- having the centre of the large circle, and the "touching point" of the two small circles at the same spot
- the loops being circles
IN is called at <40 ^90. The top small loop (diameter approximately 40%) is flown first. The large loop has an 80% diameter. The bottom of the large - and the small lower - circle are 10% off the ground. OUT is called >40. During the whole figure the kite flies with its top in the flying direction (so the lines will be twisted three times!).