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MAAC R/C Scale Aerobatic Nationals 2007 Toronto
Compétition Nationale Aérobatique à l'Échelle 2007 Toronto
August 17th, 18th, and 19th at the RC400 Club, Cookstown, Ontario

A MAAC approved national event
CD: Dave Dietrich ddiet8716@rogers.com
CD: Sam Filippelli sam@samsrc.com
CD: James Bisson jamesjr@bissonmufflers.com

CD: Bob Hudson bob@rcflier.com

Don’t miss the noontime
Freestyle Competition!



Pre-Registration is $50.00 can until July 15, 2007. After July 15, 2007 the price will be $75.00, and you will not receive an event shirt

Registration will be closed as of Midnight July 31, 2007

will be filming on location!

Additional information is also available at:

A Banquet is scheduled for Friday Aug 17, 2007 at the West River Event Centre 2839 Rutherford Rd, Vaughan, Ontario

(Bring your family and friends for an evening of good food, fun and great prizes!)

Gourmet Barbeque dinner will be available Sat Aug 18, 2007 on the field

(Stay after the flying is done for a barbeque served on the field)

Thanks to all our Great Sponsors!

 Krill Models has donated two planes: a 28% Katana will be raffled off and a 33% Katana will be offered as a pilots’ draw for all registered pilots

    Desert Aircraft has donated a DA-100cc motor and apparel

           Bisson Custom Mufflers will be sponsoring the  open bar Friday night at the banquet. So please have a drink on the Bissons!
(remember to drink responsibly)

                  Great Hobbies is a major sponsor!


Ideal Hobbies is a major sponsor!

Great Sponsors!








Food and Beverages will be available on site both Sat and Sunday. Friday there will be food catered in for all the pilots.
Location: The Club 400 field is located at Hwy 400 and Hwy 89. Exit Hwy 400 at Hwy 89, turn west to the 5th Concession, and turn south.  The field is located a ¼ mile south on the east side of the 5th Concession. Ample parking. The field will be available all week for practice and setup. On-site camping is available, with no hookups.
IMAC Classes: All IMAC classes will be flown Basic, Sportsman, Intermediate, Advanced, and Unlimited.
Unknowns: One round of unknowns will be flown by all classes, except Basic.
Freestyle: A freestyle contest will be flown on both Sat. Aug. 18th and Sun. Aug. 19th at noontime.
Awards: There will be awards for 1st, 2nd and 3rd in all classes, and for 1st and 2nd in freestyle
Points: All points will count towards the Ontario points championship and North Central Region IMAC points championship.
Rules: 2007 MAAC Scale Aerobatic Rules and 2007 IMAC Rules will apply.
Pre-registration: Pre-registration is now available at:

Want to help out?We are looking for volunteers to help out with various aspects of the NATS. (flight line, impound, etc.) If anyone is interested in helping, please contact:
Sam Filippelli
Dave Dietrich ddiet8716@rogers.com

Hotel Info:
Motel 400 (2 stars) (2 minutes from the field)
3503 Highway 89, Cookstown, ON L0L 1L0, Canada        
(705) 458-4352 

Monte Carlo Vaughan Suites (South of the field) 
705 Applewood Cres, Vaughan, Ontario L4K 5W8, Canada
North East to:(Hwy #7 & Hwy #400)
Tel: (905) 761-7170, Fax: (905) 761-1579

Courtyard Marriot (South of the field)
150 Interchange Way, Vaughan, Ontario L4K 5P7
(905) 660-9938 Toll Free: 1 866 239-3202

Hilton Garden Inn Vaughan (South of the field)
3201 Highway 7 West, Vaughan, Ontario L4K 5Z7
(905) 660-4700

Travelodge Barrie (North of the field)
55 Hart Dr, Barrie, ON L4N 5M3, CA
Phone: 705-734-9500 * Fax: 705-734-0622                  

Best Western Royal Oak Inn (North of the field)  
35 Hart Dr., Barrie, ON L4N 5M3, Canada 
(705) 721-4848 

Holiday Inn Express Hotel (North of the field)                                    
506 Bryne Dr., Barrie, ON L4N 9P6,  Canada
(705) 725-1002 

Things to do in Toronto

For pilots who are considering bringing their families or wives, Toronto is a great place to vacation with many things for them to see and do.

If you stay at the hotels that are south of the field near the banquet hall you will pass on the way to the field:

-Canada’s Wonderland – Huge Amusement park and Water Park: drop them off on the way to the field and pick them up on the way back:

-Vaughan Mills Mall: This is a huge mall with many shops: http://www.vaughanmills.com/static/node959.jsp
-Cookstown Manufacturer’s Outlet Mall: Across from the field: http://www.cookstownoutletmall.ca/

Short drive to downtown Toronto and GTA (Greater Toronto Area)

-Toronto Tourism: http://www.torontotourism.com/Visitor/WhatToSeeAndDo
-CN Tower: tallest freestanding structure in the world: http://www.cntower.ca/portal/
-Ontario Place: amusements, rides, water park: http://www.ontarioplace.com/en/
-Centerville Toronto Islands:
-ROM: Royal Ontario Museum: http://www.rom.on.ca/
-AGO: Art Gallery of Ontario: http://www.ago.net/navigation/flash/frameset.cfm
-Metro Toronto Zoo: http://www.torontozoo.com/
-Toronto Eaton Center: shopping center: http://www.torontoeatoncentre.com/home/index.ch2
-Yorkdale Shopping centre: http://www.yorkdale.com/
-Ontario Science Centre: http://www.ontariosciencecentre.ca/
-World class live theatres: http://www.showmetoronto.com/toronto_theatres.htm

Short drive from the field:

-Barrie Tourism: http://www.city.barrie.on.ca/Content.cfm?C=127&SC=1&SCM=0&MI=38&L1M=38
-Lake Simcoe: a beautiful, clean lake with many beaches to swim at.

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