Event Results

Viva Las Vegas IMAC

Las Vegas Radio Control Club

Saturday, 09/21/2019 - Sunday, 09/22/2019

Score!: StoryWriter

2019LasVegas

Overall, there were 15 pilots flying in the 2019LasVegas contest. In no particular order they were: Charles Zera, Danny Diaz, Gene Mason, Gil Terzo, John Olshavsky, Josh Fassman, Kim Quenette, Michael Marcellin, Randy Wegner, Richard Crutchfield, Ryan Crutchfield, Mike Kissack, Stephen Hamilton, Tim Beghtol and Tony Ronczyd. These pilots flew a grand total of 210 judged sequences.

Josh Fassman won the Basic class. There were 4 pilots in Basic. The winning order was: (1) Josh Fassman, (2) Mike Kissack, (3) Tony Ronczyd and (4) Tim Beghtol. They flew 6 known sequences (3 rounds) and 1 unknown round. The scores ranged from a low of 4,082.2 to a high of 4,941.7 (a range of 859.5 points).

Gil Terzo won the Sportsman class. There were 5 pilots in Sportsman. The winning order was: (1) Gil Terzo, (2) Richard Crutchfield, (3) Danny Diaz, (4) Gene Mason and (5) John Olshavsky. They flew 6 known sequences (3 rounds) and 1 unknown round. The scores ranged from a low of 3,873.1 to a high of 4,960.3 (a range of 1,087.2 points).

Ryan Crutchfield won the Intermediate class. There were 3 pilots in Intermediate. The winning order was: (1) Ryan Crutchfield, (2) Randy Wegner and (3) Charles Zera. They flew 6 known sequences (3 rounds) and 1 unknown round. The scores ranged from a low of 4,663.1 to a high of 4,893.5 (a range of 230.4 points).

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

Kim Quenette won the Unlimited class. There were 2 pilots in Unlimited. The winning order was: (1) Kim Quenette and (2) Stephen Hamilton. They flew 6 known sequences (3 rounds) and 1 unknown round. The scores ranged from a low of 4,762.2 to a high of 5,000 (a range of 237.8 points).

Michael Marcellin won the Seniors class. There were 6 pilots in Seniors. The winning order was: (1) Michael Marcellin, (2) Randy Wegner, (3) Gil Terzo, (4) Danny Diaz, (5) Gene Mason and (6) John Olshavsky. They flew 6 known sequences (3 rounds) and 1 unknown round. The scores ranged from a low of 727.467 to a high of 1,000.000 (a range of 272.533 points).

The tightest competition was for 2nd place in the Sportsman class, with only 18.827 points difference between Richard Crutchfield and Danny Diaz.