Sunday, 4 May 2014

A racing task and Easter Eggs

The sun brought out plenty of members to have a go at a handicapped distance task set by Tim, so the launch point was very busy. Most people got back - Rob and Yan dropped in to Thame to take a look at their Vintage weekend line up - and your correspondent arrived back too late to find out who won, but it was a good day out.

Busy grid
That bit of polish will make all the difference

Ready to launch

Meanwhile back at Booker, the 'Easter Egg' aerobatics competition was underway. With two classes - Standard and Gorblimey - there was plenty of action, scored by a judge from the British Aerobatic Association, and the winner was David Humphreys with a very creditable score of 85%, Second place went to Alun Jenkins and third to Ben Followell.

David receiving the Easter Egg trophy - patience rewarded

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