Average scores for Ole, Joe, Biggles and Joseph



FSFlyingSchool Forum
Home       Members    Calendar    Who's On
Welcome Guest ( Login | Register )
        



Average scores for Ole, Joe, Biggles and... Expand / Collapse
Author
Message
Posted Monday, July 13, 2009 1:28:21 AM


FSFlyingSchool Training Captain

FSFlyingSchool Training CaptainFSFlyingSchool Training CaptainFSFlyingSchool Training CaptainFSFlyingSchool Training CaptainFSFlyingSchool Training CaptainFSFlyingSchool Training CaptainFSFlyingSchool Training CaptainFSFlyingSchool Training Captain

Group: Moderators
Last Login: Tuesday, December 20, 2022 2:42:12 PM
Posts: 1,645, Visits: 14,276
.

Average scores afterOleBigglesJoeJoseph
10 legs92,9283,7472,3867,45
20 legs94,2580,7672,7159,78
25 legs (first rest)94,7383,7073,0057,99
30 legs94,8384,9674,1958,17
40 legs94,4384,1577,2461,34
50 legs (half way rest)92,8284,4177,3959,51
60 legs91,8185,2078,4661,59
70 legs92,1985,5677,2460,12
75 legs (last rest)92,0386,1178,7158,45
80 legs92,1386,2877,2458,57
90 legs91,4087,2377,2558,91
100 legs (FINISH)91,3687,6078,8759,50

.

Regards
Ole Andreasen, Denmark

Post #4539
Posted Monday, July 13, 2009 1:56:49 AM


FSFlyingSchool Training Captain

FSFlyingSchool Training CaptainFSFlyingSchool Training CaptainFSFlyingSchool Training CaptainFSFlyingSchool Training CaptainFSFlyingSchool Training CaptainFSFlyingSchool Training CaptainFSFlyingSchool Training CaptainFSFlyingSchool Training Captain

Group: Forum Members
Last Login: Monday, January 17, 2011 6:45:44 AM
Posts: 649, Visits: 2,260
Like the scores, particularly mine Can anyone catch the mighty Ole

Henri has decided to do a bit of moonlighting and earn a few dollars instructing whilst I hang about drinking Guinness. I caught her at it this morning

I told you not to park the microlite there, now I'm going to have to get my feet wet

The bars open, what do you want?

Biggles

Post #4540
Posted Monday, July 13, 2009 11:45:33 PM


FSFlyingSchool Training Captain

FSFlyingSchool Training CaptainFSFlyingSchool Training CaptainFSFlyingSchool Training CaptainFSFlyingSchool Training CaptainFSFlyingSchool Training CaptainFSFlyingSchool Training CaptainFSFlyingSchool Training CaptainFSFlyingSchool Training Captain

Group: Moderators
Last Login: Tuesday, December 20, 2022 2:42:12 PM
Posts: 1,645, Visits: 14,276
Hi Biggles.

Cool that you are using the pic upload possibility. It gives so much more life with pics. In the WWT, Joe and I uploaded tons of screenshots, and it was a little more fun to look at than just scores....

Ill try to take pics myself and upload on the forthcoming flights.



Regards
Ole Andreasen, Denmark

Post #4544
Posted Monday, July 13, 2009 11:56:17 PM


FSFlyingSchool Training Captain

FSFlyingSchool Training CaptainFSFlyingSchool Training CaptainFSFlyingSchool Training CaptainFSFlyingSchool Training CaptainFSFlyingSchool Training CaptainFSFlyingSchool Training CaptainFSFlyingSchool Training CaptainFSFlyingSchool Training Captain

Group: Moderators
Last Login: Tuesday, December 20, 2022 2:42:12 PM
Posts: 1,645, Visits: 14,276
Here are some cool pics. Customized plane or what? Or just a graphically error in FSX! Anyway, Im glad Im not in greenland in the winter with that plane - or anywhere else for that matter, since landing it is going to be a huge problem.

No propeller, no right door, no wheels, and a chunk of fuselage below the plane and some sticking out both left and right - not to mention the cool little triangle ten feet above the plane... A reboot of FSX helped!







