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"Remembering Friends"

No one in air-racing has ever loved a "go-fast" airplane more than Rick Brickert. Having flown some of the fastest like Dago Red, Dreadnought and then the Pond Racer, Rick packed a lot of excitement into his race career. In 1991, he did double duty flying the T-33 Red Knight as the unlimited class pace plane and debuting the Pond Racer. Tragically, the Pond Racer and Rick were lost in qualifying at Reno in 1993.

The photo of the Pond Racer was taken in 1991 and was featured on the cover of World Airshow News one week before Rick's loss in 1993, photo of Rick on Dago's wing was shot in 1985.

Photo 2001 Sue Petersen "Wings-n-Things Photo" -all rights reserved-

Former Pictures of the Week

"True Heroes"

"Unlimited Gold"

About the Slide Show:
When new Photo Gallery sections are added, or something special in the world of Aviation and Air Racing is taking place, we will feature a special photo feature presentation within this window. Watch for more Air Race photography as the weeks move on towards Reno 2001.

AAFO.COM presents the finest moments in Aviation and Air Racing past and present.

Current Feature: Reno Unlimited Gold 2000
Photo Feature By Birgitta Nurmi

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