AWS 35 - Pontefract - 17th July 2011

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Re: AWS 35 - Pontefract - 17th July 2011

Post by bitternboy » Mon Jul 18, 2011 8:13 am

What can I say that hasn't been said already? :D
Thankyou to everyone who organised the event, congratulations to Andy, Will, Dan etc. and I hope the follow up AWS would do well to be half as spectacular :)
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Re: AWS 35 - Pontefract - 17th July 2011

Post by Craig_Anto3 » Mon Jul 18, 2011 11:24 am

Scrap Mamba was an outright success ... no wait the other one......

I loved it so much I've ordered the parts for a new Scrap Mamba

I really enjoyed the event and can't wait to host my 5th AWS this time in Bristol, so proud that Anto won something, with Jonny driving, few improvements to make on Anto regarding its tail, was glad to see no one got under it as well.

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Re: AWS 35 - Pontefract - 17th July 2011

Post by teamocean » Mon Jul 18, 2011 11:33 am

I would just like to add my thanks to Joey, Dave an co. for a great event- well worth the many hours spent on trains and waiting at stations to get there.

Well done to Andy for winning yet another AWS and to all the newcomers who did very well this time.

I had mixed luck with mine- Tempest got pretty well smashed by Complexity and I ran out of time and patience to fix it- Inertia had a couple of issues but I managed to fix them but it lost to two very good machines.

Quake and Tesla however did far better than I expected- making both finals and even winning the fleas which was very unexpected!

Thanks again for a great event and see you all in Bristol for AWS 36 and in Reading for AWS37 when I will be hosting
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Re: AWS 35 - Pontefract - 17th July 2011

Post by the16henry16 » Mon Jul 18, 2011 11:40 am

thanks everyone for a great evnt lol bullseye survived 3 mins with kwijibo or how u spell it :) great fights guys hope i can come to bristol (and bullseyes scoop not lower then the robot :D)
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Re: AWS 35 - Pontefract - 17th July 2011

Post by Anoptimistprime » Mon Jul 18, 2011 12:04 pm

Craig_Anto3 wrote:Scrap Mamba was an outright success ... no wait the other one......




was glad to see no one got under it as well.
first statement i agree with

second one though
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Re: AWS 35 - Pontefract - 17th July 2011

Post by Remote-Controlled Dave » Mon Jul 18, 2011 12:28 pm

I'm going to start typing out the results into an Excel file in a minute. When its done, whats the best way to upload them to here? Simple copy and paste? Upload a picture of the file? Or is there some other way of uploading an Excel file to the net?
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Re: AWS 35 - Pontefract - 17th July 2011

Post by Jonny » Mon Jul 18, 2011 3:16 pm

wht=at a great event! :D thanks to everyone who helped organise and run the event and congratulations who all that won something :)
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Re: AWS 35 - Pontefract - 17th July 2011

Post by haz » Mon Jul 18, 2011 5:36 pm

here is my video for anyone who is interested:

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Re: AWS 35 - Pontefract - 17th July 2011

Post by BeligerAnt » Mon Jul 18, 2011 5:51 pm

Dave26 wrote:I'm going to start typing out the results into an Excel file in a minute. When its done, whats the best way to upload them to here? Simple copy and paste? Upload a picture of the file? Or is there some other way of uploading an Excel file to the net?
Dave, best way is to print the file to PDF. There are various free PDF packages which install as a printer.
Alternatively Excel may be able to export as HTML, but knowing MS the file will be massively bloated.
If you can't/don't want to do the PDF thing, you can email me the Excel file and I can PDF it for you.
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