Keep Him Flying
Sure hope they keep going. If you go to one of these events you take the chance of something going wrong overhead and you being the unfortunate - but entirely unintended - recipient of the results of the problem. It's no different than going to an NHRA dragstrip or to a NASCAR event. Now and then one of them climbs the wall and roosts in the stands, and there have been spectator fatalities at both kinds of events. This is no different. As a precaution, however, if I were race management I would INSIST a signed release of liability accompany the purchase of each and every ticket to each and every event. They may already be doing that, I don't know - but if they're not they'd be smart to do so, and right away.
I figured the Reno Air Races were done after that. Hopefully, this cautious approach is successful in saving lives and the show itself.
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