Event Report – Warrnambool, March 2024


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Class – FA1

1st Glenn Matthews
2nd Brian Steele
3rd Andrew Davies

Fastest Time (Red Box): 64.47 Tom Wetherill.
No. of competitors: 5

Class – F3T

1st Brian Steele
2nd Jim Orenshaw
3rd Glenn Matthews

Fastest Time (Red Box): 64.21 Brian Steele.
No. of competitors: 10

Class – Q500

1st John Schmidli
2nd Jim Orenshaw
3rd Gary Davidson

Fastest Time (Red Box): 95.58 John Schmidli
No. of competitors: 8

Season Championship


Being the second event for the championship and with some competitors not able to attend, the top 3 places have completely changed from last month.

1st – Glenn Matthews
2nd – Brian Steele
3rd – Andrew Davies


Again, with competitors unable to attend, the top two places have completely changed, with Andrew Davies retaining his third place.

1st – Brian Steele
2nd – Jim Orenshaw
3rd – Andrew Davies


John Schmidli and Jim Orenshaw are on equal points, but John attains the top spot on average times per race. Gary Davidson has moved up from 6th to 3rd place.

1st – John Schmidli
2nd – Jim Orenshaw
3rd – Gary Davidson

Next Class Race – Western Port – Q500 & Sports (Come Try) Race.

March 17 @ Westernport Model Aircraft Club. Racing starts at 10 am. Come with enough time to setup and test fly prior.
Website: www.wpmac.com.au
Location: Woolleys Road, Crib Point VIC. Melway Map Ref 165C8.

Next 3 Class Race (F3D, F3T & Q500) – Hamilton, April 20-21.

A heap of new races has been added to the calendar, so make sure you put them in your diary. These are not to be missed.


Report  – John Schmidli.
Photos – John Schmidli & Tom Wetherill.

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