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The 1st AnnualBLADE Micro Invitational Challenge
April 13th & 14th 2012
Friday 5:30 ~ 11:00 PM
Saturday 5:30 ~ 11:00 PM
In keeping up with our ever changing times the ETOC committee wanted to make the ETOC a really true indoor world R/C championship. In doing so we have come up with the first annual BLADE Heli Micro Invitational Challenge.
Since the ETOC is the grand daddy of all electric events we thought we would set the bar just a little bit higher by adding micro helicopters to the event to make it a “true” indoor world championship.
This year we will have 8 of the worlds best pilots on Friday night competing for the top 5 places for the Saturday night finals. This year the competition will feature 2 preliminary flights on Friday. One for the required maneuvers and one for freestyle by all 8 pilots before we cut the field to 5 pilots for the Saturday night finale. Saturday night the top 5 pilots will fly 2 rounds . In the event of a tie, the pilots involved will participate in a freestyle fly off, to determine the 2012 BLADE Micro Invitational Challenge champion.
Central Catholic High School
2550 Cherry St.
|2012 BLADE Micro Heli Challenge Competitors|
Here’s the list of all the world class and extremely qualified pilots entered;
|To get into the BLADE Micro Heli Challenge as a competitor|
Pilots for the
BLADE Micro Heli Challenge will be selected by members of the ETOC committee. We
are limiting the number of pilots to (8) eight. Applications must be submitted
to Darrell “Big D’ Bell via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chief Judge: TBA
Computer Scoring: Mark & Cheryl Jorgenson
Event Coordinator: Darrell Bell
|BLADE Micro Heli Challenge Rules and Judging Criteria|
must fly on 2.4gHz to participate in this event!
shall have no more than 45 seconds from the time they are called to fly to
position their helicopter in the landing area ready for flight. On the judges’
signal, the pilot may commence. Each contestant shall have 3 minutes of actual
flying time. Contestants may fly for less time, but the flight must be at least
2 minutes and 30 seconds to be scored, those who exceed the time limit shall
receive a scoring penalty for every second they exceed the limit. Penalties are
explained below. Each pilot gets two preliminary flights on Saturday one for the
required maneuvers and one for the freestyle. The top five pilots will advance
top the final round on Sunday and each of the finalists will fly two flights in
the final round. In the event of a tie, the pilots involved will participate in
a freestyle fly off, to determine the winner.
pilot must incorporate three required maneuvers into a three minute routine the
maneuvers for this years’ contest are;
pilot must perform a three minute flight routine to music.
will be awarded to the top 3 finishers. Prize amounts will be announced at the
State/Province, zip code:
Make and Model:
Make and Model:
PLEASE E-mail to email@example.com
competition is limited to micro sized helicopters (i.e. 300 class helis and
span of less than 24 inches measured tip to tip
total weight of 15.9 ounces (including battery)
power output of 200 watts
Maximum 370 class motor (any type)