jetlaw air race classic

Follow Kali Hauge’s Air Race from Grand Forks, North Dakota to Homestead, Florida

Jetlaw Team Finishes Top 10 in Air Race Classic!

Robin and Kali finished the 46th Air Race Classic 10 minutes before the deadline. With weather delays, they flew every minute of daylight during the four days of racing, logging more than 30 hours of flight time with no autopilot. The final timing line was a flyover point twenty minutes

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We Made It!

2,333 nm and we landed before the race deadline. Time for sleep. Another update to follow tomorrow.

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Arrived Pell City!

Today was exhausting. We flew three legs, with a 3hr 30+ minute flight as our second leg. We roasted in Oklahoma and froze at 9,500 feet over Texas. We navigated developing cloud layers and thunderstorms, a sporty cross wind in Sulphur Springs, and made it safely to KPLR with 30

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We’re in Ponca City!!

870 nm flown. 1,463 nm to go. The weather was difficult today and kept us in Hastings, NE until 4pm. Then the clouds and thunderstorms cleared and we enjoyed a beautiful, smooth flight to Ponca City, OK. Race volunteers welcomed us with a hot, home cooked dinner and ice cream

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3 Legs Completed!

733nm down, 1,600nm to go. Tuesday’s flights went better than we could have hoped for. The wind was gusting 25 on departure from GFK, but it was right down the runway. Then it sat on our nose for the next four hours. That was a long flight. We climbed high

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Follow Kali on the Air Race Classic

The race start is tomorrow morning at 8am! During the next four days, you can follow my progress in the air race here. On this page you will see a link to Maprogress where you can track my team (Race 3) live. A note of caution: Sometimes this map has glitches,

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Tech Inspection Complete

This morning we finished our aircraft tech inspection and pilot credentialing. Grand Forks has perfect weather and (maybe) the northern lights tonight.

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Luscombe Arrived KGFK

1,063mn, 15+ hours of bumping along at 4,000 ft msl, and the Luscombe is finally tucked safely in a hangar at Grand Forks, ND. Robin Laws and I are so excited for the Air Race Classic to start on June 20th. A special thanks to Kent Jackson for joining me

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