Inter Club Rules.
The third Saturday of each month we
fly a task in the direction, Cunderdin air, Narrogin silo, Narrogin Air,
Beverley, Cunderdin. Starting at the individuals club.
Starting on October through to
Should the day be considered
suitable the task may be increased by adding an additional turning point. The
additional turning point will confirmed by GCWA by 10:15 a.m. If no telephone
call then the standard task will be assumed.
Gliders will be handicapped by the
club class handicap.
Should the pilot wish to fly with
water there will be an additional handicap of 5%.
The pilot has the choice as to fly
wet or dry, but is deemed to be flying wet if he LAUNCHES wet.
The scoring will be based around
the state speed task scoring, with a cut off point of 500 points, should the
pilot get round. (This is to encourage novice pilots who will score
substantially for the very act of flying.)
There will be two competitions run,
the individual competition where the best 4 flights are scored over the season
The team score will be run in the
following manner. The scores for the day will be cumulated for the day and the
leading team will score 5 points, second 4 points and third 3 points.
The points will be cumulated over
the season to give the winner. (The reason for this is to keep the competition
close throughout the season. It hopefully will also encourage a club to at least
send one pilot out, in so doing so will gain suitable points.)
Each club will e-mail James Cooper firstname.lastname@example.org
with their details consisting of Pilot name, glider type, wet or dry and time,
within the week.
Should a pilot decide to cut short
their flight they will be scored 90% of the total flight length. E.G. if a pilot
flies from Beverley / Cunderdin / Alderside / Beverley he will be scored that
distance * 90% The minimum distance that will score will be handicap distance of
Should the wind be forecast to be
greater or equal to 25 knots in the 0-3000ft on area 60 for any time in the
expected duration of the task the competition will be cancelled.
14) Turning sectors are Thistles with 500m radius circles. Start and finishing will be 1km radius circles. All flight times will use these features.