FAI Free Flight World Cup 2011


Report of the FAI Jury on Stonehenge Cup 2011

Last update of this page: 27 May 2011
CompetitionStonehenge Cup, May 14-15. Salisbury Plain, UK
FAI Jury members

1. Ian Kaynes GBR

2. Klaus Salzer (AUT) / Michael Woodhouse (GBR)

3. Peter Tribe (GBR) / Bob Cheesley (GBR)

Advance information

Information and entry forms sent to previous competitors, web site calendar listing

Schedule of competition

May 14 F1B, F1C start 9.30
May 15 F1A, F1Q start 9.30

Duration of rounds

1 hour 15 mins

Breaks between rounds

15 mins

Maximum durations in each round

150 sec for all flights because of wind.
Flyoff required only for F1Q, flown to 150 maximum and with 10 sec run

Interruptions and delays


Weather and visibility

Dry, wind 4 to 8 m/sec. Good visibility.

Flight line - changes of position


Number of starting poles

F1A 5, F1B 4, F1C 2, F1Q 2

Number of competitors per pole


Local rules or deviations from Sporting Code

Flown in 5 rounds as advertised in advance information

Observations on timekeeping

One timekeeper provided at each pole, augmented by competitors

Prize-giving and issue of results - confirm organisers provide results with full names, nationalities and number of juniors

Prizes of trophies and wine presented on field after completion of flyoff.
Results circulated to competitors after event.
No juniors.

Any incident or accident




[Aeromodelling Commission] - [Results of Stonehenge Cup]
[FF World Cup rules 2011] - [FF World Cup report 2011] - [FF World Cup results 2011]

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