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d_murph

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Pics from the team trial in Wexford!
« on: July 28, 2008, 21:44:23 PM »
Hi guys. Im new to this forum and I only found out about this site today by an email from Shane. Thanks BTW  8)

I took a few pics at the team trial in between flights (and repairs  :oops: ) last weekend so i uploaded them to imageshack today and here they are...

here's one for you Shane, your model sitting pretty



Stephane Carriers Integral. How can we ever forget watching this man fly. Poetry in motion.........



John Martins biplane, the Amethyst sitting alongside Noel Barret's Azeurit..



another view of these 2 lovely new models..



Jim Howards Astral.......



my own Angels Shadow....



Les Cowpars Pinnacle and Dave Kings Partner.......



a few more pics of the pits area.......







thats a whole lotta models  :shock:



judges on the line, hard at work.....



not sure who owned this Bossanova  :oops:  but i believe it was flown by a local club member at sportsmans class. open to correction here.



a chance to relax after it was all over......



all in all it was a very good weekend. the weather held out and gave the Wexford club a chance to show us their impressive site and equally good hospitality. thanks very much to all  :clap: . i know id be lost up there without all their help, literally lost at times too  :lol:

Kevin Murphy, IRL-4515. F3A tier 2.

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Pics from the team trial in Wexford!
« Reply #1 on: July 29, 2008, 18:28:29 PM »
Quite impressive!

I loved the photos! Thanks for posting them.
Really nice planes, not sure how many pilots were in the event.
But judging by the planes divided by 2 it was quite a few.
..Nando

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« Reply #2 on: July 30, 2008, 00:07:26 AM »
no problem  8)

there was 10 pilots in tier 1 and 8 more in tier 2 of F3A. that and another 3-4 in Masters and Sportsmans class (formerly know as Novice) so it was quite a busy schedule to fit in each day but thankfully we got good weather on both days  :)