2020 FREE FLIGHT FORUM REPORT

2020 FREE FLIGHT FORUM REPORT

2020 FREE FLIGHT FORUM REPORT

The new 2020 Free Flight Forum Report has just been published and once again it contains papers on a wide range of free-flight topics. Look at this lot. How can you resist?

Warps - Right way? Wrong way? What way? - Mike Woodhouse; Moment Arm - A Novel Stability and Control Arrangement - George Seyfang; How Big Should I Build My Next Coupe? - Alan Brocklehurst; Scale Matters - Ivan Taylor; Evgeny Verbitski - An Appreciation - by Mike Fantham, Ken Faux and Peter Watson; Do Freewheelers Drag? - Spencer Willis; The Hammer and the Feather - Aram Schlosberg; The Performance of Rubber Motors - John Gibbings; Gurney Flaps - George Seyfang; Gyros in Free Flight Scale - Ivan Taylor;  A Glass Act - Russell Peers; A Glider for Every Occasion - Stuart Darmon; A Love Letter to the Free Flight Community - Bernard Guest.

The UK price is £12.00 including postage; to Europe it’s £15 and everywhere else £17. Sales of the Forum Reports help to defray the heavy expenses of those representing Great Britain at World and European Free-Flight Championships. Cheques should be payable to ‘BMFA F/F Team Support Fund’ in pounds sterling, drawn on a bank with a UK branch; you may also order by credit card, which is a lot easier (and cheaper).

 

Copies are available from :                     Martin Dilly

                                                            20, Links Road,

                                                            West Wickham,

                                                            Kent,

                                                            BR4 OQW

 

or by phone to: (44) + (0)20-8777-5533, or by e-mail to martindilly20@gmail.com .

 

Very sadly Mike Evatt, who has chaired twenty of the Free Flight Forums, including the one where these papers were presented, died before this year’s Report went to the printers. However Mike Fantham has agreed to chair the Forum the day after the AGM this coming November, so all we need now is you, the free-flight enthusiasts, to offer papers on your own specialities, whether FAI, scale, Vintage or the many domestic contest classes.

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