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First taking place in 2003 the Red Bull Air Race features twelve pilots who turns in a race against the clock, all looking to record the best time and take home the championship title. If you hope to see high flying excitement you have certainly come to the correct spot in the Red Bull Air Race. The series of races have grown to be astonishingly popular over the decade plus since it was held and are now broadcast both in the U.S. and internationally. Having garnered the the attention of fans all over the planet, tickets to be in the stands for a Red Bull Air Race are constantly in high demand so make sure you yours from StubHub as soon as possible before they are all sold out.
There are a couple of thrilling Red Bull Air Race events coming up in the coming months, the first being a race at Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth, Texas on Sunday, September 27th. Texas Motor Speedway is famous across the planet as a race track and is well worth your time just to check out the grounds any time of the year, but especially whenever the Red Bull Air Race World Championships are taking place. The following upcoming Red Bull Air Race event will be on October 17th and 18th at Las Vegas Motor Speedway in Las Vegas, Nevada. A vacation to Sin City is always an incredible trip so even if you have to travel some distance to catch this race, you will certainly be rewarded for your time with a weekend in Vegas replete with thrilling air racing. More dates are constantly being added so continue to check out the Red Bull Air Races schedule here on StubHub to see when a race will take place near you.
Red Bull Air Race History
The Red Bull Air Race World Championships were originally held back in 2003 and were instantly a big hit. The races are held at a variety of venues all over the world and offer qualifying races on the first day followed by knock out round races on the second day. Winning a race requires not only speed, but skill, and precision and feature all of the top pilots on the planet. The idea for the races first came up when the braintrust in the Red Bull Sports department figured out that they needed to bring an exciting and new sport to the world that would help promote the brand's reputation. In 2011 the Red Bull Air Race World Championships were sadly canceled as the organizers attempted to come up with better safety measures and to rearrange the races. The Red Bull Air Races were eventually held once again in 2014 much to the thrill of flying fans all over the world who had been longing for the return of one of their favorite sports.
If you thought drinking Red Bull gave you energy, just wait until you are in the stands for the Red Bull Air Race World Championships watching many of the world's best pilots careen around the course looking to record the best time. From the moment qualifying begins to the close of the last race, the entire course is swelling with adrenaline and the nervous energy is not just limited to the pilots but also takes over every spectator as well. Each pilot lays it all on the line looking to speed through the course as quickly as they can without picking up a dreaded penalty flag. There is a reason that the Red Bull Air Race World Championships have grown in popularity so quickly and it is because there are few other events in the world of sports that can come close to matching the excitement of seeing pilots pull off unbelievable tricks as they speed by. One trip to the Red Bull Air Race World Championships will have yo a fan for life. Maybe you have watched some of the events on TV but that does not come close to the experience of witnessing he Red Bull Air Race World Championships in person.
The pilots racing in the Red Bull Air Race World Championships are among the top stunt pilots in the world and they are constantly looking to put on a thrilling performance for their fans. There is a huge amount of pride surrounding these games and none of the pilots are going to settle for a second place finish. Every pilot must take part in two days of training prior to the qualifying races of the contest. Twelve pilots will then go head to head against one another with the fastest eight advancing to the Super 8. The Super 8 round decides who will take part in the Final Four round which determines the winner. The order in which the pilots race is based on the final standings of the prior year with the top pilot going first.
After taking off three years, the Red Bull Air Race World Championships finally came back on February 28, 2014 with a race in Abu Dhabi.
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