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Martin Šonka (Czech)

Yoshihide Muroya (Japanese)

Yoshihide Muroya (Japanese)

Kirby Chambliss (American)

Kirby Chambliss (American)

Martin Šonka  (Czech)

Yoshihide Muroya (Japanese)

Yoshihide Muroya (Japanese)
Master Class
Florian Berger (German)

Florian Berger (German)

Florian Berger (German)

Florian Berger (German)

Florian Berger (German)

Florian Berger (German)

Daniel Ryfa (Swede)

Mélanie Astles (French)
Challenger Class


10:00am                    - Public Gates Open
10:45am - 11:35pm - Challenger Class - Practice
12:30pm - 01:00 pm - Suit Jump, Aerobatic Helicopter, Paraglider
01:20pm - 02:40pm - Master Class - Practice
03:05pm - 03:40pm - Challenger Class - Qualifying
03:50pm - 04:00pm - Motorcycle Stunt rider
04:00pm - 05:30pm - Master Class - Qualifying
05:30pm                    - Public Gates Close
Indianapolis Schedule

ADMISSION $40, $55, $65  
(the seats get more expensive the higher you sit)

10:00am                    - Public Gates Open
11:00am                    - Felix Baumgartner Autograph Session
11:05am - 11:30am - Pilot Parade
11:15am - 11:30am - Calibration Flights
12:00pm - 12:35pm - Challenger Cup Race
12:45pm - 12:48pm - Challenger Cup Race Podium Ceremony
12:57pm - 01:00pm - Opening Ceremonies
01:06pm - 02:01pm - Master Class Race (Round of 14)
02:03pm - 02:13pm - Red Bull Aerial Athlete: Pal Takats Paraglider
02:13pm - 02:16pm - 2017 Challenger Cup Championship Ceremony
02:15pm - 02:19pm - Red Bull Aerial Athlete: Red Bull Air Force Wing Suit Jump
02:20pm - 02:27pm - Red Bull Aerial Athlete: BO 105 Aerobatic Helicopter
02:40pm - 02:50pm - World of Red Bull Athletes Live featuring TORC Truck
02:50pm - 03:00pm - World of Red Bull Athletes Live featuring Aaron Colton, Stunt Biker
03:05pm - 03:35pm - Master Class Races (Round of 8)
03:37pm - 03:55pm - Master Class Races (Final 4)
03:55pm - 03:58pm - Master Class Podium Ceremony
03:58pm - 04:03pm - 2017 Master Class World Championship Ceremony
05:00pm                    - Public Gates Close
2017 Master Class Pilots
Cristian Bolton (CHI)  - rookie
Mikael "Mika" Brageot (FRA) - rookie
Kirby Chambliss (USA)
Matthias Dolderer (GER)
Michael Goulian (USA)
Matt Hall (AUS)
Nicolas Ivanoff (FRA)
Petr Kopfstein (CZE)
François Le Vot (FRA)
Pete McLeod (CAN)
Yoshihide Muroya (JPN)
Peter Podlunšek (SLO)
Martin Šonka (CZE)
Juan Velarde (ESP)
Red Bull Air Race Championship
2017 Schedule & Results
Side Attractions in the IMS Fan Midway Behind the NW Vista
Other Red Bull athletes will be on hand to entertain during breaks of the Air Race.
Geoff Aaron (Moto Trials): Aaron knows a thing or two about
standing tall, which is good because the 6-foot, 4-inch athlete
rides a motorcycle so specialized it doesn't have a seat. But
standing up on the pegs of his bike - while negotiating seemingly
impossible obstacles - is what trials riding is all about. It's also
what the 10-time AMA National Trials champion Aaron does
best. In addition to his ten AMA National Trials wins, his National
wins, New England Trials Champion titles and El Trial de
España honours, Aaron has been a member of the American
Trials des Nations team 15 times.
Terry Adams (BMX Flatland): Adams began competing in
flatland contests at age 16 and since has amassed an
impressive number of awards and accolades, including an X
Games gold medal and two NORA Cup wins. These days, in
between competing and continuing to pioneer his discipline,
Adams is widely regarded as the ambassador for flatland.
Aaron Colton (Motorcycle Street Freestyle): A Red Bull
action sports athlete with more than 11 years of professional
riding experience, Aaron Colton has gained broad respect
throughout all disciplines of motorcycling, competing in Street
Freestyle, Pro Road Racing and Pro Flat Track, as well as a
handful of WORCS, Supermoto and motocross races around
the world. As a versatile athlete, Colton has managed to
