2017 Racing Series
Most Exciting Racing Series on the West Coast of the USA. Premiere Drone and Wing Racing  for the Pilots and run by the Pilots

Wing Rules

Class Specifications

Please hold before spec is finalized Construction No Fiberglass No Carbon Fiber Propellers  No Restriction Battery  No Restrictions Motors  Single Motor only Video Transmitter (vTX) Per Location Switchable from 250 Max to 600mW vTX Maximum Wing Span 40 Inch Maximum

Series Qualifier

Four Pilots Per Race Race Format per Location

Series Main

Four Pilots per Race Race Format per Location Basic Requirements to Race Become a Member of the Wild West FPV Racing Series MultiGP Chapter and Join Race you will be attending on the Wild West FPV chapter page. All Participants shall be able to switch FPV channels.  Race Track per Wild West FPV Series Design All Race Participants / Race Pilots will be required to be an AMA Member. All Participants will be required to sign and hand in a Waiver and Release form. o Print out, sign, and hand in to Timing or Check-in Table before flying. All Participants shall read, follow, and understand all Safety Rules before flying. All Participants shall list their FAA Registration # & AMA Member Number on their craft at all times as required. label frame and/or batteries are expectable. All racers may have their Leaderboard Points, and Best Lap Times listed on MultiGP.com o Wild West FPV Racing Series MultiGP Chapter  Leaderboard Safety… Pilots are expected to follow all rules and guidance directions of Contest Director (CD) or Event staff. Pilots Must have AMA membership (Or similar for foreigners) Pilots Must follow all Rules in accordance to AMA and this events rules. Pilots Must maintain control of the aircraft at all times. Showboating will not be tolerated Pilots Must remain Over the Designated Course at all times. Pilots will Receive a warning and on the second offense of flying overs Spectators will be Disqualified then Removed for the Event. Pilots Must remain Approximately 400 ft or below at all times. No Pilot or Spectator is permitted beyond the safety line established by CD. No Spectators allowed in Pits or Pilot control area. No Spectators or Pilots may enter or exit the main Gate During an active Race. No Other Aircraft may be flown at any time during the Event without CD approval Pilots are required to have a Throttle Safety switch on the transmitter. Pilots will have Designated Launchers that are capable of launching wings in the Air. Launchers Will act as Spotters for each pilot during the Race and maintain visual line of site. Pilots will immediately land the aircraft at the end of each race as directed by Race Coordinator(RD) In the Event an aircraft goes down during a race it is to remain there until the end of the race. In the Event of a crash and Lipo Fire. Pilots are to Immediately and safely land and Fire Safety crew will immediately respond. Pilots and Event Staff are to familiarize themselves with the location of all Fire Extinguishers and be willing and able to assist in the event of an incident. Aircraft goes out onto the field during a race.  If your aircraft goes down but is still flyable, you will receive a DNF for that heat by may fly in subsequence heats. This Events and Coordinators Main concern is safety. The Main Goal of the event is to have a fun and enjoyable event.  

Pilot Basics

Fly only in designated areas. Fly only at appropriate times. Keep your aircraft at least (30) feet away from the  pilot area. Flying any closer can cause your video  transmitter to interfere with other pilot’s reception. When flying on the course, you must be positioned  within the designated Pilot Area.  o DO NOT fly from any other area. Only power up your aircraft / video transmitter while  in the Start/Finish area on the course. DO NOT power  up in the pits or while walking from the pits to the  course. Let others know by yelling you are powering up. If you need to check your video channel or change  frequency, this MUST be completed between heats and  no one is flying. You MUST also ensure you have the  appropriate Frequency Assigned to you for the  frequency you wish to check. If you are flying before or after the event you MUST  ensure you have the appropriate Frequency assigned to  you for the frequency you are using. You MUST ensure you have a Spotter in the Pilot Area  while flying. A Spotter observes the course for dangers  such as members of public, animals, other model fliers,  low flying aircraft or vehicles. Spotters stand in the Pilot Area to ensure clear communication including counting  laps and verifying flags are not missed. o You are required help with spotting for the heat before yours. Aircraft does not take off - Pilot Out of Race, No Rerun. Crash into other aircraft and unable to recover - Official Ruling - OUT, No Rerun. Pilot loses video due to someone else plugging in and this is proven via DVR - Rerun Pilot Loses Video for Unknown Reason during race - Out, no rerun When finishing a race, land ON the course (at least 30  feet away from the pilot area and with in landing area if provided) No victory laps. Pilot will be penalized one lap point per victory lap o No victory laps! When the race is over, complete your current/final lap and immediately land in the dedicated landing zone. Points will be deducted for victory laps as this confuses spotters, slows down other racers not yet completed the race and may cause crashes. If you aircraft is destroyed and deemed no longer airworthy by CD then you will be DQed. If you miss a gate or cut a pylon short you will have time added to your your lap time All pilots are recommend to have the following items at the races Nothing listed below are mandatory. Chairs and Pilot Chair as required Pilot Table Sun Cover or Ez-up Shade Extra batteries or a way to charge batteries without electrical outlets. Sun screen Water and Electrolyte drinks Cooler as required to keep drinks cool Lunch or snacks. Trash bags. (rash can may not be available so plan on removing your trash from site) Fire Extinguisher First Aid Kit  
2017 Series
Most Exciting Racing Series on the West Coast of the USA. Premiere Drone and Wing Racing  for the Pilots and run by the Pilots

