Red Bull Air Race in Rovinj
The world’s fastest motorsport series, the Red Bull Air Race World Championship, takes place in Croatia for the first time. The second race out of eight races in this season will be hosted by Adris and takes place on April 12th and 13th in Rovinj.
The Red Bull Air Race World Championship features the world's best race pilots in a pure motorsport competition that combines speed, precision and skill. Using the fastest, most agile and lightweight racing planes, pilots navigate a low-level aerial track made up of air-filled pylons 25 meters high. The last two Championships were won by Paul Bonhomme, and for the third title in a row in this high-speed, low-altitude sport the British pilot will have to beat world's 11 best pilots from 9 countries.
The challenging race track in Rovinj will be set up along the north beach called Valdibora, close to the old town, which will provide a spectacular backdrop for the thousands of fans at the first air race spectacle of this kind taking place in Croatia.
After the traditional season opening in Abu Dhabi and the second stop in Rovinj, the Red Bull Air Race World Championship moves to Malaysia (17 and 18 May), and the following races take place in Poland (26 and 27 June) and Great Britain (16 and 17 August). Afterwards, the Championship races continue in the USA; in Dallas (6 and 7 September) and Las Vegas (11 and 12 October). The final race of the season takes place in China on 1 and 2 November 2014.
Adris Group is the national partner of this high adrenaline contest. After having already gathered world's sailing elite in Rovinj twice, Adris Group continues to encourage excellence in business, culture, sports and society in general. The motorsport event is hosted by the city of Rovinj and Maistra, whose tourist offer, accommodation capacities and the experience in the organisation of similar events provide a guarantee of excellent accommodation for the contestants and visitors, and therefore perfect conditions for the contest.
Maistra Inc. Rovinj - Vrsar