Air Race World Championship – Red Bull 2018
Air Race world Championship is also known as Red Bull Air Race, established in 2003 by Red Bull GmbH. It’s a international competition for finding best pilot in the world. In this pilot have to fly individually in minimum time and complete the tight turns called Air Gates.
Arena of Air Race World
Generally it held over water near cities but some times it held at air fields or natural wonders.
Days of Air Race World
Races are usually flown on weekends with the first day for qualification then knockout finals the day after.
Broadcasting Air Race world Championship
The Red Bull Air Race World Championship is broadcast live and globally on Red Bull TV.
History of Air Race world Championship
In 2001 Red Bull think tank decided to start a new sports event across the world, to find a world’s best pilot who not having speed, also precision and skills.
First Champion Pilot of the Air Race Championship
First was held in 2004 where Mike Mangold crowned as First Air Race Championship.
Second was Péter Besenyei and third was Kirby Chambliss.
Year wise Champion Pilot of Air Race Championship
Winner of the Red Bull Air Race World
Challenger Class till date
|2014||Czech Republic Petr Kopfstein||France François Le Vot|
|2015||France Mikaël Brageot||France Mikaël Brageot|
|2016||Germany Florian Bergér||Germany Florian Bergér|
|2017||Germany Florian Bergér||Germany Florian Bergér|
Most Winner of the Air Race World from 2004
Elite/Master Class – Most wins
|1||United Kingdom Paul Bonhomme||19|
|2||Austria Hannes Arch||11|
|3||United States Kirby Chambliss||10|
|4||United States Mike Mangold||9|
|5||Hungary Péter Besenyei||8|
|6||Australia Matt Hall||6|
|7||France Nicolas Ivanoff||5|
|Japan Yoshihide Muroya||5|
|Czech Republic Martin Šonka||5|
|10||Germany Matthias Dolderer||3|
|11||United States Michael Goulian||2|
|13||United Kingdom Nigel Lamb||1|
|Canada Pete McLeod||1|