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    NURCAC Q500 (Northern UT) 2010

    NURCAC (nurcac.org) has non-sanctioned 424 races scheduled for June 19th, Aug 7th and Aug 28th this year. These races follow 424 rules but allow any 'sport' engine. Field is located 9.5 miles west of the Ogden 12th street exit of I-15. All AMA members are welcome.

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    RE: NURCAC Q500 (Northern UT) 2010

    What type of course do you race on?? Where do I find your other race rules??

    Ken

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    RE: NURCAC Q500 (Northern UT) 2010

    Ken,
    I believe these are 3 polers. Nate, Bert and I went up there last year for a race. It was a blast. Great club and a great day of racing.
    Race101
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    RE: NURCAC Q500 (Northern UT) 2010

    Good to know. I've been in Tooele for work for a few months. I'll be heading to the middle east around June, but will be moving up here when I get back in the summer of 2011.
    GS

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    RE: NURCAC Q500 (Northern UT) 2010

    Ken, we fly the long 3 pole course. Standard 424 rules with a few exceptions. Any 'sport' engine available for retail sale under $100 - does not have to be TT40. Foam or rubber wheels required - no pizza cutters, this keeps your plane from flipping over on the soft lake bed. Club provides 15% fuel. You provide your own APC 9x6. We are a casual group that flies for fun. We have a light system for pylon 1 and a very nice field.


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