Woman in the P-64 Kingcobra A woman reporter from Germany sits in the cockpit of a restored P-63 King Cobra. Reno brings people from all over to world to attend the air races.
B-25 "Mitchell" bomber Crews work hard at reno on both the race and the display aircraft. Here the crew washes down a B-25 "Mitchell" bomber after arrival.
PT-17 Stearman at sunrise A restored PT-17 sits in the morning sun. One of the basic flight trainers used before and during World War II to train pilots.
1930s Racer With the FAA tower in the background a new display aircraft is positioned in the east ramp area with the other static aircraft.
Bi-Planes in the Hanger Rows of red bi-planes fill part of the Reno Race hanger. Red is a very popular color for bi-planes.
Race 43 undergoing repair Tools of the race trade lie on the wing of Race 43: Windex, rubbing compound, and sealing tape.
Taping for racing speed Will Mathews puts tape along the joints of his plane's window. This aircraft is no longer in production but will has all the tooling for its production. Will flew here from Illinois.
Not all modifications go to the unlimited. Will has modified his plane's engine with an addition of a turbo charger behind the pilot's seat.
Formula 1 racers to the start line Formula 1s are pulled by their crews onto the ramp area prior to a qualification race.
The crew of Race 5 of the Formula 1 class stand proud next to their plane. Crew sizes for a Formula 1 can range from a single person up to a dozen people.