I’m involved with the development of an AHRS data logger to help bobsled coaches to evaluate the performance of the athletes/drivers. I think that a model aircraft could be a good test bed for the logger if it could be programmed to fly a highly dynamic course similar to the path of a bobsled track. A bobsled run is about a mile long, takes about a minute to complete and has 15 to 20 turns. The bobsled reaches speeds of about 80 mph with g-loads up to 5 gs in the final turns. Any thoughts will be greatly appreciated.