^ So he approved of the planned procedure for locking off the system before racing. Thanks. Do you also take that to mean NZL5 is using an adjustable rudder stock - or was he merely commenting on the principle as it might apply to other teams? Do you have a link to the comments?
It would seem...
Didn't ETNZ put it better to the IJ?
(e) Alternatively, the Jury finds that the existing Class Rule coexist with the safety
plan and orders Competitors to comply with both the existing Class Rule and the
safety plan. In the event of any inconsistency or conflict between the safety...
You can say that again!
Now back to my question. Yes we know what OTUSA is/were doing with their 'motors', are ETNZ/LR moving their fixed stabilisers via the bearings/rudderstocks? What makes you think they are/need to/would benefit from?
Come to think of it someone said GD? had discussed how...
Rewriting history again SR - just as you tried to do for months with ETNZ appeal to the IJ over MC's foil (mis-) interpretation, not to mention your heroic efforts over the last weeks!
Why don't we just make it a truism of 34th AC that ETNZ cause all the problems - and then get lucky in front...
^ as their AOA is trim-able
Just as a matter of interest, we know AR and OTUSA have used trimtabs, we know OTUSA has been moving their rudder stock with motors. Have ETNZ or LR had either of these 'adaptions'.
We know this how?