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MaxMen 2022 flyer

Note that this does not yet have details on how to submit your entry as that is being worked of all the events and it is still subject to CIAM calendar approval.

2022 Bob White Memorial Max Men International
An FAI World Cup and Americas Cup Event
February 17 – 21, 2022
AMA SANCTION 12184

Bissonette Mirage Field, Lost Hills California, USA

 
F1E:    Thursday February 17
        F1E California Cup   Organized and run by SCAT  (Separate Bulletin & Entry)
(7) 1-Hour Rounds + Flyoffs  –  Check-In on Holloway Hill at 9:00 AM   Round 1 Start Time: 10:00 AM

F1G, F1H, F1J and F1S:    Friday February 18
Tie Breaker Espresso Flyoff:  Glide to the Ground  (Not a Regular Round)
Tie Breaker Flyoff Window:  8:00 – 8:30 AM  All Events  (Please help time)
After Flyoff Window:
(5) 1-Hour Rounds + (2) Flyoffs  –  Round 1 Start Time: 9:00 AM
If an event is not complete after (2) Flyoffs, Espresso Flyoff times will determine unresolved places

F1A & F1Q:    Saturday February 19
(7) 1-Hour Rounds + Flyoffs  –  Round 1 Start Time: 8:00 AM
Round 1 & Round 2:   Extended Max 240 Seconds

Americas Cup Banquet:    Saturday February 19 (Tentative)
Max Men Awards 7:15 PM
Dinner and Americas Cup Awards Presentations  –  7:30 PM at Lost Hills Recreation Center

F1B, F1C & F1P:    Sunday February 20
(7) 1-Hour Rounds + Flyoffs  –  Round 1 Start Time: 8:00 AM
Round 1 & Round 2:   Extended Max 240 Seconds

Reserve Day:  Monday February 21

ALL CONTESTANTS FLYING F1A, F1B, F1C, F1E AND F1Q MUST HAVE A CURRENT FAI SPORTING LICENSE

ENTRY INFORMATION WILL FOLLOW SOON
PLEASE DO NOT SEND MONEY AT THIS TIME

For Any Additional Information Please Contact:
Max Men International Contest Director
Bill Booth Jr.
27842 Whisperwood Drive
Menifee, CA  92584    USA
(760) 889-3201 or e-mail:  ffltarch@gmail.com

Lost Hills Motels: 
Motel 6 (661) 797-2346

Days Inn  (661) 797-2371
BE SURE TO TELL DAYS INN YOU WANT THE MODELERS RATE

 


 

Now Where are they ?

From:Peter Becker
Thanks,
Joined NAA and got Sportsman License. USA 12203
So that’s done.
Where do I find a list of other flyers in my area (Seattle North and West?

The Next steps?

Peter
The USA 12203 is you AMA number, if you applied for a FAI Sporting license because you want to take part in a World Cup event, you need follow the steps that Peter Brocks outlines in the previous SEN.  This explains how you can go to the FAI web site and get a copy of you FAI Sporting license that has on it the all important FAI ID. This is needed for participation in the World Cup and is the number that has to be on the wings as referenced in the Sporting Code.

Why the NAA does not give it to you automatically, I do not know but Peter Brocks must have had to figure this out so he is passing this useful piece of “tribal knowledge” for the Sportsmen in the USA. The process in other countries may differ but every FAI License holder world wide  can go the FAI system to get their information.

About the second question on where is the list of people in my area, I do not think that such a  list exists and you probably need to zero in on the classes or events you are particularly interested in.  The best way would be to get in touch with them through the clubs.   A good source of information about active clubs is the contest calendars..  The NFFS publishes a calendar of events their web site  at www.freeflight.org, this has addresses and contact information of events and is a good indication of active organizations.

The only time we publish people’s contact information, including email address is when that is included in a contest announcement or some form advertisement where the reader needs to contact the poster.
There may be a reader who would contact information for active sportsmen in the Pacific North West