Air Racing and Air Shows: 10/14/06

October 14, 2006 at 7:29 am 1 comment

Here is a photo thread of the Reno Air Races, Unlimited action from September.  Tigercat fans will enjoy this picture.  N335J – From the Archives (related photos here).  An awesome shot of one coming around the pylons is posted here.  And here is another one from the archives of air racing. 

These are from a Sea Fury fan.

Some Pictures and a wee bit of history on some of the racers. (via)

An update on the restoration of Lefty Gardner’s P-38 Lightning has been posted.  You may recall that Lefty sold it to Red Bull.

This just feels right:  USAF Thunderbirds practicing to over Washington DC (in restricted air space, no less, by the capital) for the dedication of a new memorial. 

A piece of history, one of my favorite planes, the SR-71 Blackbird on video.


Entry filed under: Air Races, Airshows, aviation.

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