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Dragon65 racing

Part 1 - This year's Results

Part 2 - The Brian Rogers Challenge Trophy

Part 3 - Hints on Tuning a Victoria

Part 4 - Previous Year's Results


Part 1 - This year's Results

Victoria results

Click on results to download a pdf copy of the results.

Part 2 - The Brian Rogers Challenge Trophy

The Brian Rogers Challenge Trophy was presented to the Rugeley Power Station Model Club in late 2012 by Brian Rogers, a past Chairman and the then President of Rugeley Power Station Model Club.
Brian Rogers Challenge

Brian presented the trophy to promote the regular racing of Victoria Yachts. The winners of the Trophy are listed below :-

Year Winner
2018 to be advised
2017 No racing
2016 Peter Pallett Peter Pallett
2015 Peter Pallett Peter Pallett
2014 Cyril Horobin Cyril Horobin
2013 Cyril Horobin Cyril Horobin


Part 3 - Hints on Tuning a Victoria

The chart below gives some information about settings for various wind conditions when using a Victoria. Victoria Tuning
The information is provided by Ray Seta - Victoria 2424K(USA) and the chart is at the end of his seven page article "Time to get Serious with Tuning.". If you click on the link you can download a copy.

Note that the setting position is to put a mark 40 1/8 th inches up the mast.

Part 4 - Previous Year's Results

2017 - No racing this year.

2016 Results

Victoria results 2016

2015 Results

Victoria results 2015

2014 Results

Victoria results 2014

2013 Results

Victoria results 2013

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Last updated :
3rd September 2018

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