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Rules change proposals - comment time! - Bernard Cawley - 02-05-2019

It shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone on this board....and John Hochheimer reminded us about it in the February Electronic Rocketeer, but there are rules change proposals open for review and comment right now, with the comment window open until the 14th. 

There are two proposals about piston launchers, two about Classic Model, one about altimeter check-in as well as some others. Take a look if you haven’t. 

https://www.nar.org/contest-flying/rules-revision-process/rcp-cycle-2018-2019/

As an occasional competitor, but one who flew quite a few events at NARAM-60, I find them very interesting.


RE: Rules change proposals - comment time! - John Eric Thompson - 02-05-2019

(02-05-2019, 05:27 PM)Bernard Cawley Wrote: It shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone on this board....and John Hochheimer reminded us about it in the February Electronic Rocketeer, but there are rules change proposals open for review and comment right now, with the comment window open until the 14th. 

There are two proposals about piston launchers, two about Classic Model, one about altimeter check-in as well as some others. Take a look if you haven’t. 

https://www.nar.org/contest-flying/rules-revision-process/rcp-cycle-2018-2019/

As an occasional competitor, but one who flew quite a few events at NARAM-60, I find them very interesting.

Thank you for sharing the link.  I am able to review the rules-revision-process.   Smile


RE: Rules change proposals - comment time! - Bernard Cawley - 02-05-2019

The links to the individual proposals are on that page.....


RE: Rules change proposals - comment time! - Bernard Cawley - 07-09-2019

Results are in. Fewer than 90 people voted! Where was everybody?

https://www.nar.org/rcp2018-19/