Did You Know...... that fastest round of the World Challenge is the jump-off sequence?
Opening briefing of the World Challenge 2014
Bodyflight Bedford has a lot of space available, as host Paul Mayer finds and develops more areas each year. However, even the generous space seems to be crowded when 87 teams are in the middle of a 4way competition.
Ready for action: NMP-PCH Hayabusa
NMP-PCH Hayabusa brothers Andy and David Grauwels shared the breakfast time with Paul Mayer. They were done with their preparations and waited for the first call to action. They said that the competition draw is probably the slowest one that they have seen in Bedford over the years. It will be difficult to set a new record average.
In fact, Hayabusa will probably not have to look at the fastest round of the meet. Round 11 for a potential jump-off (A,B,E,Q,9) is a Super Sequence, and Hayabusa will have to skip it without any desaster happening before. There is a tight field in the race for the other medal and money positions, and the jump-off sequence may come into play at the end.