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    NTxPylonRacing.org 2013 Race Schedule

    Howdy Pylon Racers!

    The North Texas Pylon Racing Organization is proud to announce the Pylon Race Schedule for 2013.

    All six races will fly Club-40 racers with Q-25 Racers.
    We use a 400 foot, 2 Pylon Course.
    We will be alternating heats between Q-25/C-40 & EF-1's.
    Registration starts at 10 AM, Pilot's Meeting at 11 AM, 1st Heat about 11:30 AM
    Registration Fee is $20 to include Lunch.

    1st Race: April 6th, Richardson RC Club Field, Rain Date: April 20th.
    2nd Race: May 18th, Ft. Worth Thunderbirds RC Club Field, Rain Date: June 1st.
    3rd Race: June 29th, Golden Triangle RC Club Field, Rain Date: July 13th.
    4th Race: Sept. 7th, Richardson RC Club Field, Rain Date: Sept. 21st.
    5th Race: Oct. 26th, Golden Triangle RC Club Field, Rain Date: Nov. 2nd.
    6th Race: Nov. 16th, Ft. Worth T'Birds RC Club Field, Rain Date: Nov. 30th.

    For more information, see our Web Site: www.ntxpylonracing.org or: www.rcflightdeck.com.

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    RE: NTxPylonRacing.org 2013 Race Schedule

    Thanks for the early scheduling there Sarge! You will be getting some Georgetown GAMA racers up your way!

    Gary
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    RE: NTxPylonRacing.org 2013 Race Schedule


    ORIGINAL: SargeUSMC
    All six races will fly Club-40 racers with Q-25 Racers.
    Just for clarification, we will fly the C-40's in the SAME heats as the Q-25. It will not be separate events. We have found from experience that they are essentially the same in performance. The Q-25's are faster in the straights but the C-40's do better in the turns and it pretty much evens them out. It really depends on the pilot, which is what we want anyway.
    Gary James
    AMA CD 68845, NMPRA 15I, RCCA #908


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