We are happy to announce the new edition of the Montegrappa Trophy competition that’s going to take place in Romano d’Ezzelino (north-east Italy) over the Easter weekend, 9-13 April, 2020.
There are places for up to 150 pilots in the competition, which is also a round of the Italian Nationals.
The skies of the lovely area of Monte Grappa and the Veneto foothills will once again be the setting for this competition, renown to be one of the most important of the international calendar.
Three are the official takeoffs, which will be chosen based on weather conditions, and three are the landing areas. Clouds of multicolored wings will take off either from Panettone (near Cima Grappa), Col Campeggia or Rubbio-Brombe in Marostica towards the waypoints of the defined daily tasks and then to the official landings. The headquarter is moved to a new sporting area in Romano D’Ezzelino, where a dedicated landing area is being prepared for the occasion and will be used together with the already known landings in Semonzo (Paradiso and Garden Relais).
The winner of the task will be the athlete who will score the lowest time, while the final ranking will be determined by the sum of the results of the five days of competition.
The pre-registrations will open on December, 14th 2019 on airtribune.com.