WHAT WILL THE EVENTS CONSIST OF?
(Possibilities, but not limited to:)
A pair of door stopper springs are required
for the push knees (see pic). This enables the tug to "grab"
floating objects, such as a ball for relay races or soccer (or a rubber ducky).
HOW WILL RADIO CHANNELS (FREQUENCIES) BE HANDLED?
At present, there are 36 available ground channels (61-90 on 75HMz and A1-A6 on 27HMz). A channel can be reserved on a first come first served bases. To become the registered primary user of a channel, you must first show proof of a Springer Class Limited boat at the paint stage or beyond. Proof will be in the form of photos, by bringing the boat to a club meeting, or by making other viewing arrangements. The channel will remain yours until you fail to compete in the two SCL consecutive events. You will lose primary use only if another qualifying builder has requested the channels. If the above is adhered to we should not have to deal with frequency conflicts. (Note: Two of the 27HMz channels will be reserved for use by the referee ball boats.) Entrants who show up unexpected may be required to change R/C channels prior to being allowed to run.