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Contest Eurotour and GPS Triangle World Masters @ Vapava, Slovenia

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  • Contest Eurotour and GPS Triangle World Masters @ Vapava, Slovenia

    Event by - RC Scale Soaring Worldwide on Saturday, August 8 2015

    GPS Triangle World Masters will be organized on the modeling field in Vipava, where all pilots are welcome to fly without safety zones for free through the whole year. Organization director is Mr. David Marc, president of RC Club MD Ventus.

    Camping on the field is not allowed and since there is a lot of activity on our modeling field, please contact Jure Marc on, he will also provide you all information about accommodations.

    From 3. 8. 2015 there will be organized camp for competitors. Flying at your own risk and in your own organization will be possible.

    For GPS Triangle World Masters organizer will provide all infrastructure and field equipment as described above. There will also be speakers and a board for results. Pilot with a towing airplane model will be available for the competition. For more information about towing you can contact Matej Puntar at:

    Minimum 20 competitors together in both classes are needed for organizer to organize event.

    It will be possible to buy cold drinks and to order hot meals (lunch and dinner) for competitors and helpers/supporters through the whole competition. Thematic evenings and Banquet with local specialties will be organized.

    Shops and market are in city Vipava, only 2 kilometers away.

    There will be no qualifications for World Championship; all competitors with models according the
    current rules are welcome to participate!
    8. 8. – 9. 8. 2015 GPS Contest
    9. 8. 2015 Opening ceremony for GPS Triangle World Masters
    10. 8. 2015 Model processing, beginning of GPS Triangle World Masters
    12. 8. 2015 Free day
    15. 8. 2015 End of GPS Triangle World Masters, prize giving ceremony and banquet
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