judging go? I would like to hear some feedback on the judging format used. FWIW, the IMAC Southeast put on incredibly successful judge instructor/certification weekend seminar a couple weeks ago and it was a very unifying experience.