About the Airventure Cup Race
The AirVenture Cup is one of the world's fastest cross country air races. 2014 is the 17th running of this race, originally designed to recreate the spirit of the Bendix Trophy. The AirVenture Cup Race is flown to unite aviation's rich history with its promising future.
The race course has brought together some of aviation's most historic places, originally from Kill Devil Hills, to the home of the Wright Brothers, Dayton, Ohio, and onto the current home of Sport Aviation, the EAA Airventure Fly-In Convention in Oshkosh, Wisconsin.
Cross-country air racing is a fun and exciting sport for any pilot. Founded in 1997, this has become one of the most successful racing events in aviation.
This race is open to experimental aircraft and is open to pilots with at least a Private Pilot Certificate or pilots flying LSA using a drivers license as a current medical.
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A Brief History of the AirVenture Cup