Roger Dickson is 82. He made his first flight with Alan Cobham's Circus in 1932. He has over 8,000 hours in aircraft and gliders in his logbooks. As an exhibition organiser, he has attended every SBAC Air Show, starting at Radlett in 1947. A road accident in 1995 resulted in amputation of his right forearm, but he has continued flying with a special prosthetic. He flies his CAP-10, including aerobatics, from Gamston and also maintains a current Instrument Rating. He is actively involved with the British Disabled Pilots Association.
Cowburn & Kay Old & Bold Trophy