evolve his career as one of the most recognized Street
Freestyle riders in the world.
Adam Devenport (Tricking): Devenport, a second-degree
black belt in Tae Kwon Do, has been tricking and coaching
gymnastics for the last eight years, since he was 16.
Devenport is close friends with fellow Red Bull athlete Bailey
Payne and they have represented Team USA at two
international tricking competitions.
Scott O'Brien (BMX Flatland): O'Brien is the creator of the
BMX Flatland World Competition, Flatland Voodoo Jam.
He is a world-renowned MC for flatland BMX riders and one
of the biggest international advocates for the sport.
Alex Mason (Slacklining): Imagine doing backflips and 360s
on a 2-inch-wide strap hovering several feet above the
ground, and you'll get the picture of Alex Mason's unique
skill. He's one of the best young athletes the rapidly growing
sport of slacklining has seen.
Bailey Payne (Tricking): Payne got his start as a tumbler on
a competitive, travelling cheerleading team. A couple of
years into his stint as a champion cheerleader, he
discovered the sport of tricking. You have to see Payne to
believe what he's capable of with just a floor and space to
spin and flip, performing incredibly difficult tricks that he
taught himself.
Siegfried "Blacky" Schwarz (Aerobatic helicopter flying):
Schwarz, has completed more than 10,000 hours in the air and
is one of two pilots with a U.S. FAA license for helicopter
Pál Takáts (Paragliding)  is a three-time World Cup
champion in aerobatic paragliding and is a Guinness
Book of World Records holder and has invented
numerous maneuvers in the sport.
Red Bull Air Force (Skydiving) is a team assembled from the
most accomplished and experienced skydivers, B.A.S.E.
jumpers, speed riders and paragliders on the planet. At
Indianapolis, team members Jon DeVore, Luke Aikins, Mike
Swanson and Miles Daisher will amaze the crowd with two
jumps: one skydive during the national anthem and a separate
wing suit jump, where they will wear special jumpsuits that
shape the human body into an airfoil, creating lift and, with it,
"human flight."
Red Bull sponsored Felix Baumgartner's 5-year mission to
break the record for the highest skydive (128,100 feet) which
he accomplished on Oct. 14, 2012.  He also set a record as
the first person to go faster than the speed of sound without
being in a vehicle.
Baumgartner wore a special suit and was taken aloft to the
stratosphere inside a capsule that was attached to a huge
helium baloon, from which he then jumped out.

Baumgartner will be at the air race along with the Red Bull
Stratos exhibit.
Planes race at low altitude while exceeding 200 mph and
encountering forces of up to 10 G's, navigating a low-level
slalom track marked by 82-foot-high, air-filled pylons called
Air Gates.

Course changes for 2017 include the finish Air Gate moving
slightly later in the lap, preceded more closely than last year
by another two-pylon Air Gate. Pilots are required to perform
a dramatic vertical turn maneuver after flying level through the
two-pylon finish Air Gate at the end of the first two of their
three laps before returning to the circuit.

Pilots turn as quickly and efficiently as possible without pulling
more than 10G's in the vertical turn maneuver before flying
toward the next gate.

A new, single Air Gate also has been added to the course
along the lake in the IMS infield, just before the start Air Gate.
Pilots fly at a 90-degree angle, wings perpendicular to the
ground, through single Air Gates.

The double Air Gate preceding the new single Air Gate next to
the infield lake also has moved from the end of the lake to the
right side of the water, providing a smoother lead-in to the new
single Air Gate.
2017 Red Bull Air Race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway
FULL RESULTS - Master Class
Yoshi Muroya clinched the World Championship with his win at Indianapolis