Did anyone get any video of that plane tying the low altitude record right behind me as I walked towards the flight line with my 3D on Saturday? It was super close and would've been some good footage. There were some guys around with a 360 camera but I didn't get to ask them where I should look for their footage.
Howdy. I see you've been with the forum for several months but I don't see anything about you. How about a little about yourself? How did you get interested in the hobby and how long have you been in it? Where in the world do you fly? Do you have any favorite models or current builds?
It was a great location and a great show. I just do not know if they got the turn out they needed. Also, at FliteFest South (Florida), I had time to talk to Josh and it is his plan to have the non-Ohio FliteFest move around so more people will have a chance to attend at least one FliteFest without driving long distances at some point. I suspect that there will be another FliteFest Florida at Lake Wales but that may not happen for a couple years.
jaredstrees, I am 4 to 5 hours (just over 300 miles) south of you and I have yet to miss a FliteFest in Ohio. Yes, it is hard (about 24 hours of driving taking me about 2 full days each way) but I have made it a priority and am happy to do it every year. I'd be happy to have you and/or French ride up with me and sleep in my RV at the event.
I am pretty sure there will not be a 3rd FliteFest this year. It is very hard for them to do remote FliteFests. This year, the "south" FliteFest is Texas.