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Originally posted by Anonymous ATS
if there were witnesses interviewed it would be more interesting
National Air Race Museum, Reno Nevada
Formula-1 Racer Stinger #21 owned and flown by Astronaut Deke Slayton.
NARM Visitors were beneficiaries of exchange programs with a number of Museums including the National Air and Space Museum.
Many of the air racers and the BF-109G were on loan from the Air Museum in Chino, California. The BF-109G was last seen, a few years ago, in the Planes of Fame satellite museum near the Grand Canyon at Valle Airport in Valle-Williams, Arizona, along with a letter from General Jimmy Doolittle's son informing NARM that Jimmy had become ill and was unable to attend NARM's Grand Opening.
As of May 10, 2008 many of the other racers and replicas are in a hangar at the Main Planes of Fame Museum in Chino. Ed Maloney, President of the Air Museum, says the air racers will soon be featured in an air racing display. The non-flying replica of the Hughes H-1 Racer is currently in storage.
Opened in May 1993, NARM closed in February, 1994.
The Planes of Fame Museum briefly reopened NARM in September, 1994, before removing all contents of NARM which have been relocated to Chino and Valle-Williams.
Description of Sanctions
Notice of Violation
In the event an aircraft exceeds the GANO noise limits at one or more locations, a “Notice of Violation” will be issued to the registered owner of the aircraft. The Notice of Violation applies to the aircraft owner, the aircraft operator, and the aircraft. Notices of Violation remain in effect for three years after the violation date.