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Special Rules and Routing Posted

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Hi all,The Special Rules and Routing for 2008 have been posted on the RTWR website (www.fsrtwrace.com/rules.htm).I'm just formatting the FAQ now (easier said than done for an HTML novice). It will be up in a few hours.I'll also reply to this thread with text versions of the rules.Best of luck on preparations!Cheers,Matt SmithRTWR Executive Committee

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Yes. We heard that teams were scrambling to plan with only 24 hours, and with the race starting fairly early on Saturday this year (Friday being a workday in the US and Europe) we wanted to be sure everyone had plenty of time to game things out.Best,Matt SmithRTWR Executive Committee

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Attached are text versions of the rules and FAQ. The tables may be a little hard to read, but it's difficult to render them in .txt.Best,Matt SmithRTWR Executive Committee

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Here's a PDF version of the rules document.Easier to read than plain text.Had to scrap the banner, OpenOffice didn't want to show it.And yes, I know I made a typo in the filename :)

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Two things have been brought to my attention:(1) There is a typo (Mike's fault I'm sure :-)) about an airport in the Atlantic South #2 CorridorThe correct airport is Sao Tome International, Sao Tome, Sao Tome and Principe - ICAO FPSTThe correct corridor is FPST-FHAW-SBNT(2) The link for the Antarctica AFCADs for FS2004 and FSX is not working correctly. The files are here:http://www.flightsim2004-fanatics.com/Flig...ca_Airports.zipI want to STRONGLY CAUTION teams to look at the airports.They can be extremely challenging/ messed up in some mesh and FS version configurations.Also - make sure you test landing - my experience is planes slightly off the runway, or on a snow runway, can take 5 or 10 times normal stopping distance.

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