Paramania Team Pilot Paco Guerra wins national league in Albuquerque

Paco Guerra flying a Fusion 20 won the 2011 national league in Spain just recently.

I love doing paramotor events because I feel the speed on my body, the G force in the turns and improve my piloting techniques.
With the help of Paramania wings, I hope to win more races this season.

The event included; navigation, speed and precision tasks.

It was a windy affair but the teams still moved forward and used the mornings to take advantage of the calm weather.

At the event:

Karen Skinner broke her personal elevation record at 5102m!

Paco Guerra won two slalom tasks; the clover leaf and the eight with a spectacular speed of 40 seconds.

They had to hold off on events because of the weather for the rest of the day on Sunday but there were plenty of other activities to keep pilots and onlookers busy.

Some 60 pilots attended the event.

Final results:

Spanish League, class PF1

1st Paco Guerra, Paramania Fusion – Clemente

2nd Cesar Maldonado, Dudek Nucleon 29 – PXP 180

3rd Javi Guerra, Sky Paragliders Atis – Clemente
Paratrike (PL1):
Fernando Simoes, Paramania Fusion 29 – Power2fly Hawk (Rotax 503)
Alfonso Redondo, Nucleon 29 – Airfer Bailey 200
Paratrike Tandem (PL2):
Vicente Mendoza, Paramania Taxi – Airfer (Rotax 447)
Miguel Simoes (POR), Paramania Taxi – Power2Fly Fenix (Rotax 503)

Helices Juanbut, promoter and organizer of the event, expresses his gratitude and invited every pilot from Spain to fly the Extremadura’s skies on the next edition of the event in 2012

For the original and complete post (in Spanish) plus more information visit the Ojovolador website here.



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