Squadron Leader Dan Kehoe, also a glider pilot, will perform the five-minute display over the clubhouse in his PC-9/A.
“It’ll be low-level aerobatics,” Sqn Ldr Kehoe said.
“I’ll be pulling between 6 G and negative 2 G. Right at the start I’ll depart controlled flight, which sounds worse than it is,” he said.
“Loops, inverted passes, stall turns. You can do these things in gliders!”
Picture: Michael Green/Department of Defence
“I’m enjoying it. I like the challenge,” Sqn Ldr Kehoe said.
“I find it just as challenging to do low-level aeros as I do to hold a thermal!”
“It’s raw flying, and gliding teaches fundamental skills every pilot needs,” the 36-year-old said.
“I’ve noticed you feel the aircraft a lot more. I’ve never felt myself move in the seat so much.”
The show will last approximately five minutes, and there will be good views from the clubhouse, as well as from the airfield in general.
The general public are welcome to come along and watch, and everyone is advised to gather by about 10.30am for the show at 10.45am.
Teams are reminded to hand their flags into the office, and winning teams also need to provide their national anthem.
Contest director Terry Cubley said he was looking forward to the aerobatic display, and explained what would happen at the ceremony.
“Well obviously have a podium there for first, second and third place,” Mr Cubley said.
“We’ll go through awards for each of the winners and the first 10 places get a prize in each class.
“A few dignitaries will hand out the prizes, including a team cup, and we’ll have a few speeches of course.”
The Roulette Solo show takes place at 10.45am, and the closing ceremony starts at 1100.
It will be streamed live via www.wgc2017.com.