Event Results

Gold Rush Challenge

Tokay RC Modelers

Saturday, 08/03/2019 - Sunday, 08/04/2019

Score!: StoryWriter

2019 Tokay Gold Rush Challenge

Overall, there were 16 pilots flying in the 2019 Tokay Gold Rush Challenge contest. In no particular order they were: Chuck Taylor, Conrad Nerdahl, Dale Grant, Dan Nolan, Danny Diaz, David Buhrman, Don Brown, Gary Lubbers, Gene Mason, James Doyle, Joe De Renzi, Mark Huntley, Matthew Morell, Mervin Ory, Roger Compton and Scott Nathan. These pilots flew a grand total of 224 judged sequences.

Dan Nolan won the Basic class. There were 6 pilots in Basic. The winning order was: (1) Dan Nolan, (2) Conrad Nerdahl, (3) Dale Grant, (4) James Doyle, (5) Roger Compton and (6) Scott Nathan. They flew 6 known sequences (3 rounds) and 1 unknown round. The scores ranged from a low of 4,420.6 to a high of 4,934.7 (a range of 514.1 points).

David Buhrman won the Sportsman class. There were 6 pilots in Sportsman. The winning order was: (1) David Buhrman, (2) Danny Diaz, (3) Don Brown, (4) Mark Huntley, (5) Gene Mason and (6) Gary Lubbers. They flew 6 known sequences (3 rounds) and 1 unknown round. The scores ranged from a low of 4,453.4 to a high of 4,968.6 (a range of 515.2 points).

Chuck Taylor won the Intermediate class. There were 2 pilots in Intermediate. The winning order was: (1) Chuck Taylor and (2) Mervin Ory. They flew 6 known sequences (3 rounds) and 1 unknown round. The scores ranged from a low of 4,632.7 to a high of 5,000 (a range of 367.3 points).

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

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

Don Brown won the Seniors class. There were 7 pilots in Seniors. The winning order was: (1) Don Brown, (2) Danny Diaz, (3) Mark Huntley, (4) Joe De Renzi, (5) Gene Mason, (6) James Doyle and (7) Gary Lubbers. They flew 6 known sequences (3 rounds) and 1 unknown round. The scores ranged from a low of 897.385 to a high of 1,000.000 (a range of 102.615 points).

The tightest competition was for 1st place in the Basic class, with only 0.960 points difference between Dan Nolan and Conrad Nerdahl.