|Sat. Mar. 24,
Mar. 25, 2001
Texaco Antique .
1/2A Texaco LER class C glow .
Pure Antique LER class A ign .
LER class C ign. LER class B ign .
LER class A glow 1/2A Scale .
LER Class B glow Electric Texaco .
Electric LMR Ohlsson Special .
O/T R/C Glider Brown Jr LER Shootout.
Triathalon S.O.S. Electric
opens 8:00 A.M. each day. Pilots meet 8:30, flying immediately after.
Last flight airborne by 4 P.M. Sat., 3 P.M. Sunday. LAZER ENGRAVED
TROPHIES for first place for all events. Perpetual trophies and plaques
include a Sweepstakes trophy for points gathered in all events flown;
the Ron Doig perpetual 1/2A Texaco Trophy; and the "big" Texaco
trophy from Templeton Texaco. 2001 AMA and SAM rules will be followed.
Contest Director: Hardy
Robinson 804 E. Tangerine Ave. Lompoc, Ca. 93436 805-736-8741
RULES FOR SAM 26 SPRING ANNUAL AT TAFT
Last SAM rule changes which affected RC were as follows:
Regardless of weight, a ship flown in either Antique event will receive
at least the engine
run time it would get in an LER event. This somewhat reduces the drastic
smaller Antique ships. So if you don't have a big ship, fly your little
will be flown as described in the SAM rule book. For O.T. glider, any
total time within ± 5 seconds of 20 minutes will be rounded to
20 minutes for flyoff purposes. This helps prevent damage during precision
timed landings. A heavy duty hi-start will be provided by contest management.
SPIRIT OF SAM (S.O.S).
Electric ships and rules are described completely in SAM Speaks #141.
This is a trial special event sponsored by Dick Fischer and was concocted
by Dick with help from some famous rules advisors such as Eut Tileston
Original ignition minute, (ONE MINUTE)
ENGINES AND EQUIPMENT: Please respect the rules for unmodified engines for the Brown Jr., Ohlsson and 1/2A events. Your ball bearing O&R front end can be used in LER, but not in the O&R Special events. Be your own policeman, it promotes good will.
Radios: Anyone possessing
frequency "quick change", (dial-a-crash) radios, please report
to the C.D. for special counseling before flying. Per FCC rules, old wide
band transmitters have not been legal since early 1998. Anyone flying
on HAM frequencies is required to have a valid HAM license in their immediate
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