ADDITIONAL SCORING DAYS
Two additional scoring days will be available, if needed, on the Saturday and Sunday only of the End of Season Fly-in. The Monday will not normally be used as an additional scoring day to avoid it being disadvantageous to pilots who cannot stay longer.
The number of valid scoring days in Class 1 will determine whether or not the additional scoring days are activated for all classes regardless of the number of scoring days in Class 5 or Club Class.
Criteria for Activating Additional Scoring Days:
The additional scoring days WILL NOT BE ACTIVATED if:
- there are six or more valid tasks in total
The additional scoring days WILL BE ACTIVATED if there are:
- Fewer than six valid tasks in the BOS Series
- No scoring days in either BOS 1 or BOS 2
End of Season Fly-in
See section under BOS EVENTS - NON-COMPETITIVE
NOTE: The End of Season Fly-in will go ahead as a non-competitive event if no additional scoring days are required. Competition pilots may attend the event at the set fee (or free of charge if willing to offer some on hill coaching).
Competitors may choose to run an informal competition during the End of Season Fly-in.