Something Amazing !! Race between car and aircraft


Race between car and aircraft

You might have watched so many races but have you ever watched a race between a car and an aircraft ? An Australian racing driver Daniel Ricciardo visited an Air Force base in Australia to have the experience of racing with an aircraft. He met Royal Australian Air Force F/A – 18 Hornet pilot Michael Keightley there. Both are having two of the best careers in the world and they both are enjoying their professions. Both are highly skilled and trained.

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Both are sharing their experiences. Michael is graduated form a university and he is an Royal Air Force pilot and Daniel is currently competing in Formula One for Infiniti Red Bull Racing. He has won the British Formula Three Championship in 2009. Daniel drifts the car and looks really awesome. They both take their machines to the starting point and leaves at the same time leaving dust behind. While on the runway, car leaves the aircraft behind but when aircraft takes off the ground, it leaves car miles behind. Both of them perform stunts, Daniel on the ground and Michael in the air.

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Looking down when you are in aircraft, is always a great experience. Michael tell he has been flying Hornet for last four years since he joined Air Force. He tells that he really enjoys flying Hornet, both of them are living their dreams. Both play other sports as well like cricket, rug-bee and basketball. Daniel tells that he loves speed and sometimes he takes bike on hills. They both have worked really hard in their respective fields to achieve, what they have today. I can not think of anything else besides a racing car and an aircraft. Most of us have a dream to drive a racing car or flying an aircraft. Both machines are crazy in the velocity. The noise which comes out when both machines get start, is really awesome.

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