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Hangin' With ... Air Race 1 CEO Jeff Zaltman

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 07 / 21 / 17

Air Race 1 CEO JEFF ZALTMAN founded the company in '13 to promote Formula 1 Air Racing. The sport has existed for over 70 years and is governed by the Int'l Formula One Air Racing Association. Prior to founding Air Race 1, Zaltman, a former pilot, saw a sport that was not reaching its potenti...

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