Dedicated to those that build and fly wood R/C Sailplanes
Wood Crafters is dedicated to perpetuating the model builder, not the model buyer.
If you didn't build it, you can't fly it, with the following exceptions:
A one off you purchased that was built in the continental USA by a USA citizen.
Wood Crafters is one entry per ch with the exception of team entry.
Last years participants have until March 16 to sign up for 2007.
Registration will open on remaining open ch March 17.
The Reunion is a great way to accomplish the LSF Level l and Level ll tasks.
Ray Hayes email@example.com
|Class A||2meter unlimited|
|Class B||104" or less RES|
|Class C||RES unlimited|
|Class E||Nostalgia 100 inch or less|
|Class F||Nostalgia Unlimited|
Enter any number of the classes, rounds will be flown in time windows, so it will be up to you to get all your flights in. Choose the number of classes wisely, the round could end before you have finished flying all your chosen classes. This also means "do not delay the launch line" and cause someone to miss there flights because after you hooked up, you stood at the winch rather than launching immediately.
The important thing to consider is entering the number of classes you will have time to finish. Window time will be based on number of size class entries. Example, I'm going for all the classes, but I may have to drop some if we have a large turn out.
The winning Grand Champion points will be based on the total of any three of the Class A through Class D size classes you designate prior to the start of the contest.
There will be a Nostalgia Champion trophy for those that choose to compete in both Nostalgia size classes. The top points accumulated both days in both Nostalgia size classes wins the trophy.
Hope you can sign up for Wood Crafters 2007 and enjoy flying with your fellow woody buddies. Sign up only on last years ch.
Ray Hayes, skybench.com firstname.lastname@example.org Home of the Wood Crafters
* Grand Champion Traveler Trophy, engraved with past winners names.
Back to Wood Crafters 2007