Cut Red Bull Some Slack And Check Out Their Historical ‘Hangar 7’

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Cut Red Bull Some Slack And Check Out Their Historical ‘Hangar 7’ | World War Wings Videos

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Doing Good Work.

We’ve been covering World War II warbirds for a while now and showed you plenty of videos on our blog of either killer flybys or really neat historical facts, but there is one theme that kept recurring. Anytime we found a new video of one of Red Bull’s planes from their Hangar-7, many people were extremely upset if not downright offended at their logo being displayed on the nose of the aircraft.

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This sentiment was so passionate in fact that we wrote an editorial piece on it which you can read here if you choose to. The bottom line here, however, is that they spent millions of their own dollars to restore and maintain these warbirds.

Let them be and do their thing. We’re sure glad they are.

As for their collection, it seems to be growing every year. We’ve compiled some incredible pictures of their warbirds so you can see the good work they’re doing. Hope you enjoy them as much as we did.

North American Trojan T-28B | Built in ’54

Hangar-7 / Facebook

Boeing PT-17 Stearman | Built in ’43

Hangar-7 / Facebook

Hangar-7 / Facebook

Lockheed P-38L Lightning | Built in ’44

Hangar-7 / Facebook
Hangar 7 / Facebook

Douglas DC-6B | Built in ’58

Hangar-7 / Facebook
Hangar-7 / Facebook

North American B-25J Mitchell | Built in ’45

Hangar-7 / Facebook
Hangar-7 / Facebook

Chance Vought F4U-4 Corsair | Built in ’45

Hangar-7 / Facebook
Hangar-7 / Facebook

Bell 47G-3B-1 Soloy | Built in ’66

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Bell Cobra TAH-1F | Built in ’02

Not exactly vintage, but still worthy to mention.

Red Bull Racing / YouTube

As an added bonus, check out the short video below of their Corsair and Lightning flying in formation. These pilots sure fly them tight.

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