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Fuel efficiency contest

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Old September 24th 11, 08:35 PM posted to rec.aviation.homebuilt
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Default Fuel efficiency contest

For those who built their airplanes for greater efficiency:

At this year's Copperstate Southwest Regional Fly-in, we will be
hosting another fuel efficiency contest. New for this year is an
additional 200 mile competition for aircraft flying the course at 60
to 119 miles an hour average speed.

The fuelventure competition is won more with brain power than horse
power by utilizing winds aloft, plotting high altitude efficiency
against fuel to climb as well as efficient operation of your airframe
and engine.

If you want to show off your aircraft and your piloting skills, make a
good public impression for our avocation and have fun; check out

Bruce Vinnola
Fuelventure organizer

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