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Did You Know...

... that the NMP-PCH Hayabusa 4way machine keeps adding points to the lead?
Competition ahead and from behind: Thunder
posted Apr 4th, 2014 - The judging for Round 3 has been completed in four of the five 4way categories, and NMP-PCH Hayabusa keeps going like a 4way machine. There is a 12-point distance to the team in 2nd place after three rounds...

The battle for the 2nd place is just as exciting as the scores after Round 2 indicated. There has been a different leader of the 4-pack after each round. Volt'R was in 2nd place after Round 1 before SportLoto and XL took that spot in Round 2. Round 3 has a new team in 2nd place with Gavroches.

Thunder took a point from SportLoto in Round 3 but has to watch out, as well. Qatar Tigers and Voodoo are more than in striking distance right behind. The sequence of Round 4 has the potential to scramble the leaderboard once again - except on the very top...BORDER=0 height=57 width=630

Safe lead: Aerodyne French Girls Laurence Herve and Perrine Sanchez
The NSL-TV video clip of Round 2 includes new scenes from the "boarding area" where the teams are waiting for their call into the flying chamber. The Dubai Asaar teams in the AAA/Open Class were getting ready for their Round 3 when the NSL-TV camera was getting closer to the place of the final preparations.

The Dubai teams were followed by the Bad Boyz from the Czech Republic. There is a large delegation from the Czech Republic at Bodyflight Bedford, and the Sun Path Products NSL News will soon follow the Hurricane Factory Chicks on their way to another round. The Czech team is far ahead of the field in the Rookie Class, as it had to be expected.

One of the next NSL TV clips will feature the Canadian AA Class team 4Astrophe, with father Richard Bisson and his daughter Valerie and son Yannick. 4Astrophe was on the very top of the leaderboard after Round 2.

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