Our first visit to Lasham rewarded us with amazing conditions, a total of 45,569k an Enterprise record with one welcome rest day!. Justin Wills won 3 days so did local weatherman David Masson who managed 786k on a day rated by some as the best of the year with enterprising pilots going in all directions, from Bembridge, Ringmer and Parham in the south to Long Mynd and Talgarth to the west and Hus Bos to the north plus some went well into East Anglia. No one tried the cross channel task but in retrospect it could have been on. David was the overall winner just ahead of Justin with Bill Payton 3rd. The Blunt Nails and John Cadman trophies went to local Adrian Emck who managed over 500k in his K6e and landed on an island in the river Thames! The Enterprise Turbo Trophy for the most enterprising soaring flight after using the engine went to Tony Moulang.The following 2 articles were published in S & G Vol 61 no.6 Dec 2010/Jan 2011 and are accounts of 2 Competition Enterprise first-timers from Lasham. David Masson who won the week and Adrian who won the John Cadman trophy for most enterprising flight of the week and the Blunt Nails trophy for best wooden ship performance.