Awards


Awards

The P-Prop has, over the years, established itself as a winner amongst pilots throughout the aviation world. In terms of performance, smoothness and quietness it is often the desirable choice for the keen aviator.

Here is a short list of some of the awards won by pilots flying the P-Prop:
Year Aircraft Award Pilot Comments
   
1988 Trike World Altitude Record Mike Blyth Mike Blyth was propelled to achieve a record altitude of 25,013 feet ASL with a P-Prop being the force behind the engine. Unfortunately the record was beaten before it could get officially placed in the record books.
1989 KR2 Margate, S.A. EAA winner Tony v/d Heuvel  
1990 Trike Margate EAA multiple winner Martin Clarke  
1991 KR2 Margate EAA Grand Champion Dave King  
1992 Tipsy Nipper Margate EAA Grand Champion Glen Ray  
1992 Trike Microlight World Champion Mike Blyth The P-Prop powered the overall winner of the World Microlight Championships in Spain (1992). Mike Blyth won with more than 1000 points ahead of his nearest rival.
1994 Trike Microlight World Champion Mike Blyth  
1996 Trike S.A. National Champion Moorress du Toit  
1998 Trike Microlight World Champion Mike Blyth  
1996 Trike S.A. National Champion Bill Anderson