Wing Rules

Class Specifications

Please hold before spec is finalized Construction No Fiberglass No Carbon Fiber Propellers  No Restriction Battery  No Restrictions Motors  Single Motor only Video Transmitter (vTX) Per Location Switchable from 250 Max to 600mW vTX Maximum Wing Span 40 Inch Maximum

Series Qualifier

Four Pilots Per Race Race Format per Location

Series Main

Four Pilots per Race Race Format per Location Basic Requirements to Race Become a Member of the Wild West FPV Racing Series MultiGP Chapter and Join Race you will be attending on the Wild West FPV chapter page. All Participants shall be able to switch FPV channels.  Race Track per Wild West FPV Series Design All Race Participants / Race Pilots will be required to be an AMA Member. All Participants will be required to sign and hand in a Waiver and Release form. o Print out, sign, and hand in to Timing or Check-in Table before flying. All Participants shall read, follow, and understand all Safety Rules before flying. All Participants shall list their FAA Registration #  & AMA Member Number on their craft at all times as required. label frame and/or batteries are expectable. All racers may have their Leaderboard Points, and Best Lap Times listed on MultiGP.com o Wild West FPV Racing Series MultiGP Chapter  Leaderboard Safety… Pilots are expected to follow all rules and guidance directions of Contest Director (CD) or Event staff. Pilots Must have AMA membership (Or similar for foreigners) Pilots Must follow all Rules in accordance to AMA and this events rules. Pilots Must maintain control of the aircraft at all times. Showboating will not be tolerated Pilots Must remain Over the Designated Course at all times. Pilots will Receive a warning and on the second offense of flying overs Spectators will be Disqualified then Removed for the Event. Pilots Must remain Approximately 400 ft or below at all times. No Pilot or Spectator is permitted beyond the safety line established by CD. No Spectators allowed in Pits or Pilot control area. No Spectators or Pilots may enter or exit the main Gate During an active Race. No Other Aircraft may be flown at any time during the Event without CD approval Pilots are required to have a Throttle Safety switch on the transmitter. Pilots will have Designated Launchers that are capable of launching wings in the Air. Launchers Will act as Spotters for each pilot during the Race and maintain visual line of site. Pilots will immediately land the aircraft at the end of each race as directed by Race Coordinator(RD) In the Event an aircraft goes down during a race it is to remain there until the end of the race. In the Event of a crash and Lipo Fire. Pilots are to Immediately and safely land and Fire Safety crew will immediately respond. Pilots and Event Staff are to familiarize themselves with the location of all Fire Extinguishers and be willing and able to assist in the event of an incident. Aircraft goes out onto the field during a race.  If your aircraft goes down but is still flyable, you will receive a DNF for that heat by may fly in subsequence heats. This Events and Coordinators Main concern is safety. The Main Goal of the event is to have a fun and enjoyable event.  

Pilot Basics

Fly only in designated areas. Fly only at appropriate times. Keep your aircraft at least (30) feet away from the  pilot area. Flying any closer can cause your video  transmitter to interfere with other pilot’s reception. When flying on the course, you must be positioned  within the designated Pilot Area.  o DO NOT fly from any other area. Only power up your aircraft / video transmitter while  in the Start/Finish area on the course. DO NOT power  up in the pits or while walking from the pits to the  course. Let others know by yelling you are powering up. If you need to check your video channel or change  frequency, this MUST be completed between heats and  no one is flying. You MUST also ensure you have the  appropriate Frequency Assigned to you for the  frequency you wish to check. If you are flying before or after the event you MUST  ensure you have the appropriate Frequency assigned to  you for the frequency you are using. You MUST ensure you have a Spotter in the Pilot Area  while flying. A Spotter observes the course for dangers  such as members of public, animals, other model fliers,  low flying aircraft or vehicles. Spotters stand in the Pilot Area to ensure clear communication including counting  laps and verifying flags are not missed. o You are required help with spotting for the heat before yours. Aircraft does not take off - Pilot Out of Race, No Rerun. Crash into other aircraft and unable to recover - Official Ruling - OUT, No Rerun. Pilot loses video due to someone else plugging in and this is proven via DVR - Rerun Pilot Loses Video for Unknown Reason during race - Out, no rerun When finishing a race, land ON the course (at least 30  feet away from the pilot area and with in landing area if provided) No victory laps. Pilot will be penalized one lap point per victory lap o No victory laps! When the race is over, complete your current/final lap and immediately land in the dedicated landing zone. Points will be deducted for victory laps as this confuses spotters, slows down other racers not yet completed the race and may cause crashes. If you aircraft is destroyed and deemed no longer airworthy by CD then you will be DQed. If you miss a gate or cut a pylon short you will have time added to your your lap time All pilots are recommend to have the following items at the races Nothing listed below are mandatory. Chairs and Pilot Chair as required Pilot Table Sun Cover or Ez-up Shade Extra batteries or a way to charge batteries without electrical outlets. Sun screen Water and Electrolyte drinks Cooler as required to keep drinks cool Lunch or snacks. Trash bags. (rash can may not be available so plan on removing your trash from site) Fire Extinguisher First Aid Kit