Club Day 2: Flight Analysis

BC3-Bicester N, SAC-Sackville, PAP-Papworth, NOS-Northampton South, BC1-Bicester Airfield (167.8)

Regionals / Fixed Course Task, Contest Wind 230 degs/15 kts Y distance = 67.2 km Day Speed Points = 371, Day Distance Points = 402 Reason for Devaluation : Winners Time

PosPilotGlideractualavg climb (knots)avg climb (ft)height lost in climb% thermalavg glide ratioavg glide (km)avg straight (knots)
1MF Mike FoxLS4 (15m)86.9 kph4.175510.01%19%35.422.261.5
2H20 Tessa Whiting John WhitingDiscus (15m-w)85.5 kph2.784250.11%32.7%39.37.955.9
3246 Carol MarshallLS7 (15m)79.8 kph2.612760.13%37.9%
4JBA Basil FairstonSilent 2 Electro (13.3m)73.8 kph3.354130.08%30.1%42.17.454.0
5574 Luke HornseyASW20 (15m)77.4 kph2.823620.16%30%32.59.561.9
6LL Andy ElliottStd. Libelle (15m)66.9 kph2.504790.13%36.8%26.48.943.5
7705 Alexander Simon RamsayDiscus (15m)72.6 kph2.433850.15%22.9%44.614.356.3
8PX Peter AtkinsonAcro Twin 364.1 kph2.323120.17%32.2%
9639 Alex MaitlandVega (15m)70.8 kph2.703940.07%32.4%42.88.955.9
10JDV Mark LavenderDG303 (15m)66.9 kph2.253180.08%34.3%30.97.549.2
11DV David Hurst Chris BishopASW20 (15m)65.6 kph1.732350.19%37.2%33.66.546.5
12JCR Nicholas BarnesAstir CS (15m)56.6 kph2.184700.16%42.1%25.17.850.7
13264 Norman ParryLS4 (15m)61.8 kph1.813120.2%37.9%29.67.647.5
14BD Jeremy BeringerCirrus (17.7m)59.9 kph2.713060.1%31.3%30.66.651.4
15C29 Tim WheelerStd. Cirrus56.2 kph2.445400.09%39.6%
16JHJ Sam HepburnStd. Libelle (15m)55.7 kph2.164130.14%39.5%
17379 John StaleyLS4 (15m)61.0 kph1.913460.21%36.3%36.29.660.2
18FNS Kate ByrneDG300 club (15m-retractable)65.4 kph2.382740.07%27.1%31.15.633.2
19ESB Mick BoikASK21 (17m)(160.4 km)
20JRD Niall WatkinsAstir CS (15m)(151.0 km)
21CPM Alicia CarpenterStd. Libelle (15m)(134.3 km)
22ETY Derek StaffLS4 (15m)(134.2 km)
236E Lewis Merry-TaylorK-6e (15m)(111.6 km)
24T19 Rod Connors and John PotterDiscus (15m-w)(47.5 km)
25FEF Dinant Riks and Chris BallanceAstir CS (15m)

Flight information has been taken from the IGC files. It's just for fun! To sort columns click on the column name - clicking a second time will change the sort order. Pilots with no information displayed probably didn't fly far enough to produce useful information, or scored penalty points.

It is only accuracte if the IGC file has a sufficiently high sample rate - for example if it logs every 6 seconds. Competitors with statistics in light grey have loggers which have insufficent information to accurately calculate statistics. In addition, some loggers show a lot of GPS jitter - these will throw up spurious thermals.

These stats are just for fun!