2019 Red Bull Air Race World Championship
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The Red Bull Air Race World Championship takes aviation to the ultimate level with high flying and extreme speed challenges that only the most elite pilots from around the world can handle. Since , the Red Bull Air Race World Championship has become a beloved spectacle for aviation enthusiasts and extreme sports fans alike. This adrenaline packed event is the fastest race in the world, and the fastest race in the sky. An exciting season awaits for New aircraft innovations are entering the stage, promising the most exhilarating showdowns yet. Michael Goulian was born into aviation and destined to be a pilot. Having learned to fly before he could drive a car, Michael became the youngest pilot ever to win the National Advanced Aerobatic Championship at the ripe age of
Fourteen of the planet's best air race pilots, including new World Champion Martin Sonka, will spark their campaign for the overall title with the traditional season opener in Abu Dhabi, UAE, on February. A September return to Japan's passionate fans in Chiba is next, before the raceplanes will remain in Asia for the sixth showdown of the season that is yet to be revealed. The rivalries will intensify as Indianapolis Motor Speedway hosts the penultimate race on the calendar. Once again, pilots will vie to add their names to the racetrack's renowned legacy, as well as to clinch some of the last World Championship points available. Ultimately, the excitement will peak at a season finale like no other: The World Champion will be crowned at the first Red Bull Air Race ever to be held in Saudi Arabia. Find out more HERE. Race News.
Red Bull Air Race World Championship
The Red Bull Air Race , established in and created by Red Bull GmbH , is an international series of air races in which competitors have to navigate a challenging obstacle course in the fastest time. Pilots fly individually against the clock and have to complete tight turns through a slalom course consisting of pylons, known as "Air Gates"., An exceptional opportunity in this area is provided by the Red Bull Air Race World Championship series which is organized by the Austrian energy drinks company Red Bull. The international competition involves single-engine, propeller-driven airplanes racing at spectacular speed through an aerial track marked by inflatable pylons and demands maximum concentration, precision and physical fitness from the pilots.