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The event ceased in that format in 1956 due to the fuel shortage with events taking place in the Middle East, as coaches were deployed to take and collect athletes to and from the various changeover points of which there were four around the Outer Circle course.
Additional navigation information that was not included in previous FliteDeck Pro versions is now noted on-screen, including intersection formations, distance between VORs, changeover points and signal gaps.
Armstrong proceeded to haul the leaders back and by the time he reached the changeover point he had moved through to 11th position after clocking 12:37.
Normally, we use 55-57 (Rockwell) as the changeover point from carbide blades to diamond grit.
Under the official weight-for-age scale, which alters at half-monthly intervals, the allowance for three-year-olds was 13lb on Tuesday but 12lb on Wednesday, the changeover point.
Uranus brings excitement but some added pressures, too, but once you get through a changeover point around May, you'll make progress.
What's more, parcels are scanned at every changeover point during the journey, so it's simple for customers to remain fully informed.
At one point things looked really bad for Waugh when he was asked by course marshals to leave the course, but he wasn't having any of it and though he was practically down to walking pace, decided to see it out and battle on all the way to the changeover point.