Voodoo Air Racing update

October 26, 2006 at 6:16 am Leave a comment

Bob Button gives an interview, here, where he explains what happened during the Reno Air Races.  I can’t help but think a few companies could learn from this.  Bob is extremely candid about how things transpired.  As much time and effort that goes into making these birds perform, I think he did the right think.  Tearing up the engine would have created so much more time and effort (and $$) to be expended…well, my mind already twists with what I IMAGINE the cost of maintenance is for the planes.  Bob also posted a letter to the fans on the front page of the Voodoo Racing website.


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