Air Racing: 9/29/06

September 29, 2006 at 8:08 am Leave a comment

Some more air racing pictures from another blogger are here.  Shawn, emailed these photos of Dago Red and The Super Corsair.

Sports class racer Unleashed is in the news today.  There is a link on the article to a gallery by Stick and Rudder photography.  There are four categories of Reno 2006 pictures there, along with galleries from previous years and other events.

Here is a nice photo of  ‘Strega’ passing ‘Czech Mate’.

There are plenty of cool articles in this months issue of Air & Space Magazine.  Articles range from a write-up on the Fly Boys movie, information on the X-35 (which will be the F-35 Lightning II), very light jets (which I’ve blogged about in previous posts), and the ‘Stormbird’ (the first combat jet) – and don’t forget to vote for the next issues’ cover.


Entry filed under: Air Races, Airshows, aviation.

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