Three Brunel students took the top prizes at the Red Bull Paper Wings competition held at Brunel on Monday 2 March.
Hazem Radi, an engineering student (20) won the Longest Airtime competition with a time of 3.82 seconds, while Rajeev Morar (23) who studies Accounting was the winner of the Aerobatics with a score of seven.
Gabriele Morocutti (25), who studies Motorsport Engineering, rounded off the winners list after winning the Longest Distance event, launching his paper plane a distance of 31.75m.
After all the UK qualifiers are complete, Red Bull will select the pilot who has the best score in each category to fly off to HANGAR-7 in Salzburg, Austria on the 8th May to represent the UK.
The last Red Bull Paper Wings competition was held in 2012, with qualifiers being held in 83 different countries involving 37k student pilots, while a Guinness World Record of 69.9m for the longest distance flown by a paper plane was set.
All three Brunelians will be keeping their fingers crossed that Red Bull will be calling them on April 1st to select them as their UK champions.