Saturday, March 10, 2007

On-Track Activity

For those in Vegas, there still is some Red Bull on-track activity this weekend. Today prior to the Busch Series start, the Red Bull Air Force skydiving team jumped into LVMS in their typical fast moving, swirling and swooping fashion. Tomorrow Red Bull's BO-105 CBS aerobatic helicopter piloted by Chuck Aaron performs aerobatic stunts for the crowd prior to the race start. While we all would prefer to see the No. 83 and No. 84 on-track activity, these amazing professionals in the air are a sight to see.

6 Comments:

Anonymous jc said...

Come on Team Red Bull. Keep the heads up high. You have two great drivers. Just make the race and take it from there. Good luck next weekend.

4:32 PM  
Anonymous 83GivzUWingz said...

You Rock TEAM RED BULL!!! You proved you can make it!! Keep up the hard work!!! Stay pumped up!!!

There's a song called "It Takes a Little Time Sometimes" and it fits perfectly with this season! We have faith guys, it'll take a little time, but y'all will make it BIG!!!

WE BELIEVE!!!

12:05 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

shit, aj was just one spot out and these things are tenths of a second, keep pushing and taking chances, see you in Atlanta

1:02 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Keep your head up guys. If NASCAR would get rid of the top 35 rule, both of you would have qualified on time.

Go get them in Atlanta!!

3:32 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

AJ and his team have been improving each and every time they go out, you will be qualifying for these races without a problem very soon!! (and they definately need to get rid of the top 35 rule)

11:12 AM  
Anonymous Brian said...

They need to switch the rule to either the top 25 or top 30 which get in every race. Some current top 35 teams do not deserve to make the race and some teams outside deserve to have better chance to make the race.

11:42 AM  

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