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2015 Basic Written Call Sheet

Discussion in 'IMAC>>>Aircraft, Techniques, Equipment, etc.' started by PaPa-Doc, Oct 21, 2014.

   
  1. PaPa-Doc

    PaPa-Doc New to GSN!

    Is anyone aware of a written call sheet for the 2015 Basic Sequences?  We had them for the 2014 Basic and Sportsmen Sequences but I don't know who developed them or where we got them.  Any info would be much appreciated.
     
  2. for some reason the site is not letting me upload a pdf file but if you want send me a private message with your email address and I will be more then happy to forward you the one I just wrote up for the 2015 basic.  I will also write up the other classes as well. 
     
  3. PaPa-Doc

    PaPa-Doc New to GSN!

    Thanks Kevin.  I sent you a request.
     
  4. sevenrc

    sevenrc New to GSN!

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    Kevin have also sent you a request. Thanks
     
  5. -Rick-

    -Rick- 70cc twin V2

    I have also sent you a request. Thanks!!
     

  6. I have most of the other classes written out but it looks like I can not upload here on GSN for everyone so I will also make them available on our website (www.jtecrc.com) once I get them done and double checked.  Also some of the other classes have some directional things based on wind so I will make versions that show directions as well.
     
  7. ExtraJohn

    ExtraJohn 70cc twin V2

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  8. Robotech

    Robotech 70cc twin V2

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    You'll have it memorized after 5 or 6 practice flights, trust me, you will. A caller is helpful in the meantime and definitely a must during a contest. With the combination of nervousness and extreme concentration on each maneuver during a contest flight, you will sometimes, not often, just forget where the hell you are in the sequence. At least I do. A good caller will save your butt.
     
  9. It may be easier to learn a couple maneuvers at a time. get them down and then add another until you can pretty much fly a sequence.  But like robotech said. When you step up to the plate you forget everything!!  LOL  That's why you get a caller!!!

    Ask me how I know!!  LOL

     

    Al
     
  10. ExtraJohn

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