European Scale Masters
The Scale Masters began in 2017 and were held again in 2019. Both events were held in Helsingborgs, Sweden and incorporated the Nordic Championships. There was some participation from non-Nordic countries at both events, both in terms of competitors and judges.
As there are no longer Euro Scale Championships held, it is hoped that Euro Scale Masters competitions shall be held in multiple locations in non-World Championship years. These events are an excellent way to encourage international competition without the large investment of time required for a World Championship.
ENTRY FORM https://scale.bmfa.org/2023-festival-of-scale
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Tues 5th Arrival of participants
Weds 6th Commencement of F4C/H Static from 12.00
Thurs 7th Continuation of F4C/H Static
Round 1 F4C/H
Commencement of F4B Static from 15.00
Fri 8th Round 1 Flying Only
Round 2 F4C/H
Continuation of F4B Static
Round 1 of all CL classes
Scale FF classes
Sat 9th Round 2 of Flying Only
Round 3 of F4H
Continuation of all CL classes
Scale FF classes
Sun 10th Round 3 of Flying Only
Round 3 of F4C
Conclusion of all CL Classes
Awards and Prize Giving
It is official. Germany had withdrawn from hosting the European Scale Masters.
Instead it will be held in UK starting with static on Wednesday 6 September at the BMFA national flying sight at Buckminster . https://nationalcentre.bmfa.org/ Finishing on Sunday 10 September.
Because this is the date previously set of the UK nationals we will have a separate score to establish a UK winner along with a European Scale Masters.
F4c and F4h will be flown along with F2B control line scale on the special circle.
The runway is close mown grass and is regularly used for jets. All usual wind directions are OK.
Campsite is very nice with all facilities except electric hookup. We hope to have a cafe open on sight in the permanent buildings.
There is a hanger for model storage, static etc.
The nearest big city is Grantham18 minuets. Lincoln is 57 minuets north.
Old Warden and Duxford are not far away,
Please follow the directions on the BMFA www as the sight is not exactly at Buckminster.
Buckminster is about 2 hours north of London and about 3-4 hours from Dover
Entry forms will be online in about 2 weeks @ https://nationalcentre.bmfa.org/
More than two engines but less than four;