After eight racing days WWGC Husbands Bosworth concluded with champions declared in 18M Standard and Club classes.
18 M Class
1 Anne Ducarouge
2 Mélanie Gadoulet
3 Alena Netusilova
1 Cornelia Schaich
2 Sabrina Vogt
3 Jana Veprekova
1 Petra Piskata
2 Claudia Hill
3 Ines Engelhardt
Husbands Bosworth Airfield is the northern part of an old WW2 airfield laid to grass – the airfield is 505ft AMSL. The local area is gentle rolling landscape with numerous landable areas around it.
The contest area spans England from Wales to East Anglia and from the south coast to the north of England.
The bulk of the contest area is flatland, largely arable or mixed farming, or rolling hills and ridges with mixed agriculture and woodland. To the west there are larger hills and mountains to over 1,000m, which can be reached in stronger conditions.
Typical flatland in the Midlands and Southern England.
East Anglia is largely arable with some intensive vegetable crops
Photo Justin Craig
In good conditions we will task into the higher ridges to the west, in Shropshire and South Wales.
Photo Ed Foxon