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    2019 New Holstein STOL Results

    First, many, many thanks to all who helped as ground crew for the 2019 NH STOL. Laying out the course, judging, score keeping, marshalling, takedown...a BIG job, and all went smoothly. Thank you.

    Second, thanks to those who chose to display their skills in a safe manner at the event. An awesome, courteous group of aviators who actually thrilled the crowd by demonstrating your skills. Thank you.

    Here is the listing of all aviators, including visitors and those who camped at NH.



    For the overall group, here are the scores for STOL:
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    Scores for Takeoffs:
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    Here are the scores for landings:
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    Here are the scores for combined shortest takeoffs and landings:
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    Now for those who are regulars at the NH Supercub.org Flyin...those who camped and supported the event by funding the event. I think it is important for us not to lose the importance of those who often spend their time sharing their flying wisdom and telling lies at the campground. We may not have the major modifications to our aircraft, but we salute each other for being supporters of the NH Supercub.org Flyin and who give back to the NH community through your generosity and kindness. Thank you.

    Here are the scores for takeoffs, landings and totals:
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    Here are the listings for each category:
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    Thanks, again, to all who made this a terrific event!

    Randy the shooter
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    Last edited by WindOnHisNose; 07-24-2019 at 02:42 PM. Reason: corrected errors in scoring
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    Thank you Randy!!

    Pretty incredible turn out folks! Cheers to all of you.
    I don't know where you've been me lad, but I see you won first Prize!

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    Wow, the lad from Maine in brand X brought his A game. Way to go Andy.

    Glenn
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    For those that may not be aware of winner Hal Stockman's epic comeback.....: he blew his engine, a heavily modified Rotax, in Wyoming, and prepped it for removal while the others he was flying with continued on. Hal is a pro mechanic, what he does for a living, heavy equipment. When his buddy's 206 road landed with a spare engine, it was short work swapping it out. Then he continues on, and wins the STOL event! This was I believe with an engine not as tweaked/powerful as the blown one, just something he had laying around.
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    Great numbers and an impressive turnout. Another great year Randy—thanks for all your hard work.
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    Without doubt Hal solidified his status as legend in the community this year.

    As courierguy stated - casually comes on the radio “well, lost my engine, I’ll set it down over here”. Lands on dirt road in the middle of nowhere.

    Has holes in the case. Sends the group on to OSH and calls a buddy to fly another Rotax he has sitting in his hangar down to him. Preps his for removal and pitches a tent to sleep that night. Replaces it the next day and fly’s to OSH.
    Just another day in coveralls.


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    Why American Champion isn’t sponsoring Andy Crane yet is a big question. He is killing it with his Citabria.
    Also looks like Bo Ellis knows how to get results in a 180.

    Quite an impressive gathering of pilots out there.


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    I met Andy and his wife Saturday at NH for the first time. Good people.
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    It was a great event and I really enjoyed being a spotter, some serious flying skills were exhibited.
    Remember, These are the Good old Days!

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    Trent's clip on Hal - Skip / fast forward to 3:31


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    Just saw Jonas Marcinko's YouTube video of Hal's dead stick landing. He Bob Hoovered it off the main road onto a side road, prop stopped, what a show off!

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    Quote Originally Posted by courierguy View Post
    Just saw Jonas Marcinko's YouTube video of Hal's dead stick landing. He Bob Hoovered it off the main road onto a side road, prop stopped, what a show off!
    That's a good one - Starts at 3:14


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    Folks, when I returned home this afternoon I found a couple of errors in scoring. These have been corrected and the information listed above has been updated.

    Thanks, again.

    Randy the shooter
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    SJ was kind enough to see if someone would sponsor the hats for participants his year, and we give thanks to Alaskan Bushwheels/Airframe Alaska for the hats!
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    We don't give out prizes, but these are great looking hats. Please do business with these folks, thank them for sponsoring the event and ask them to sponsor us again next year!

    Nice job, SJ!

    Randy the (recovering) Shooter

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    Quote Originally Posted by courierguy View Post
    For those that may not be aware of winner Hal Stockman's epic comeback.....: he blew his engine, a heavily modified Rotax, in Wyoming, and prepped it for removal while the others he was flying with continued on. Hal is a pro mechanic, what he does for a living, heavy equipment. When his buddy's 206 road landed with a spare engine, it was short work swapping it out. Then he continues on, and wins the STOL event! This was I believe with an engine not as tweaked/powerful as the blown one, just something he had laying around.

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    Good on Hal, he is a good rep. Hardly recognized him in the new coveralls
    "Always looking up"
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    I don't think Hal would mind me posting this: when at his Elko home, picking up my low comp BigBore engine (a mild mod) in the entrance mud room on hangars was a row of clean and ready to go coveralls, all identical. I expected no less! On that trip, I flew down there, about 2.5 hours, over pretty remote areas (duh, it's Nevada) and at 8 in the morning he started the mod, which involves new cylinder jugs, so a lot has to come apart. I watched and tried to stay out of the way. It was finished by noon, and after a runup we went to lunch.

    After lunch he re-torqued things and I took it for a 15 minute test flight. Then, after eyeballing things once more, I flew it home that day. It performed flawlessly, up to and beyond the 2000 hour TBO (about 1500 of that after the mod) and then I got a minor oil leak and took it as a sign, it was time for a new short block, it had more then paid for itself.

    I drove to the North American importer of the Rotax engines in British Columbia, picked up a new engine, (US retailers were talking 2 weeks delay, screw that) drove home, loaded both the new and old in the Prius and drove them down to Hal. 3 days later he had the new one ready to go and I drove back down and had it in the plane and flying the next day. Total time from deciding to re-up to first flight of the new was 10 days, that was 250 hours ago. We both work full time and then some at our regular jobs, which explains the holdup.
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