The Red Bull Air Race Says Thank You

The pilots and members of the Race Committee offer their thanks


Behind the scenes: Race Teams

Behind the scenes: Race Control

It's a class act at Indy

Carol Vorderman goes for a spin

Building a race airport

Besenyei honoured by Red Bull Air Race

Bergér bows out as most successful Challenger

The Difficulty Of Becoming A Back-To-Back Champ

Ten Things To Know About Ben Murphy

Can Muroya Make Amends In Chiba?

A Day In The Life Of An Air Race Pilot

Can Hall Win It All?

10 biggest stories of 2019

Hall’s Long Journey To World Champion

Hall's Dream Comes True

Muroya Delivers For The Home Crowd

The Perfect Ending

Chiba 2019 – Round Of 14

Tech Talk: Engine Cooling

The MX and the Red Bull Air Race

Flying on the Edge

Evolution of the raceplane

Winglet refresh

Updates from the Race Airport – Indianapolis

What It Takes to Fly
the Red Bull Air Race

Uncover the skills needed to compete in the red bull air race

Fitness and resilience: The pilots experience
up to 10x more G-force than a F1 driver
Plane gforce
Roll rate
Power and precision: raceplanes roll at 420
degrees a second! The pilots need to be level
through the pylons in 0.02s
Plane roll rate
Ground speed
Focus and intuition: Flying 15m above ground
at 370km/h requires lightning reflexes and
reactions within 0.001s
Plane ground speed