Finnish team successful at the F3A European Championships 2014

The Finnish national team for RC-aerobatics has been successful at the F3A European Championships in Liechtenstein. Several times Finnish and Nordic Champion Lassi Nurila made history by being the first Finnish pilot ever to reach the European championship finals. After the two knowns and two unknown schedules, Lassi’s final placing was 7th.

Also the other team members succeeded. Janne Lappi reached the semifinals in his first ever major international F3A event. Janne’s final placing was 25th. Antti Aho-Mantila, who also acted as the team manager, placed 44th. In the team ranking Finland was 6th.

The competition was won by Stefan Kaiser from the host country, Liechtenstein. Christophe Paysant Le-Roux from France came second and Gernot Bruckmann from Austria third. Austria also took the team gold by having 3 pilots in the finals, Switzerland second, France third.

There were 68 competitors for 24 nations taking part in the contest.

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Ranking Preliminary

Ranking SemiFinals

Ranking Finals

Ranking Team

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