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Red Bull Stratos Team Reunites at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway

October 15, 2017

Five years his jump, Felix Baumgartner and key team members are celebrating at a special Red Bull Stratos exhibition held in conjunction with the season finale of the Red Bull Air Race World Championship at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

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Red Bull Stratos Team Reunites at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Five years his jump, Felix Baumgartner and key team members are celebrating at a special Red Bull Stratos exhibition held in conjunction with the season finale of the Red Bull Air Race World Championship at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
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