... that each competition category of the World Challenge 2013 has dominating leaders?
Dominating AAA Class leader: NMP-PCH Hayabusa
posted Apr 5th, 2013 -
NMP-PCH Hayabusa seems to have enough of the close competition with Evolution in the first three rounds and finished the day with another performance from a different planet. The 3-point difference after Round 3 has turned into a 15-point lead all of a sudden.
Evolution helped the Belgians quite a bit though. The Canadians lost three points and have now allowed the French 8way experts from Gavroches Maubeuge to catch up. The second half of the French national 8way team has shaken off Paraclete XP4 for the moment and moved closer to the 2nd place. The Qatar Tigers with player coach Luc Verstrepen are making the Top 10 in 9th place while a.team4way tries to defend the 10th position against Craig Girard's charging Dubai Asaar Black lineup.
There is also a good battle going on at the very bottom of the AAA Class leaderboard. UK team Nuevo is currently in 37th place and within striking distance of several teams ahead of them. Things can easily change in the remaining five rounds tomorrow.
Mini Maktoum having fun :-) image by: Vania da Rui
The two teams from Finland have posted all highscores for all rounds so far, with no exception, and Raykipo dominates the AA Class competition in a similar way.
Aerokart Deep Blue posted an Open Class score in Round 5 and has put some distance between them and the two UK teams.
US team Maktoum is far ahead in the Dynamic 4way competition, and Bodyflight Black Majick does not even have serious competition in Backflying.
Antigravity XP is the leader in 2way Freeflying after four rounds where Mini Maktoum 1 and 2 are catching a lot of attention...