Regards
Ole Andreasen, Denmark


  Post Attachments 
screenshot224.JPG (179 views, 22.98 KB)
screenshot219.JPG (176 views, 19.70 KB)
screenshot216.JPG (176 views, 34.20 KB)
screenshot233.JPG (172 views, 9.57 KB)
Kopi af screenshot231.JPG (172 views, 18.27 KB)
screenshot226.JPG (173 views, 19.16 KB)

Post #4545
Posted Tuesday, July 14, 2009 3:33:03 AM


FSFlyingSchool Training Captain

FSFlyingSchool Training CaptainFSFlyingSchool Training CaptainFSFlyingSchool Training CaptainFSFlyingSchool Training CaptainFSFlyingSchool Training CaptainFSFlyingSchool Training CaptainFSFlyingSchool Training CaptainFSFlyingSchool Training Captain

Group: Forum Members
Last Login: Monday, January 17, 2011 6:45:44 AM
Posts: 649, Visits: 2,260
Hi Ole

A chap can only stay idle for so long. I need to feel the wind in my hair and the smell of avgas in the air so tomorrow cant come soon enough. I've set the alarm.

Scene: Room 3 Airport Hotel

"Put the light out Henri on your way out" Night night all

0600  Clattering alarm clock. Biggles jumps out of bed fresh as a daisy and reaches for his sunglasses. Hears sound of engine starting up on the pan and rushes for the door. Rushes back for trousers, silly boy Biggles, runs out of hotel. See Carstairs in his trusty Moth with engine running.

Biggles

Post #4546
Posted Saturday, August 01, 2009 3:06:09 PM


FSFlyingSchool Training Captain

FSFlyingSchool Training CaptainFSFlyingSchool Training CaptainFSFlyingSchool Training CaptainFSFlyingSchool Training CaptainFSFlyingSchool Training CaptainFSFlyingSchool Training CaptainFSFlyingSchool Training CaptainFSFlyingSchool Training Captain

Group: Moderators
Last Login: Tuesday, December 20, 2022 2:42:12 PM
Posts: 1,645, Visits: 14,276
New comparison scores online.... look at first post in this thread.

Regards
Ole Andreasen, Denmark

Post #4643
Posted Wednesday, August 26, 2009 10:49:04 AM


FSFlyingSchool Training Captain

FSFlyingSchool Training CaptainFSFlyingSchool Training CaptainFSFlyingSchool Training CaptainFSFlyingSchool Training CaptainFSFlyingSchool Training CaptainFSFlyingSchool Training CaptainFSFlyingSchool Training CaptainFSFlyingSchool Training Captain

Group: Moderators
Last Login: Tuesday, December 20, 2022 2:42:12 PM
Posts: 1,645, Visits: 14,276
First contestant finished the C100 tour.

Regards
Ole Andreasen, Denmark

Post #4830
Posted Sunday, September 13, 2009 1:07:05 PM


FSFlyingSchool Training Captain

FSFlyingSchool Training CaptainFSFlyingSchool Training CaptainFSFlyingSchool Training CaptainFSFlyingSchool Training CaptainFSFlyingSchool Training CaptainFSFlyingSchool Training CaptainFSFlyingSchool Training CaptainFSFlyingSchool Training Captain

Group: Moderators
Last Login: Tuesday, December 20, 2022 2:42:12 PM
Posts: 1,645, Visits: 14,276
As you see Gentlemen, I have updated the comparison scoreboard for us all, so we can see how we did, in comparison.

Here are the same figures as a chart, so you can all see your ups and downs.



Regards
Ole Andreasen, Denmark

Post #5005
Posted Monday, September 14, 2009 3:12:59 PM


FSFlyingSchool Training Captain

FSFlyingSchool Training CaptainFSFlyingSchool Training CaptainFSFlyingSchool Training CaptainFSFlyingSchool Training CaptainFSFlyingSchool Training CaptainFSFlyingSchool Training CaptainFSFlyingSchool Training CaptainFSFlyingSchool Training Captain

Group: Forum Members
Last Login: Monday, January 17, 2011 6:45:44 AM
Posts: 649, Visits: 2,260
Master Aviator Ole

Congratulations, not only on your winning the C100 (just - if it was c150 it may have been a draw ) but also for keeping track of all the scores and your graph which I thought particularly good as it really told the tale of where it was won and lost.

Well done oh serious one ( you need to change that pic:w00t

Your obedient tutor

Biggles

PS: Felix, you failed, you moron.  Night all babysitting duties tomorrow. You never get used to those nappies do you!

Post #5017
« Prev Topic | Next Topic »


All times are GMT -8:00, Time now is 7:58am

Powered By InstantForum.NET v4.1.4 © 2024
Execution: 0.062. 17 queries. Compression Disabled.