A total loss of engine power due to the pilot’s failure to premix the two-cycle oil/gasoline mixture, which resulted in a forced landing in a field and collision with terrain.
The improper fuel management that resulted in fuel starvation and the loss of engine power.
The pilot’s inadequate preflight inspection which resulted in a failure of the right main landing gear tire on landing rollout, a subsequent loss of directional control, and landing gear collapse.
The pilot’s failure to maintain directional control during landing on a highway, which resulted in an impact with terrain and subsequent nose over.
My advice to all who have or will experience metal contamination in an engine: Replace the oil cooler and hoses rather than taking a chance.
A runway incursion, which resulted in a go-around, and subsequent forced landing when the airplane was not able to climb at a rate sufficient to clear approaching rising terrain.
The pilot’s failure to maintain a proper glidepath during final approach for landing, which resulted in impact with trees and terrain.
A loss of control while practicing an aerodynamic stall, which resulted in a spin and impact with terrain.
The flight instructor and student pilot’s inadequate preflight performance planning which resulted in a takeoff attempt with insufficient available runway, a loss of control, and impact with terrain.