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Old 30 September 2011, 16:51   #11
Country: Ireland
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Rough weather training

If i was local to Redbay i would blag a ride on the 1050 with Tom as driver in a F8.

I think you would have learned all there is to know about heavy weather handling by the time you would have gotten to Rathlin.


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Old 01 October 2011, 16:53   #12
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for rough weather id go to MRI at Stonehaven they do it for a living. rough weather is very different to high speed work so I think you should think about two seperate courses and i'd definitely get my high speed course through neil holmes

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Old 02 October 2011, 08:14   #13
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Sorry for the confusion, when i stud rough weather/high speed course i meant two separate stand alone courses ! I appreciate all the recommendations so for

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