There are three Task Groups, A, B and C. Each pilot will be entered in all three Task Groups.
Pilots can choose which task they fly each day, and do not need to formally declare beforehand which task they intend to fly. They are therefore free to change their mind if the conditions are not as hoped. However, note that this will have an effect on the BGA Ladder points
Only one task per pilot will be scored for each day.
Tasks to be submitted to the BGA Ladder to enable IGC files to be downloaded for scoring. Alternatively, IGC files can be emailed to the scorer.
Daily ‘class’ results will be published as normal on Soaring Spot.
Overall results will be published via the Downloads section on Soaring Spot (it can't cope with scoring across multiple classes).
Any airspace infringements will result in being scored as landing at that point, irrespective of whether the task has been started or not.
Normal BGA 1000 point scoring will be applied to each task group except that:
It is with regret that we have decided to cancel the 2020 Dunstable Regionals due to the current Covid 19 environment. Thanks to all those pilots who signed up to the competition and I look forward to seeing you all at the 2021 Dunstable Regionals.In place of the Regionals we will hold a task week….watch this space to follow its progress.Mark Newland-Smith
Held at the end of August, when most of the fields have been cut, The Dunstable Regionals is a great competition for pilots of all levels. Here are just some of the reasons why we think you should come and join us. We are a friendly club with a reputation for running a challenging but fun competition with the majority of competitors, club members and visitors alike returning year after year. We have a well run professional restaurant, serving breakfast, lunch and evening meals. Affordable Club B...