Contests


 General rules for all events:

  1. Rockets must be entered in contest prior to flight
  2. Flyers must designate the specific event on their flight card to be an official entry.
  3. Only one event per flight
  4. Official flights are from 8:00 am Friday to 6:00 pm Saturday
  5. Awards presented Saturday night.
  6. There will be awards for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place in all motor classes, in all contests.
  7. Certified motors only
  8. Motor classes: H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O
  9. Kids Class, A through E
  10. All rockets must be recovered in good condition to be considered a successful flight 
  11. The class of Clusters and Staged flights will be based on total installed impulse.
  12. TRA or NAR Certified Motors Only. 
  13. Any disputes or ties will be handled by the contest directors 
  14. No contest flights during the night launch


 


Extreme Altitude Event


 

This event is sponsored by the wonderful people at What's Up Hobbies

The challenge: to fly the HIGHEST altitude in a motor class

Additional Rules Specific to this Event:

 


 

  DUDE, WHERE'S MY ROCKET?

  Kids Parachute Duration

 

This event is sponsored by the wonderful people at LOC/Precision

Kids Parachute Duration is an event is to see how long you can keep your rocket in the air and still recover it.  
Bring your own stopwatch if you have one.

Additional Rules Specific to this Event:

Note: Kids Parachute Duration timing determined by stopwatch.  Bring your own stopwatch if you have one. 


3Kn200 Precision Flight Contest

This contest is like TARC for big rockets.

The contest requires

One prize per person!