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Did You Know...

... that NMP-PCH Hayabusa runs away from the field at Paraclete XP?

23 points behind after Round 7: Arizona Airspeed
posted Mar 1st, 2014 - The 4way competition is over for Saturday after seven completed rounds. The 8way teams are taking over the flying chamber for the unique indoor 8way competition at the Paraclete XP Indoor Championship 2014.

The 4way competition was as exciting as it promised to be, even though NMP-PCH Hayabusa is so far ahead of the rest of the field that the top position seems to be uncontested. It is an incredible 23-point lead that the Belgian team has after seven rounds.

Arizona Airspeed managed to outscore Hayabusa once in Round 3 with a comeback after a 19-pointer in Round 2. It is not unusual that Airspeed comes back with vengeance after a bad round. However, it seems to take this kind of vengeance mode in each round for any team to keep up with Hayabusa.

23 points ahead after Round 7: NMP-PCH Hayabusa
NMP-PCH Hayabusa is only competing with the team's own indoor record average of 30.7 in a 16-foot chamber so far, and the old record does not seem to have much of a chance.

Arizona Airspeed has to fend off Evolution (Canada) and Volt'R (France) both, while Hayabusa is running away from the field. The three Lemay brothers and Katie Woods are heating up round by round. Most of their recent training was from jump planes, and the indoor competition comes on the way to the Paraclete XP Outdoor Championship 2014 next weekend.

There is another bunch of four teams involved in a battle for the 5th place, which includes both all-female lineups, the Aerodyne French Girls and the Golden Knights. This duel will get special Sun Path Products NSL News attention later on.

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