IndyCar Driver Alexander Rossi met up with Edge 540 Pilot Kirby Chambliss for the ultimate head-to-head display of speed, power and G-Force. After ripping around together on the famed Indianapolis Motor Speedway, the two took turns climbing into the passenger’s seat while taking each other for unforgettable rides. Two-time Red Bull Air Race World Champion, Chambliss got a taste of the endurance and stamina needed to race on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway before propelling 2016 Indianapolis 500 Champion, Rossi to new views of the track. Hitting up to 10G-Force and 230 mph, Rossi experienced first-hand the thrilling high-speed, low-altitude flight that makes Red Bull Air Race one of the most exciting motorsports on the planet.
Twenty-two pilots will take to the skies as Indianapolis Motor Speedway transforms into a runway on October 1-2 for the first ever Red Bull Air Race in Indianapolis. The Indianapolis race will also air as a special full length broadcast on FS1 Oct 9 at 8:30 am ET. Once the Indianapolis race concludes, the eight-stop series will crown a champion at the final stop in Las Vegas on October 15-16.
Article courtesy Speedville.