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24th Annual Texoma IMAC Challenge -10/24/2020 -- 10/25/2020

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  • 24th Annual Texoma IMAC Challenge -10/24/2020 -- 10/25/2020

    I know it is a month out guys but with food prep and being that this is the RPS finish for what turned out to be with circumstances in place a pretty good season. Really need to plan for attendance so if you have not signed up and plan to attend can you please do so? You can sign up HERE.

    As you know traditionally we normally provide that Doug and Rosie's Brisket dinner for everyone, we will be watching the weather and temps. If we end up with a 2018 and 20 something windchill weekend, we will transition meal to a Stew and warm the body and soul meal!

    With all the curves 2020 has thrown us, let's put a bright cap on the 2020 season with a party to include some flying!!

    Contact me directly at information below with any questions or needs you may have. As always field is open for practice on Friday. Camping with 110 only is available.
    Doug Pilcher
    IMAC President
    [email protected]
    (903)647-2640

  • #2
    I will be there!
    Rich
    Krzy4RC
    #IAmIMAC
    SCRD/Newsletter Editor

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    • #3
      And now Rosie Pilcher is telling me homemade Clam Chowder as well!
      Doug Pilcher
      IMAC President
      [email protected]
      (903)647-2640

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      • #4
        Ill be there Thursday as Doug's official 'GOFER"
        Last edited by Doug Pilcher; 09-23-2020, 10:42 AM.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Daniel Powell View Post
          Ill be there Thursday as Doug's official 'GOFER"
          Doug Pilcher
          IMAC President
          [email protected]
          (903)647-2640

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Doug Pilcher View Post
            And now Rosie Pilcher is telling me homemade Clam Chowder as well!
            This sounds AWESOME

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            • #7
              Only 4 snooze buttons away, Gonna Be a great Event.

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              • #8

                24th Annual Texoma IMAC Challenge IRPS Finish

                Overall, there were 27 pilots flying in the 24th Annual Texoma IMAC Challenge contest. In no particular order they were: Allen Delger, Amanda Darling, Bjorn Baal, Brad Ahlfinger, Brian Christensen, Chris Shockley, Cooper Eaton, Dan Powell, David Herron, Greg Dial, James Barfield, James Tatum, Jason Watts, Jonathan Chippeaux, Ken Rogers, Kent Shockley, Larry Kayich, Mark Thurman, Nick Scharping, Rhett Lambert, Rich Whitlow, Rudy Voldrich, Sam Corlett, Samuel F Corlett, Tim Hughes, Trevor Anderson and Wilton Stewart . These pilots flew a grand total of 329 judged sequences.

                Cooper Eaton won the Basic class. There were 11 pilots in Basic. The winning order was: (1) Cooper Eaton, (2) Ken Rogers, (3) Brian Christensen, (4) Bjorn Baal, (5) Brad Ahlfinger, (6) Jason Watts, (7) James Barfield, (8) Kent Shockley, (9) Wilton Stewart , (10) James Tatum and (11) Amanda Darling. They flew 6 known sequences (3 rounds). The scores ranged from a low of 2,495 to a high of 4,000 (a range of 1,505 points).

                Chris Shockley won the Sportsman class. There were 5 pilots in Sportsman. The winning order was: (1) Chris Shockley, (2) Trevor Anderson, (3) Sam Corlett, (4) Samuel F Corlett and (5) Larry Kayich. They flew 6 known sequences (3 rounds). The scores ranged from a low of 3,479.7 to a high of 3,999.3 (a range of 519.6 points).

                Tim Hughes won the Intermediate class. There were 6 pilots in Intermediate. The winning order was: (1) Tim Hughes, (2) Jonathan Chippeaux, (3) Rich Whitlow, (4) Nick Scharping, (5) Allen Delger and (6) Mark Thurman. They flew 6 known sequences (3 rounds). The scores ranged from a low of 3,376.2 to a high of 4,000 (a range of 623.8 points).

                Rhett Lambert won the Advanced class. There were 5 pilots in Advanced. The winning order was: (1) Rhett Lambert, (2) Greg Dial, (3) Rudy Voldrich, (4) David Herron and (5) Dan Powell. They flew 6 known sequences (3 rounds). The scores ranged from a low of 3,348.1 to a high of 4,000 (a range of 651.9 points).

                Sam Corlett won the Seniors class. There were 5 pilots in Seniors. The winning order was: (1) Sam Corlett, (2) Larry Kayich, (3) Rudy Voldrich, (4) Allen Delger and (5) Mark Thurman. They flew 6 known sequences (3 rounds). The scores ranged from a low of 827.150 to a high of 1,000.000 (a range of 172.850 points).

                Jonathan Chippeaux won the Freestyle class. There were 5 pilots in Freestyle. The winning order was: (1) Jonathan Chippeaux, (2) Rhett Lambert, (3) Samuel F Corlett, (4) Nick Scharping and (5) Brian Christensen. They flew 1 freestyle round. The scores ranged from a low of 864.9 to a high of 1,000 (a range of 135.1 points).

                The tightest competition was for 1st place in the Freestyle class, with only 9 points difference between Jonathan Chippeaux and Rhett Lambert.

                http://www.mini-iac.org/Event-Results/EVT/964
                Doug Pilcher
                IMAC President
                [email protected]
                (903)647-2640

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                • #9
                  Wanted to get you guys and gal the C2P (Closest to Perfection) results as well. This was a fun Bennett Style race we held at South Central IRPS finish. And was interesting as to the rankings. NOT ALWAYS the Upper Class guys who walk away with these races as you can see. When you are unable to remove drops the rankings change dramatically. See and compare for yourselves. Congratulations "Eaton Cooper" on this achievement!


                  Closest To Perfection Sherman 2020 Post.pdf

                  Last edited by Doug Pilcher; 10-31-2020, 04:57 AM.
                  Doug Pilcher
                  IMAC President
                  [email protected]
                  (903)647-2640

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Doug Pilcher View Post
                    Wanted to get you guys and gal the C2P (Closest to Perfection) results as well. This was a fun Bennett Style race we held at South Central IRPS finish. And was interesting as to the rankings. NOT ALWAYS the Upper Class guys who walk away with these races as you can see. When you are unable to remove drops the rankings change dramatically. See and compare for yourselves. Congratulations "Eaton Cooper" on this achievement!


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                    Thanks Doug for all that you do.

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