- differential in loop size
- evenly spaced kites during whole figure (including landing!)
IN is called when all kites fly, evenly spaced, on a horizontal line at ^50; when Kite 1 is more then 20% from centre window. All kites simultaneously fly a loop (circle) with a diameter of approximately 15%. After that all continue on the horizontal line at ^50, until kite one reaches >50. All kites then fly a loop with a diameter of approximately 40%. All kites follow Kite 1, flying a curve downwards until flying on a horizontal line at ^10. When Kite 1 is more then 40% from centre window it performs a landing. Each kite lands in turn, each one flying over the already landed ones. The method of landing should be the same for all kites; landings should be performed without rolls or spins.