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Thomas Hughes had spoken earlier with SDC Rhythm XP member Rob Radez who said that at least his team expected to end up as far behind the top teams from France and Belgium as the leaderboard shows at the moment. The big question is where Airspeed would be at this point in time if they competed in Dubai, as well.
Thomas Hughes said that his team will begin tomorrow with the first training after the USPA Nationals 2011. There is no doubt that the competition sequences of Dubai will be a part of Airspeed's training agenda this or next week.
Thomas Hughes was impressed with the French performance. Airspeed had outscored Aerodyne Aerokart by far at the Valentine's Meet 2011 in February this year. Now it looks as if France has not only caught up. It will be challenging for Airspeed to beat the French scores in Dubai.
He also commented the upcoming Round 8, which is the slowest sequence of the competition. He believes that the two top teams can get to and past a 20-pointer. He thinks that 22 points are probably the maximum score for this round.