Event Results

Remote Possibilities St George IMAC

Remote Possibilities

Saturday, 04/30/2022 - Sunday, 05/01/2022

Overall, there were 15 pilots flying in the NoName (see File/Preferences) contest. In no particular order they were: Alex Dreiling, Brandon Reimschiissel, Daniel Nipkow, Gil Terzo, Jacob Campbell, Jacques Telles, Joe Kirton, Jeff Worsham, John Olshavsky, Jon Ridpath, Josh Fassman, Kim Quenette, Mel Nipkow, Michael Marcellin and Randy Wegner. These pilots flew a grand total of 210 judged sequences.

Joe Kirton won the Basic class. There was 1 pilot in Basic. The winning order was: (1) Joe Kirton. He flew 6 known sequences (3 rounds) and 1 unknown round.

Josh Fassman won the Sportsman class. There were 4 pilots in Sportsman. The winning order was: (1) Josh Fassman, (2) Gil Terzo, (3) John Olshavsky and (4) Jon Ridpath. They flew 6 known sequences (3 rounds) and 1 unknown round. The scores ranged from a low of 3,694.3 to a high of 5,000 (a range of 1,305.7 points).

Jeff Worsham won the Intermediate class. There were 3 pilots in Intermediate. The winning order was: (1) Jeff Worsham, (2) Brandon Reimschiissel and (3) Daniel Nipkow. They flew 6 known sequences (3 rounds) and 1 unknown round. The scores ranged from a low of 4,194.7 to a high of 4,947.6 (a range of 752.9 points).

Jacob Campbell won the Advanced class. There were 4 pilots in Advanced. The winning order was: (1) Jacob Campbell, (2) Michael Marcellin, (3) Jacques Telles and (4) Randy Wegner. They flew 6 known sequences (3 rounds) and 1 unknown round. The scores ranged from a low of 1,627.3 to a high of 4,944.8 (a range of 3,317.5 points).

Kim Quenette won the Unlimited class. There were 3 pilots in Unlimited. The winning order was: (1) Kim Quenette, (2) Mel Nipkow and (3) Alex Dreiling. They flew 6 known sequences (3 rounds) and 1 unknown round. The scores ranged from a low of 4,603.5 to a high of 5,000 (a range of 396.5 points).

Michael Marcellin won the Seniors class. There were 7 pilots in Seniors. The winning order was: (1) Michael Marcellin, (2) Jeff Worsham, (3) Jacques Telles, (4) Gil Terzo, (5) John Olshavsky, (6) Daniel Nipkow and (7) Randy Wegner. They flew 6 known sequences (3 rounds) and 1 unknown round. The scores ranged from a low of 321.396 to a high of 1,000.000 (a range of 678.604 points).

The tightest competition was for 1st place in the Advanced class, with only 45.217 points difference between Jacob Campbell and Michael Marcellin.