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Lamb looks to make it a last, best season

Lamb looks to make it a last, best season

Posted on: 10 Mar 2016

2014 Red Bull Air Race World Champion Nigel Lamb has announced that he will retire in October, but in the meantime, he’ll be pushing all the way to the finish line in the quest for a second title.


Lamb announces 2016 will be his final season

Lamb announces 2016 will be his final season

Posted on: 9 Mar 2016

The Red Bull Air Race kickoff on 11-12 March will mark the ninth and final season of competition for Great Britain's Nigel Lamb. However, Lamb is not only aiming for a second title this year, but he's actively mentoring a bright new pilot of the future.


New Racing Format for 2016

New Racing Format for 2016

Posted on: 17 Feb 2016

Fresh changes to the race format are designed to make the Red Bull Air Race World Championship more competitive and the results even more unpredictable.


Don't let the curtain go down on UK airshow performances

Don't let the curtain go down on UK airshow performances

Posted on: 10 Feb 2016

I arrived in England in 1981 to join an aerobatic display team and have stayed in the profession ever since. When I started over 35 years ago, the air display ‘industry’ was more buoyant than it is today, mainly because there were so many military shows but also because the costs were significantly lower in those days.


New Travelling Technician to Assist Nigel Lamb Regain The Red Bull Air Race World Championship

New Travelling Technician to Assist Nigel Lamb Regain The Red Bull Air Race World Championship

Posted on: 9 Feb 2016

MX Specialist and fellow Zimbabwean, Mark Hensman joins Breitling Racing Team pilot Nigel Lamb for the 2016 season as travelling technician. Mark will assist the team at 8 races around the globe ensuring every last ounce of speed is available at the throttle for Nigel Lamb to regain his World Championship title.


Nigel Invited to Speak at 'Get into Aeros'

Nigel Invited to Speak at 'Get into Aeros'

Posted on: 2 Feb 2016

The British Aerobatic Association (BAeA) is holding a ‘Get into Aeros’ event in May at Sleap airfield. Designed to introduce pilots under the age of 30 to the world of aerobatics, and the benefits this skill brings to their flying, this is the first step to develop the new generation of aerobatic pilots that could go on to represent Great Britain on the world stage.


Red Bull Air Race Returns to the Record-Setting Crowds of Chiba, Japan

Red Bull Air Race Returns to the Record-Setting Crowds of Chiba, Japan

Posted on: 27 Jan 2016

In 2015, Japan hosted the World Championship series for the first time with over 120,000 cheering fans for their home-country pilot Yoshihide Muroya. In 2016, the race returns for a weekend of electric motorsport action.


New Master Class Pilots for 2016 Season

New Master Class Pilots for 2016 Season

Posted on: 21 Jan 2016

Top pilots from the Czech Republic and Slovenia, Petr Kopfstein and Peter Podlunsek, have earned two coveted slots to fill out the elite Master Class that will vie for the 2016 Red Bull Air Race World Championship.


Female pilot to make history as she joins the Challenger Cup for 2016

Female pilot to make history as she joins the Challenger Cup for 2016

Posted on: 21 Jan 2016

French aerobatic champion Mélanie Astles is writing history as she becomes the first female pilot to join the Red Bull Air Race’s Challenger Cup. Two other new exciting pilots will also join her, Britain’s Ben Murphy and American pilot Kevin Coleman.


Breitling Racing Teams Strengthen Technical Tactics For 2016 Season

Breitling Racing Teams Strengthen Technical Tactics For 2016 Season

Posted on: 21 Jan 2016

For 2016 both the French and English Breitling Racing Teams competing in the Red Bull Air Race World Championships, are strengthening their technical tactics to gain every competitive advantage for the 2016 season.



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