Many people ask Mike Goulian the difference between air show flying and Red Bull Air Race flying. Well, that’s a great question actually. Mike sheds some light on the role of physical fitness and G tolerance while flying in air shows and air races.
2015 is Goulian Aerosports’ 5th year partnering with Whelen Engineering at AirVenture. It’s been an incredible 5 years with the Whelen team. Their dedication to the aviation industry is evident with their growing list of newly designed aircraft lighting... read more
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Things were looking promising for Michael Goulian and Team 99 during the training flights over the Danube River in Budapest, Hungary at the latest installment of the Red Bull Air Race World Championship. Fast lap times kept Goulian near the top of the unofficial leaderboard throughout the midweek practice sessions.
Michael Goulian and Team 99 last tasted victory in 2009, with a blazing win over Budapest, Hungary. This weekend, Goulian hopes to repeat that performance as the Red Bull Air Race World Championship returns to its birthplace for the first time in 6 years. With the... read more
Flying Magazine spent time with Michael Goulian discussing his career and his 100% commitment to aviation. Watch this video to see some of the challenges Goulian faces every day and how he has found success in living his passion.
Red Bull Air Race pilots experience some of the most extreme conditions that the human body can endure. High speed turns have them pulling nearly 10Gs at times, collapsing their chests and forcing blood away from the brain and down to their toes. In order to combat these effects, intense training and physical preparation is crucial to ensure they stay conscious while speeding through pylons just feet above the water. Mike Goulian and Matt Hall reveal how they handle g forces inflight in this video.
Planning on going to Frederick, MD for AOPA’s Fly-In on Saturday, June 6th? Take some time out to see Mike in action. Schedule: 9:00 AM – Mike gives his lecture “Avoiding Risk While Defining Your Personal Limits” on the main stage –... read more
The gloves have come off. Team #99 continues to fight its way to the top of the Red Bull Air Race World Championship with a 4th place finish at the Rovinj, Croatia stop of the Red Bull Air Race World Championship. In a field of competition this tight, the smallest... read more
It was as though the ancient Japanese Gods were demanding the Red Bull Air Race teams earn their respect before blazing through the pylons in the seaside city of Chiba. They sent super-typhoon Noul and its pummeling waves to cripple the race hangars. They shook the... read more
(CHIBA, Japan) 15th May, 2015 – With their preparations for the Red Bull Air Race in Chiba, Japan condensed due to the interruption of Typhoon Noul earlier this week, and a sold-out crowd of 120,000 spectators expected, American pilots Kirby Chambliss and Michael... read more
With 4 days left until the Red Bull Air Race takes Japan by storm, Team Goulian is poised to take to the track with the latest modifications to its #99 Edge 540 race plane – including a new sleek racing canopy. Ever since the introduction of standardized... read more