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    Standard IMAC format with Basic, Sportsman, Intermediate, Advance, and Unlimited classes. Certificate awards through 3rd place in each class. No freestyle contest but freestyle demonstrations are welcomed and appreciated. Registration 8am Saturday. Wheels up 9am. Field open for practice and set up on Friday.

    Article By roxberrym | 05-24-2021 11:00 AM

    The Mid-Michigan IMAC contest is just a few weeks away! As one of the longest-running IMAC contests in the North Central Region, the Mid-Michigan is the must-attend event of the summer. .

    The Jackson RC Club invites you to join us for a great weekend of aerobatic fun and friendship. The announcement and flyer are on the IMAC website for additional information and to pre-register. Pre-registration is appreciated so we can adequately plan for our concession stand.

    As usual, Ms. Pam will have her delicious sloppy joes and all the fixin’s. Saturday evening dinner will be at a local favorite eatery- The Hunt Club. Great food, great libations, reasonable prices and great fun.

    Support your North Central contests so we can continue to hold great local events throughout our region. Your support is needed. The Mid-Michigan is a great contest for novice and basic pilots! A casual, no stress pace with lots of support from talented, experienced pilots.

    We could use more pilots in every class but especially in ADVANCE AND UNLIMITED.

    Make your plans now to attend the Mid-Michigan IMAC Contest, Jackson, Michigan, JUNE 26-27, 2021. Pete Dillon field will be open on Friday, June 25 for practice. You’ll have a great time, Guaranteed!!

    Mike R.

  • #2
    Always a terrific contest with a great CD (and friend). Sadly will not be able to cross the border. Two years in a row that I cannot be there, not to mention sloppy joe withdrawal !! Will miss this one badly.


    • #3
      Who remembers this Mid-Michigan Contest from 2007?

      Rob Weismiller 5932.48
      Ben Brock 5736.41
      Steve Carmer 5670.53
      Dan Bregar 5593.75
      Larry Noren 5194.81
      Cliff Bailey 4707.70
      Jim Daly 4228.40

      Curtis Cozier 6795.49
      Randy Claypool 6758.15
      Rick Kroeze 6717.64
      John Wing 6631.73
      Eric Wienczak 6226.77
      Ed Rogala 5821.61
      Michael Roxberry 5396.62
      Tom Villhauer 5371.00
      Michael Sotomayor 5191.42
      Vince Bodde 4773.81


      Mike Bargman 7000.00
      Lance Johnson 6483.47
      Woody Reymolds 6298.48
      Joe DiDia 6082.26
      Frank Morrissey 5859.23

      Brent Bilman 6809.32
      Larry Arseneau 6715.21
      Stacy Lloyd 6707.35
      Joe Utasi 6573.36
      Jim Gatewood 5750.44
      Kevin Reinhart 5749.46
      Bob Hudson 5444.82

      Kurt Koelling 7000.00
      Will Berninger 6622.33
      Cam McCausey 6434.27
      Brian Sanik 5876.17
      Wow, the Jackson RC Club field was sure filled with pilots that weekend. Would love to see those days again. We just have to keep working at it. Come to the Mid-Michigan this year. We’ll have a great time.
      Mike R.


      • #4
        How did you manage so many pilots? Two flight lines? Or three? Would be pretty cool to see that level of participation.


        • #5
          I’m sure we had two flight lines. Cars and pop-ups from one end of the field to the other.Loved every minute of it.
          Mike R.


          • #6
            How about back in 2016 when we had 16 pilots in Sportsman alone! I still feel bad for those judges, haha. Looking forward to this contest as always. Great to see so many basic pilots signed up. I expect that we will see a few more before the contest rolls around.

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            • #7
              I remember judging the Sportsman Unknowns on the Sunday morning and it was blistering hot and looking right into the sun. That was a lot of pilots, just like the Nat's many moons ago.