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Old 03-04-2018, 01:36 PM
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Default St. George RCPRO Warbird Race, 03/24/2018

The next RCPRO Warbird Race will be held on March 24, 2018 in St. George, Utah. The race will be hosted by the Remote Possibilites RC Club of St. George. The flying site is one of the most scenic places you can fly so come on out for some great racing. For more info on the site click here: www.remoterc.com.

Entry fee is $30.00 for 1st entry, $15.00 for 2nd entry and $5.00 for 3rd entry.
Preregistration is not required.
Backup airplanes must be on the same frequency, (or on 2.4 GHz).
For more information on the Warbird rules and race procedure: RCPRO Warbird Racing or RCPRO.org.
Registration and inspection will begin at 8:00 a.m. with races starting at 9:00 a.m., MDT.
Places will be awarded to the top 3 finishers in 3 classes: Gold, Silver and Bronze.
Approved head protection is required.
For more information: E-mail supra@miners-peak.com or call 435 531-1142.

The flying site is located Southwest of St. George, Utah.
Go to: http://www.remoterc.com/map-to-remote-rc-flying-field/
To get to the field: Get off I-15 at Brigham Road and go West and through the roundabout to
Pioneer Road. Turn right onto Man of War Road. Go over the bridge and turn left, (South), on
West Bloomignton Drive. Continue to 1470 West and turn left, (South). Continue on 1470 as
it turns and goes West. Look for the sign on the right for the flying site.
Turn and go North at the sign and follow the road past the power plant and the
treatment plant to the entrance of the flying site.
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A quick side note, there are many hotels within the St. George proper area that are a short driving distance to the flying site. Also, there are a few nice hotel/casinos in Mesquite Nevada which is only about 30 to 40 minutes away. Zion National Park is close as well so bring the family and make a weekend out of it.
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Default C'mon St. George!

also, there are strippers only 100 minutes away in Las Vegas, NV if you're not bringing the family. However, the nearby natural scenery of southern Utah/northern Arizona is simply breathtaking. If any participants can swing and extra day, Zion National Park cannot be defined by words alone. Ciao!
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FYI
Cowboy69, aka Gomez, Ernest will have available space at his house if any one needs cheap rent for the night. No guarantee strange things wont happen between beer thirty and the morning of the race.
There might be strange noises coming from his new house on wheels he is often seen trolling thru school areas with while ice dream music plays in the back ground.

Not to be too concerned about him as he is pretty harmless. When he is not flying that is.

So Glad Utah is hosting a Race- One of the best run races on the circuit and with out a doubt the best scenery of any race.
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...aside from the school areas reference, it's probably all true! looking forward to some good racing!
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Really wish I could make this event Im sure it would be fun. I plan to go to the Victorville race. Good luck everyone.

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Just a quick note to tell everyone THANK YOU for an amazing day of racing! It really was a great time and I hope everyone got home safe and sound. We ended up with 25 registered pilots and 32 total entries.

Thanks again to everyone and I hope to catch up to everyone again soon!

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Hey Bert,

Thanks for a well run race and a great day of racing. It was great to see a lot of my old friends both on the crew and among the other pilots. I hope to see all of most of you in our race next month in Hesperia, CA on April 21.

Blessings, TErry
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It was great to see you guys again Terry, thanks for coming up and being part of the event!
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Super race Bert. Was good seeing you and all the old faces again. St George field is really nice, especially with the desert hills and rough terrain all around.
Felt like home. Take care and hope you can make Hesperia.

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Nice job Bert, Jim and all the workers and the St. George club had to a great time and will definitely come back.
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