First, congratualulations to Brian Wolfe, the winner of the second round of the T3 Contest. Now it's time for Round 3.
This round's objective is to break the Stanford team's UAV altitude record of 7,142 feet by doing at least 24 circles with a 300ft climb and descent in each, as shown above. (This won't really beat his official record, because there won't be an official judge there. But you'll get bragging rights, at least).
The winner will have the highest cumulative altitude, but anyone who exceeds 7,142 feet will win a prize.
As usual, you must submit a KML track and video in the comments below. Evidence that fun was had is welcome (and may influence Gary's point assignment blackmagic equation), but is not required.
Deadline is Midnight PST on November 29th.