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Red Bull Air Race World Championship Preview

October 14, 2017

It’s the closest finish in the history of the Red Bull Air Race World Championship. After a season that’s ranged from Abu Dhabi to San Diego, from Chiba to Kazan four pilots are still in the running to become champion. Sonka. Muroya. McLeod. Chambliss. Who will take victory at The Racing Capital of the World?

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Red Bull Air Race World Championship Preview
It’s the closest finish in the history of the Red Bull Air Race World Championship. After a season that’s ranged from Abu Dhabi to San Diego, from Chiba to Kazan four pilots are still in the running to become champion. Sonka. Muroya. McLeod. Chambliss. Who will take victory at The Racing Capital of the World?
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