Event Results

18th Annual Columbus IMAC Challenge

Westerville Model Aeronautics Association

Saturday, 05/26/2018 - Sunday, 05/27/2018

18th Annual Columbus IMAC Challenge May 27-28, 2018

Overall, there were 13 pilots flying in the 18th Annual Columbus IMAC Challenge May 27-28, 2018 contest. In no particular order they were: Bert Garrison, Greg Hladky, Jeff Reigltard, Kurt Koelling, Louis Matustik, Mike Duggan, Paul Deppe, Perry Van Meter, Ray Morton, Ron Graham, Terry Pellerin, Toby Silhavy and Will Berninger. These pilots flew a grand total of 276 judged sequences.

Perry Van Meter won the Basic class. There was 1 pilot in Basic. The winning order was: (1) Perry Van Meter. He flew 8 known sequences (4 rounds).

Paul Deppe won the Sportsman class. There were 4 pilots in Sportsman. The winning order was: (1) Paul Deppe, (2) Bert Garrison, (3) Jeff Reigltard and (4) Greg Hladky. They flew 10 known sequences (5 rounds) and 1 unknown round. The scores ranged from a low of 0.7 to a high of 0.8 (a range of 0.1 points).

Mike Duggan won the Intermediate class. There were 3 pilots in Intermediate. The winning order was: (1) Mike Duggan, (2) Terry Pellerin and (3) Ron Graham. They flew 10 known sequences (5 rounds) and 1 unknown round. The scores ranged from a low of 0.5 to a high of 0.8 (a range of 0.2 points).

Toby Silhavy won the Advanced class. There was 1 pilot in Advanced. The winning order was: (1) Toby Silhavy. He flew 8 known sequences (4 rounds) and 1 unknown round.

Kurt Koelling won the Unlimited class. There were 4 pilots in Unlimited. The winning order was: (1) Kurt Koelling, (2) Will Berninger, (3) Ray Morton and (4) Louis Matustik. They flew 10 known sequences (5 rounds) and 1 unknown round. The scores ranged from a low of 0.8 to a high of 0.9 (a range of 0.1 points).

Ray Morton won the Seniors class. There were 5 pilots in Seniors. The winning order was: (1) Ray Morton, (2) Paul Deppe, (3) Bert Garrison, (4) Jeff Reigltard and (5) Greg Hladky. They flew 10 known sequences (5 rounds) and 1 unknown round. The scores ranged from a low of 0.7 to a high of 0.8 (a range of 0.1 points).

The tightest competition was for 3rd place in the Sportsman class, with only 0 points difference between Jeff Reigltard and Greg Hladky.