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well in the time I have been here, closest aircraft trap I have seen was Jupiter. Today however... It has come to Port St Lucie. 95 southbound just north of st lucie west.

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Wonder how that works? The plane always seems to do its' 360's in a left hand pattern. That would suggest either the pilot is looking down and reporting, or that someone is in the back seat doing it? Either way it would seem the safest way would be to have someone in the right seat doing the spotting/reporting. Strange.
 

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Wonder how that works? The plane always seems to do its' 360's in a left hand pattern. That would suggest either the pilot is looking down and reporting, or that someone is in the back seat doing it? Either way it would seem the safest way would be to have someone in the right seat doing the spotting/reporting. Strange.
There could be two pilots or people, or maybe a training mission, or maybe they have a instructor or commercial pilot doing the flying and just somebody else riding.

As a flight instructor, I almost always fly from the right seat anyways. It's always cool to let the other person do some flying in the left seat, even if it's just for fun, they get a thrill and have a story to tell.
 

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N610HP another of the FHP planes just flew into the Stuart airport. I wonder if it's going to be a very aircraft vascar trappy holiday weekend in my area. I'm begining to think so. :)
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Highwayradar has this dialed in nicely :)

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well in the time I have been here, closest aircraft trap I have seen was Jupiter. Today however... It has come to Port St Lucie. 95 southbound just north of st lucie west.

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Ty Jason.
Going to see how my system is holding up. And most importantly I'm ready to buy tmg new CPU and vpr head for front and rear....but my car is pretty solid so I need to justify spending more money for a gun I never run into....Dala dragon, tss...mostly stalker lr, rlr, XLR. Between st Lucie and boca Raton.
If my system is still rock solid I may leave it....I'm hoping jag will take care of me on a possible swap out upgrade... i need to see vpr is working....ty Jason
 

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well now this is interesting:

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Now N610 HP has joined the party so that is N610HP and N706HP they are both circling the same vascar trap simultaneously. I have NEVER seen that before in a vascar trap. With both flying there is almost always one flying along southbound above the measurement zone... while the other is looping back north to the start of the trap. They did this for a bit then N610 departed westbound... interesting.
 

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