- David Blundell
- Red Bull Air Race World Championship 2009 - Barcelona
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- Flying at speeds reaching 370 km/hr (230 mph) and pulling up to 12 gs, the pilots navigate unique and demanding race tracks, negotiating their way through 20-metre high inflatable air gates in their bid to become the 2009 Red Bull Air Race World Champion.
The Final Red Bull Air Race from Lausitz 2010-08-09
A summary of the sixth and final round of the 2010 Red Bull Air Race World Championship. Hannes Arch came first, Paul Bonhomme second but still managed to retained his World Title.
Red Bull Air Race pilots thank lucky numbers 2010-04-29
SALZBURG, Austria – For some pilots in the Red Bull Air Race World Championship the number they sport on their race plane has special significance and is often linked to an inspiring hero or a family...
Arch wins Air Race in Perth 2010-04-18
Hannes Arch has won the Red Bull Air Race with Matt Hall of Australia getting a career-best second place in front of an enormous crowd of 140,000 watching from the banks of the Swan River in Perth,...
Britain’s Paul Bonhomme won the 2009 Red Bull Air Race World Championship on Sunday with a thrilling victory in the final race of the season in Barcelona in front of a record crowd of 800,000...
Flying at speeds reaching 370 km/hr (230 mph) and pulling up to 12 gs, the pilots will navigate...Go To Event