starting line, whether on the ground or in the air.
The free-for-all on December 25th will be over a triangular
course of approximately 20 miles. Five laps will
complete the race. Turning points will be designated,
and all pilots must take turns at an altitude of not
over 500 feet. The turning point at the tournament
grounds will be the starting line, which will also be
the finish line. The line must be crossed on the
completion of each lap, then pilot turns to right.
Finish of the race:
After crossing finish line at an altitude of not over 500 feet
for the fifth time, completing the race, proceed on a
straight line and climb to 2000 feet altitude, then turn
and await favorable opportunity to land.
In landing after finish of the race, approach from the east
as heretofore, taxi across finish line to southwest corner
of the field and park alongside of previously arrived plane
facing wire fence.
Observers will report cutting corners on turning points.
Final instructions will be given pilots previous to the start of
Officials will be in attendance at the field form 10 a.m.,
Pilots must secure tickets of admission and for mechanics.
Please apply for them in writing, and mention mail address.
The same rules govern the handicap race, except that the distance
flown is 60 miles, three laps.