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AirPigz Podcast #13: Racer Marilyn Dash Talks Reno 2010 - Part 1

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Marilyn Dash races her Pitts Special in the Biplane Class at the Reno Air Races

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 Marilyn Dash has been racing in the Biplane Class at Reno for many years now. She's also extremely well connected to the culture of people and airplanes at Reno which makes her a great person to talk to about all things Reno. Our chat was long enough to break into two parts, with part 1 here covering her personal experience racing the Pitts Special again this year, along with some talk about the racers in the Formula One Class.

 Marilyn is both sharp and fun... this is a great interview for anyone with an interest in air racing. Enjoy!

 (part 2, covering Sport & Super Sport, T-6, Jet, and Unlimited Classes will be up soon)

Marilyn Dash and her Pitts Special

Bill Falck's 1970's 'Rivets' Formula One racer discussed in the interview

Reno 2010: AR-6 'Endeavor' Formula One racer discussed in the interview

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Reader Comments (2)

More info on the AR-6:

Walter Colby 2010 Reno Preview on YouTube:

Thanks for the podcast, very interesting to listen to!

October 19, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterSimEng

Go Ruby!

October 22, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterRace 5

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