Kassi Slowey, a freshman at Billings West High School in Montana and a student pilot, is the winner of a nationwide art contest sponsored by the Air Race Classic, the historic all-women cross-country airplane race. [Read more…]
The 40th Annual Air Race Classic buzzed the U.S. from June 21-24 on a demanding 2,716-mile route involving 13 airports from Prescott Municipal Airport (KPRC) in Arizona, to Daytona Beach International Airport (KDAB) in Florida.
For this year, the annual all-women cross-country airplane race paid tribute to college and university teams, with race stops at airports near or affiliated with aviation programs. [Read more…]
More than 100 women pilots will take off on the adventure of a lifetime when the flag drops to mark the start of the 40th annual Air Race Classic (ARC), the oldest airplane race of its kind in the United States.
Starting at 8 a.m. on Tuesday, June 21, 55 planes will launch down the runway at Ernest A. Love Field in Prescott, Ariz., 30 seconds apart, departing on a course that will take them 2,716 miles in just four days. [Read more…]
The Air Race Classic, the annual all-women cross-country airplane race, reports that LiveATC.net, a website that streams air-traffic communications from all over the world, will present live broadcasts of racers at the start and end of the race, as well as all flyby locations for the next three years. [Read more…]
Registration is now open for the 40th Air Race Classic (ARC), the annual all-women cross-country airplane race.
More than 100 women pilots from around the country and the world are expected to compete in this year’s ARC, which begins June 21, in Prescott, Ariz., and ends June 24, in Daytona Beach, Fla. [Read more…]
Buchanan Field Airport in Concord, Calif., will be the start of this year’s Air Race Classic (ARC), which spans over 2,338 nautical miles.
The 2014 Air Race Classic will be held June 16-19. Racers will zoom through 10 intermediate stops in four days enroute New Cumberland, Pa., in the quest for the fastest time.
Entries for the 2013 Air Race Classic started coming in at noon on Jan. 2, when entries for this year’s race were opened. Over the past two months, 80% of the available racer slots have been claimed. Entries will be accepted until April 1, but the opportunity may not last that long, if all 55 race team slots are filled before then.
More than 100 air race pilots competing in the 36th annual Air Race Classic descended on the Clermont County/Sporty’s Airport late last month, after flying a 2,330 nm cross-country course in four days. Starting on June 19, the racers left Lake Havasu, Arizona, on a course that would take them east, north, and finally southeast to Sporty’s.
The first racers began to arrive early on Friday, June 23, and continued streaming in throughout the day, Sporty’s officials report. The winning team, based on fastest handicapped speed, was Dianna Stanger of Fort Lavaca, Texas, and Victoria Holt of Belton, Texas, who flew a Cirrus SR-22.