Atlanta Air Show debuts October 14-15


The thrill of high speed action returns to the Atlanta Motor Speedway this fall, fighter jet style as the Atlanta Air Show soars over the track on October 14-15.  Experience an air show in a whole new way as the speedway becomes the first ‘Aerial stadium’ to ever host an air show. The U.S. Air Force… View Article

F-16 Viper Demo Team


The Atlanta Air Show will feature a full capabilities demonstration of the U.S. Air Force F-16 Viper on October 14-15, 2017 at the Atlanta Motor Speedway. Capt John Waters, the 2017 F-16 Viper Demo Team pilot is a native of Peachtree City, Georgia!   The F-16, known in the fighter pilot community as the “Viper” is… View Article

Super Hornet Demo


Super Hornet Demo!  The 2017 Atlanta Air Show at Atlanta Motor Speedway will feature a full capabilities demonstration of the Navy F/A-18F Super Hornet, also known as the “Rhino.”   The Boeing F/A-18F Super Hornet is a twin-engine fighter aircraft based on the original McDonnell Douglas F-18 Hornet also known as the “Legacy Hornet.” The Super… View Article

Sky Soldiers Tactical Helicopter Demo Team


The Sky Soldiers Tactical Helicopter Demo Team will perform at the Atlanta Air Show on October 14-15, 2017 over the Atlanta Motor Speedway.   The Sky Soldiers Tactical Helicopter Demo Team is a dedicated group of veteran pilots performing at various events around the country in support of our country’s military and veterans. The mission… View Article

Screamin Sasquatch


  The Atlanta Air Show will feature the Screamin Sasquatch Jack Link’s Jet Waco, a highly modified 1929 Taperwing Waco on October 14-15, 2017 at the Atlanta Motor Speedway   The Screamin Sasquatch is powered by a Pratt & Whitney 985 Radial Engine and a CJ610 Jet Engine. These dual power-plants will provide over 4,500 lbs…. View Article

Kent Pietsch


While most aerobatic performers have one basic program, Kent Pietsch performs three different acts that leave spectators mesmerized. The most dramatic is a performance where he begins by turning the engine off at 6,000 feet in altitude then ends with a rooftop landing on a moving RV! The most well known is Kent’s comedy act… View Article