By Warren Gregory
Thursday was the final day of Control Line Speed.
Perkys everwhere.Carl Dodge and Henry Nelson fueling Carl's diesel Perky.
Warren Gregory's North West Sport Jet waiting for fuel.
Monk running with Mono Line.Chris Montagino's C Speed model.Our NASS president gripping his Monoline.
Patrick and Jeff launching Dave Rigotti's NASS Sport Jet.My daddy won 4 events and got " 400 " points.
- Jeff Gitchel and Patrick Hempel were really close in Fast Jet .32 between 1st and 2nd.
- Glen VanSant places 3rd in D Speed.
- Patrick Hempel is the Doc Davis High Speed Jet Champion.
- Chris Montagino is the National High Point Champion for the Fourth time in a row.
One Two Three in the High Point Race.
- Warren Gregory wins the new North West Sport Jet event with 153.63 mph.
- Patrick Hempel placed 3rd in C Speed.
- Patrick Hempel placed 2nd in NASS Sport Jet.
- Jeff Gitchel is the National Champion in NASS Sport Jet.
- Patrick Hempel was the Average Winner in the Perky event.
- D Speed Winners 2021.
B Speed winners for 2021.Fast Jet winners for 2021.A Speed winners for 2021.
I have been following CL speed for a while. Why are the B Speed times 3-5 MPH slower than what I have seen here on the west coast? On Flying Lines, Brad Anderson is flying over 181 mph. In D Speed, Joey Mathison is flying over 192 mph.
Muncie weather is often a slow atmosphere to fly in. The West Coast weather is invariably faster and my prime choice for setting records. Those who go fast in Muncie would likely go even faster ( if you can imagine) flying on a nice day on the West Coast ( California- Oregon). I have only set one racing record in Muncie, which means it can be done, but like I said it really is harder generally speaking.
Speed is such a cool event. Great pictures.
Perky was dominated by New Jersey Middlessex Club congratulation
to Tom and Al
I see yours next week
Great pictures, also nice to see engine information. Thanks.
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