Grid Etiquette

  • Self-launch pilots may take off whenever their launch does not interfere with glider launch or landing. 
  • If your self-launch is on the runway, it is assumed you are about to launch.
  • If your sailplane is on the grid, you must be ready when the towplane is ready.  Have someone outside your cockpit cinch your belts prior to launch.
  • You may grid/launch in the order of your signing up.  The pilot list is numbered for this purpose.
  • If you have already achieved a diamond climb, you might consider allowing some others to launch ahead of you.
  • If you have already achieved a lennie, you are encouraged to allow some others to launch ahead of you.
  • Self-interest is allowed; so do not be bashful about not yielding to others when you don't feel like you want to.

2019 Grid

1. John Good
 9. Caleb Branscome
2. Ed Bransford
10. Click HERE to Register
3. Mark Olinger

4. John Mittell

5. Steve Vihlen

6. Marc Johnson

7. Ron Ridenour

8. Tim Moran