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  1. Kiwi F1E World Cup – 2019
  2. North American World Cup – 2019
KIWI –     NEW ZEALAND –     F1E WORLD CUP FEBRUARY 11, 2019
THE EIGHTEENTH F1E ISAACSON WINTER CLASSIC

PLACE: Holloway Hill, 1.5 miles SE of Bissonette Mirage Field parking, Lost Hills, California – coordinates 35.655°N, 119.787°W. Hill is accessible by car.
SCHEDULE: Five (5) SO-minute rounds with 10 minute breaks

9:00 am Arrival on Holloway Hill                                                       ),

1st  Round   10:00-10.50
2nd  Round 11:00-11:50
3ro Round  12:00 –  12:50
4th Round 13:00 -13:50
5th Round  14:00 – 14:50
Fly-off to be announced

AWARDS: 1st through 3rd place awards after completion of contest
EVENT DIRECTOR F1E KIWI CUP: Peter Brocks                                                                                             brocksarizona@cox.net HEAD JURIST F1E KIWI CUP: Henning Nyhegn, Denmark
NOTE: FAI Sporting License and AMA membership required.
2019 FAI Sporting Code will apply.
Timers will not be provided. Please team up for timing – time one, fly one. This is also an America’s Cup contest.
In case of inclement weather reserve days are Feb. 12 or 14
HOLLOWAY HILL: This hill was made from overburden when excavating gypsum from the pit. The vertical distance from the hill to the pit floor is approx.. 34m (111ft).

The Toronto Free Flight Group
Presents the 2019
North American Cup
An FAI World & America’s Cup & Team Championship

Dates: Wednesday, February 13th 2019 with Thursday February 14th as reserve day
Place:  Bissonette Mirage Field, Lost Hills, CA USA
Events: Individual F1A, F1B, F1C, F1Q & 3 Person Team F1A, B & C (Teams can be mixed nationalities)
Entry Fees:  $30.00 for F1A, F1B, F1C, F1Q – Team entry included in fee
Juniors free all events!

AMA liaison CD: Brian Van Nest
Co-Organizer: Peter Allnutt: 527 Philippine St, Taft CA USA +1(661) 763-5039
Organizer: Tony Mathews: 11233 Hwy 118, Haliburton, Ontario, Canada K0M2S0  +1(705) 854-0698 (cell)
E-mail: tmathews180@gmail.com

Wednesday February 13th
F1A/B/C/Q Round 1 8:00 am – 9:00 am.     Rnd 1: 240 sec max F1A/B/C 180 sec max F1Q
Round 2 9:00 am – 10:00 am
Round 3 10:00 am – 11:00 pm  180 sec round 2 4, round 5 240 sec (weather permitting)
Round 4 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Round 5 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

F1A/B/C Fly-offs start earliest 3:30 pm to 6:00 p.m. Latest (weather permitting – or Sunrise Thursday morning)
Trophies for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place F1A, F1B & F1C & F1Q. Medals for 1st, 2ndand 3rd place Teams.
Medals for top Junior in each event also! Champagne and snacks will be available Wednesday evening starting at 6:30 pm. Final awards ceremony will be after the final flyoffs.
(Sunrise for Feb 13th – 6:48 am Sunset – 5:39 pm)

Deviations from the FAI sporting code and special instructions:
Competitors MUST provide their own timekeepers. Round 5 max time will be 240 sec or less depending on the weather conditions. Fly-off Max times and start time will be decided on the day by the Jury depending on the weather.
Team scores will be decided by the total time of the 3 contestants including flyoff times (ie: not as per the sporting code).
Note: A Starting “area” will be utilized without pole positions (depending on entry numbers)
Link to the pre entry form (Cut and paste it into your browser): https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScm5UOS_5EqqzLQ_gVAy2E73hUT_SGWdkJrUMPcMoUCGPndqg/viewform

Entry fees to be paid on the field before Feb 13th (someone will be available to take entries on the field on Tuesday Feb 13th from 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm) Note: it will be possible to pay for as many Fab Feb competitions as desired on the field starting Feb 08th 2019