Wednesday 4th September

Another blue day which saw Alan Pettit rig half his vintage fleet, Bill Cook providing open cockpit flying for all and sundry in the T21 and Paul McGrory taking on the Vega (which won by a short head). By mid afternoon few aircraft remained on the ground apart from Trevor’s Jantar which, as ever, was yet to be rigged. Steve Ottner managed to keep the LS3 airborne for a couple of hours – allegedly by stalking combine harvesters.

Spot the odd one out:

(The cat didn’t pay for the launch.)

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