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Old July 23rd 05, 08:51 AM
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Default Motor gliders in Standard and 15-meter class?

Is the definition of Standard and 15-meter classes in the U.S.A.
different from the FAI definition as it pertains to motor gliders? As I
understand the current U.S. National FAI Class Rules, motor gliders are
not allowed in the Standard and 15-meter Nationals unless an engine is
disabled.

I did not find any reference in the FAI sporting code that excludes
motor gliders from these classes. In fact the point 7.6.2 of FAI
sporting code section 3 makes it clear that motor gliders are
integrated into the other classes (except the World Class).

- Wiktor Kozlik

 




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