Photoshooting Red Bull Air Race - Budapest / Hungary

What can be more interesting for a photographer then an aircraft flying over such historical city as Budapest, Hungary. Photography possibilities are literally endless and Hungarian Parliament building as a background is something to wish for. Moreover, the possibilities extend even more with the view of Buda castle and Statue of Liberty, and of course the renowned Chain Bridge as a start line. The pleasure of watching such an event on such place through photography lens is enormous.

Red Bull Air Race in Budapest, Hungary 2017 - photo by Predrag Vuckovic

Budapest is the spiritual home of the Red Bull Air Race and was once again the fourth stop on the 2017 World Championship calendar. Split across the Danube, it's a city of two halves – Buda and Pest. The iconic backdrop of the neogothic Parliament building on the Pest side of the river offers fans a stunning panoramic view of the action.

Red Bull Air Race in Budapest, Hungary 2017 - photo by Predrag Vuckovic

On the Buda side of the city, you'll find the Statue of Liberty, on top of Gellért Hill, along with the Citadel. This is why Budapest is regularly featured in the Top 10 list of World's Best Cities. As one of the most popular stops, the Hungarian capital always pulls in a monumental crowd to witness the racing action.

Red Bull Air Race in Budapest, Hungary 2017 - photo by Predrag Vuckovic

In 2009, 650,000 spectators lined the banks of the Danube, and when the city earned a spot in the 2015 race season, fans returned in their thousands once again. Budapest is a true spectacle on the race calendar due to the unique start for the Master Class pilots.

Red Bull Air Race in Budapest, Hungary 2017 - photo by Predrag Vuckovic

They begin their run into the track by flying under the iconic Chain Bridge – something that must be seen with your own eyes. This year more than 100,000 fans in the flying action in Budapest enjoyed the history race. Kirby Chambliss showed the form of old as he took the win in fine style.