... that Arizona Airspeed has moved away from the field?
Broke the tie in Round 7: Just In Time
posted Feb 2nd, 2013 -
Arizona Airspeed 's new lineup slowly and safely increases the distance to the rest of the field. SDC Rhythm XP managed to steal the first round, and USA CAN did the same in Round 6. That was all that the three 4way world champions with Chris Farina had to give away so far.
Rhythm, Just In Time and USA CAN have a great race going for the 2nd place. Rhythm and Just In Time were tied in 2nd place after Round 5, and the NSL TV camera captured both teams in Round 6 hoping for a tie breaker. It did not happen, and they eventually separated from each other in the next round, to the current advantage of Just In Time.
USA CAN caught up with both teams in Round 6 where the three Americans with the one Canadian outscored even Arizona Airspeed.
Martial Ferre and Dennis Praet with Uli Steuwe and Josh Hall
Interested observers from France and Belgium joined the audience at about the same time. NMP-PCH Hayabusa Point Dennis Praet works together with Martial Ferre on the French 8way projects. The 8way competition will begin as soon as the eight rounds in 4way are complete.
Dennis Praet came early enough to see one of the Airspeed rounds. He could not watch all flying sessions, as he was busy with his 8way preparations. He is also flying with one of the four French lineups.
One of the 8way lineups also includes Thunder member Paul Hofstee. The NSL News will turn to the 8way competition very soon and introduce some of the French competitors. The new 8way blocks and the new random formation will be used in the competition and provide the first impressions of the block techiques.