And finally we arrived at Sunday, where we would have a Precision Landing event between some of the skilled pilots of Team Kamikazes. Some couldn’t make it, but those who did had a great time.
Kamikaze Pilots and Family Present…
Pablo Cruz and his wife Millie
Luis Ruiz, his wife Jessica and sons Ian Darrell and Noah Enrique
Edgardo Rivera and his wife Wilnelia
Alberto Sabah and his wife Mercedes
Wilkins Torres, his wife Brenda and son Wilkins Jr.
Luis Antonio Cruz, his wife Jesenia and daughters
Noel Vale and his wife Tata
Ken Arciola and his wife
Ariel Rodríguez and his wife Wanda
Ricardo González and his wife Ermelinda
Carlos Robles, his wife and daughter
David Guzman and his wife Cury
We started the morning doing some pending Demo flights to new friends who wanted to live their experience. Ian Darrell was in charge of carrying out the flights.
Ken Arciola also arrived early, who this time managed to fly his new Ozone FreeRide 2 paraglider, and was flying for about an hour, after which he had to return to New York. While this was happening, Tim Slauson helped little Noah Enrique by performing some Towing flights from the sand dune.
The pilots, Pablo, Sammy, Ian, Edgardo, Pedro and Alberto, were flying around and practicing their precision landings for the event that would take place in a few minutes. Other pilots such as Ariel, Ken, Mario, Wilkins, Tim, Luis Antonio, Fio, Noel and Ricardo, decided not to participate but to witness the event. We also had the professional Drone pilot, David Laboy, who would be in charge of taking the aerial and final video. This one would go to the people of BGD with the possibility of winning a paraglider as a prize. Stay tuned…
Finally the competition took place at midday, and everyone witnessed the skills of the pilots. In the afternoon we even had to hurry since the weather conditions were beginning to deteriorate and in fact, with the rains we ended the activity. In order to participate, the pilots should be flying and at the moment of Landing they should turn off the engine at an altitude higher than 400 ft+, and flying downwind to the Goal mark. And the results were…
1) Pablo Cruz, Landing in Goal.
2) Edgardo Rivera, 8 – 10 inches of Goal
2) Ian Darrell González, 8 – 10 inches of Goal
4) Sammy Badillo, Landing at 24 inches of Goal.
5) Alberto Sabah, who despite scoring a goal, did so with the engine running.
It was a good competition and great sharing. All the pilots and the Team Kamikazes family present commented on the difficulty and skills to be developed to be able to do the test.
As we mentioned before, David Laboy was in charge of making the final video, which turned out very good and we share here. Thank you!!!