Rush of the Race Outweighs Danger At the annual Reno Air Show last week, three pilots died when their planes crashed during races. That has some questioning the whole idea of racing planes. One pilot says for many, the rush of racing a prop or jet plane outweighs the danger.
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Rush of the Race Outweighs Danger

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Rush of the Race Outweighs Danger

Rush of the Race Outweighs Danger

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At the annual Reno Air Show last week, three pilots died when their planes crashed during races. That has some questioning the whole idea of racing planes. One pilot says for many, the rush of racing a prop or jet plane outweighs the danger.

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