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Kotuku Results

    Kotuku Cup                2020
OCT  10&11          Brian Van Nest CD

F1A                   FAI Number  ID NUMBER   Rnd1 Rnd2 Rnd3 Rnd4 Rnd5 Rnd6 Rnd7 FO1  FO2    FO3 FO4     TOTAL

1  Jim Parker        USA N89015         10152  240  180  180  180  180  180  180  300  420 426   2466
2  Enes Pecenkovic   BIHF120           100847  240  180  180  180  180  180  180  300  420       2405
3  Sholomi RosenzweigUSA 1009245        16314  240  180  180  180  180  180  180  300  420       2388
4  Mike McKeever     USA 89734          25476  240  180  180  180  180  180  180                 1485
5  Brian VanNest     USA23122                  240  180  180  180  180  167                      1307
6  Guy Goldstein     USA1142291        114165  218  180  180  180  180  180                      1298
7  Ken Bauer         USA30748          127812  240  180  180  180  180  180                      1289
8  Noa Goldstein                               240  137  180  180  180  180                      1277JR
9  Attn Goldstein                              240  105  140  180  180  180                     1205JR
10 Jasminka PecenkoviBIH F121          100848  155  105  180  180  180  180                     1160
11 Liad Friedman                               240  180  180  146   61  180                     1083JR
12 Peter Brocks      USA 84018          25511    0  180  101  117  180  180                      938
13 Pierre Brun                                 218  180  180  180  123    0                      881

F1B                               ID NUMBER   Rnd1 Rnd2 Rnd3 Rnd4 Rnd5 Rnd6 Rnd7 FO1  FO2      TOTAL
1  Sevak Malhkasian  USA 879795                240  180  180  180  180  180  180  300  376    1996
2  Blake Jensen      USA 35000          25506  240  180  180  180  180  180  180  300  363    1983     389
3  Larry Norval      USA17628          112644  240  180  180  180  180  180  180  300  363    1983     301
4  Walt Ghio         USA 15325          25464  240  180  180  180  180  180  180  300  333    1953
5  Michael Davis     USA 6143           25512  240  180  180  180  180  180  180  300  311    1931
6  Tiffany Odell                               240  180  180  180  180  180  180  300  249    1869
7  Tomar Obligenarz                            240  180  180  180  180  180  180  268          1588
8  Bill Booth        USA47079           25503  240  180  180  180  180  180  180  215         1535
9  Jerry Fitch                                 240  180  180  180  180  100  145              1205
10 Ittai Kohavi                                186  180  180  180   97  180  180              1183Jr
11Skylar Donnelly                             240  129   93  180  180  156  180              1158Jr

F!C                               ID NUMBER   Rnd1 Rnd2 Rnd3 Rnd4 Rnd5 Rnd6 Rnd7 FO1  FO2  FO3   FO4
none                                                                                                                                                                                                                  

F1Q                               ID NUMBER   Rnd1 Rnd2 Rnd3 Rnd4 Rnd5 Rnd6 Rnd7      TOTAL
1  Ben Tarcher                                 240  180  180  180  180  180  180     1320
2Jack Murphy                                 195  180  180  180   77  180  180     1172

F1G                                           Rnd1 Rnd2 Rnd3 Rnd4 Rnd5                     TOTAL
1  Jerry Fitch                                 120  120  120  120  120            179       779
2  Tiffany Odell                               120  120  120  120  120            150       750
3  Peter Brocks                                20  120  120  120  120             21       621
4  Kurt VanNest                           4                                                  4

F1H
Rnd1 Rnd2 Rnd3 Rnd4 Rnd5            TOTAL
1  Jim Parker                                  120  120  120  120  120           600
2Blake Jenson                                120   99  120  120   81           540

0

F!J                                           Rnd1 Rnd2 Rnd3 Rnd4 Rnd5         TOTAL
1Mike McKeever                               120  120  120  120   86         566
2Dave Johannes                                 0   67  120  120   67         374

F1S                                           Rnd1 Rnd2 Rnd3 Rnd4 Rnd5          TOTAL
1Jack Murphy                                 120  120  120  120  120          600
2Larry Norvall                                 0  120  120   88  120          448
3Ben Tarcxher                                 13  110   24   83  120          350
F1P none


    F1E
Kotuku 2020
NAME        CTRY   LICENSID NUMActual seconds score for  each round
180     156     180     180     180 SUMPT
1  Jack GreeninUSA                     137     156     152     144     128
59.44%  72.44% 100.00% 100.00%  86.11% 417.99%
2  Peter BrocksUSA     84018 25511     106      77     150     105     150
76.11% 100.00%  84.44%  80.00%  71.11% 411.66%
3  Fred TerzianUSA       137 90048     180     109     160     143     129
100.00%  69.87%  88.89%  79.44%  71.67% 409.87%
4  Mike McKeeveUSA                      93     103     119     176     180
51.67%  66.03%  66.11%  97.78% 100.00% 381.59%
5  Jerry Fitch USA                      74      58     180     180      47
41.11%  37.18% 100.00% 100.00%  26.11% 304.40%
6  Kurt VanNestUSA                      85     104     101     102      96
47.22%  66.67%  56.11%  56.67%  53.33% 280.00%
7  Ben Tarcher USA                      44      81      79      21      66
24.44%  51.92%  43.89%  11.67%  36.67% 168.59%


 

Covering Suggestion 1

lightweight covering
From:Salzer

For a scale / semiscale project like the Minimoa you would probably like a classical look.

Most of the weight, however, comes not from the covering material, but from the finish – be it just weatherprofing, or optical effects.

The lightest (IMO) is the silverized plastic as often used on F1B tailplanes. but I would be horrified to have a Minimoa in silver – sorry. It does not stand up to abuse well.

Jap tissue (8 or 12g/dm²) is second. To have it really weatherproof it needs a lot of dope which decides the final resulting weight. and the doped tissue gets brittle with age.

I would recommend Polyspan (15 or 20g/dm²), which can be weatherproofed with very little dope (2 coates 50% thinned), and does not get brittle with age. I have FF planes nearly 40 years old with the original covering still in good shape, and my F1B tailplanes are not too heavy either.

Silk(or synthetic cloth), of course, would have the perfect optic,but certainly would weigh more.
Hope that will help:
regards
Klaus Salzer from Austria


Covering Suggestion 2

From:Chaussebourg

May I suggest polyester papier or light Ikarex
Pierre