[NSRCA-discussion] 2020/21 proposed sequences

chuenkan at comcast.net chuenkan at comcast.net
Wed Apr 3 09:45:17 AKDT 2019

If I understand your post, the "Top Hat from the Top" is to be used as a turnaround maneuver, so could be used to get to the "front" or "back" of a 2-dimensional box, so could be flown "sideways", like a Humptybump or "regular" Top Hat?  
I any event, I believe this maneuver was called the "Reverse Top Hat" in the 1978-79 FAI section of the AMA Rules Book.  If so, what's old is new again...

Phil Spelt, AMA 1294, Scientific Leader Member
SPA L-18, Board Member, KCRC Emeritus the Tpo Hat from the Rop
Oliver Springs, TN (865) 435-1476v (865) 604-0541c

> On April 3, 2019 at 12:05 PM Stuart Chale via NSRCA-discussion <nsrca-discussion at lists.nsrca.org> wrote:
> If you have not opened the latest K-Factor yet, the 2020/21 proposed 
> sequences are included.  They can also be downloaded in single page 
> Aresti/maneuver list format from the NSRCA website from Sequences > 
> Proposed sequences > Proposed Sequences Menu.
> (Thank you Derek for getting them posted)
> Please take a look, fly them etc.  The sequence committee put a lot of 
> work into them to make sure that they flow well, are of the appropriate 
> level of difficulty and hopefully fun to fly.  This will be the first 
> set of sequences using the new K factor system.
> Please provide any feedback to your district VP.  Please be specific so 
> any comments can be better collated for possible changes if needed.
> Since adding new maneuvers not in the current NSRCA maneuver catalog was 
> an issue with the last set of sequences only one new maneuver was 
> requested and approved during this cycle.  This is the Top hat from the 
> top with cross box options turnaround in the Masters sequence.  All of 
> the other maneuvers in all sequences were taken from the current catalog.
> We hope you enjoy flying them,
> Stuart Chale
> Sequence committee chair
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