Tutorials

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Here is a list of tutorials and helpful articles to help you get started. More helpful community driven tutorials can be found in the forum section found here

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How to join FlightClub MultiGP Chapter

FlightClub Auckland has a chapter on MultiGP and we hold regular Saturday FunFlys as well as a once a month friendly tournament. To Join and register for our Race Days you will first need to join our Chapter. Find out how to do that below!

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How to Register for a race in MultiGP

Listed on the FlightClub Auckland MultiGP page under EVENTS you will see a list of planned events open to FlightClub members.

To register for that event click on join

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How to check in for a race

We operate MultiGP as our real time frequency checker on field. In order to ensure accuracy of this system, it is important that you ONLY check in once you reach the field. At the time of checking in it will allocate your frequency and also let you know if someone else will be sharing a channel with you. This then gives us a real time update of all the pilots currently on the field and the frequencies in use.

Note: if you check in and there is no one on your frequency, this does not mean your frequency is open for the day. It is highly likely someone will check in shortly, then may share that frequency with you.

If you do check in and find you are sharing a frequency, you must let that person know.

To check in just click the button checkin

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