Adilson is a airline pilot with more than 11,000 flight hours, Adilson has about 700 hours of aerobatics. During his 19 years of experience in aerobatics, he has performed over 300 shows in Brazil, reaching an audience exceeding 1 million and 800 thousand people. To get more information about Adilson click here.
Após 100 anos, tomei como meta participar da mais importante modalidade do esporte aéreo mundial, o Red Bull Air Race. Vale lembrar que foram anos de dedicação e determinação com muitos obstáculos naturais e artificiais, alguns dos quais não vale a pena lembrar. Contei com o apoio de muitas pessoas que sabem a história completa desse capítulo tão vibrante e intenso da minha vida.
Finalmente, em 2010 chegamos lá de fato, e o sonho de gerações foi conquistado. Chegar a Red Bull Air Race colocou o nome do Brasil entre os melhores do mundo no esporte aéreo. Esta conquista e meta se tornaram real graças à participação de todas as pessoas que participaram da minha vida, gente que um dia acreditou que um pequeno sonho poderia se tornar real. Assim foi, degrau por degrau, tive o privilégio de receber o que não se pode pagar, as oportunidades. Fiz o meu melhor para tirar o máximo, errando e acertando.
Poderia preencher páginas e mais páginas citando pessoas importantes, mas é impossível citar a todos os nomes que contribuíram na minha vida sem esquecer alguém, em especial os europeus que me acolheram como um verdadeiro irmão e abriram as portas do mundo.
O Brasil fez parte do time no mais excitante esporte aéreo que já existiu, o Red Bull Air Race, uma grande família que viveu e teve a oportunidade de ser testada ao extremo limite emocional e profissional, foram os melhores no que fizeram e o mundo teve novo esporte.
Nos 23 de Outubro de 2010, quero agradecer a todos que contribuíram para colocar e fortalecer o nome do Brasil na história da aviação mundial.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 22 February 2011 16:55
The final step league RBAR 2010 was full of news, during the competition an unexpected goodbye to our good friend Adrian Judd and during the months of bitter August our friend Alex has also departed.
With the latest changes, adjustments and a year's break for Red Bull Air Race in 2011, the best thing to do is go home, to reorganize the team and begin planning for 2011 and 2012, given the current scenario Kindlemann not participate in the Touzim European Championships in the Czech Republic.
"A year nobody expected, many ups and downs, it's time to reorganize my life and set the direction for the future," said Adilson Kindlemann.
It is with great sadness that we share the loss of Red Bull Air Race pilot Alejandro (Alex) Maclean, who has died today at the age of 41 following a fatal accident in his native Spain, while carrying out aerobatic training for an Air Show. Our thoughts are with his wife Emma, their two children, aged 7 and 12, and also with Team Maclean staff.
“I met Alex in 2001, in Burgos, Spain. We became friends, and he was one of the guys that supported me to join the Air Race, always helping with true spirit.
We spent the beginning of 2010 season together at the strict North Caroline winter, sharing the same hangar and preparing our “machines” to the season, facing the stress of the schedule to get everything done to the opening race in Abu Dhabi. After my “shower” at the Swan River, in Perth, he was there making jokes and cheering me up with his good mood.
In aviation I had many friends that changed their flight plans to other destiny, wonderful people that I Just can’t believe that passed away, people that really worth to share good and bad moments of my life, and definitely ALEX was one of those”, said Adilson Kindlemann about his Spanish friend.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 22 February 2011 16:56
The last race of 2010 season of Red Bull Air Race Championship was exactly like all spectators were waiting: excited. Hannes Arch was the winner of the Germany round, but didn’t get points enough to reach Paul Bonhomme at the overall championship ranking. Thus, the Britain Bonhomme got the title and guaranteed the crown for the second consecutive year. Nigel Lamb, who was also fighting for the 2010 title, had a flat tire few minutes before the Top 4. Anyway he guaranteed the third place in the overall ranking.
“Nigel’s flat tire was a shame, but I thought both results are fair, the final result of the race regarding all the race week and the result of the 2010 World Championship”, said Adilson Kindlemann.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 17 August 2010 11:43
The big final of one of the most exciting sport’s championships in world will happen this weekend, starting with qualifying on Saturday 07 and the race on Sunday 08. For the first time, Red Bull Air Race pilots will be flying in a permanent motorsport venue, at the Eurospeedway, in Lausitz, Germany.
During the training sessions Thursday and friday, Adilson Kindlemann witnessed the beginning of what should be a great dispute. There is an exciting three-way battle for the title with Paul Bonhomme, Hannes Arch, and Nigel Lamb in the chase.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 17 August 2010 11:45
Red Bull Air Race GmbH confirmed that for the future success and development of the sport, the World Championship will take a one-year break in 2011.
The organization will use this opportunity to fast track the technological advancements currently in the making which would further improve the already high levels of safety.
There is a need to revise the main organization and commercial areas to realize the full potential of the sport including the development and reinforcement of strong host city partnerships which would secure a long term race calendar.
“During the training Camp in Czech Republic I received this boring news. I believe that initially everybody is felling sad, but one year will pass quickly, and good news will arrive quickly as well”, said pilot Adilson Kindlemann.
For further information contact
Last Updated on Thursday, 29 July 2010 15:25