Paul, So now spotting gives WRTC points? Nope. Then why the No. 1 spotted
team R36F dropped to place 26? Your logic makes no sense.
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>> There was no impact, Rob. LU5DX has decided to create
>> a controversy where none exists,
> No impact - where the number of spots for each team
> varied from 1 to 121? Of course there was an impact.
> Look at the results. A single additional spot for
> ES5TV/ES2RR could have made them winners. One fewer
> spot for RW1AC/RA1AIP could have dropped them to
> second place.
> Spotting is the most significant unregulated factor in
> preventing WRTC being a true measure of the operating
> skills of each team.
> Can it be regulated? If not, we will have the same
> controversy next time.
> Paul EI5DI
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