WAC unknown sequence

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Alan Murphy
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WAC unknown sequence

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http://www.civa-results.com/2009/WAC09/ ... m%20B).pdf

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HOOO-RENDOUS!

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Ouch :(

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Realy liking Figure 7...
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Post by Glenn »

Was just over their today for the wac, weather was windy, but there were breaks in it. These suited some competitors more than others. The unknown was considered very tough and a few pilots even ended up on the wrong axis from being disorientated. General consensus was that it was really very hard.

Thoroughly enjoyed it today however as got up close to all the competitors aircraft. Wish i could go back again tomorrow, ill just have to follow it online.

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