Alaska Wing Men Suicide Sled Race

Alaska Wing Men Suicide Sled Race

The Iron Dog is known as the longest, toughest, most extreme snowmobile race in the world. Racers brave wildly dangerous terrain, bitterly cold temperatures and speeds well over 100 miles an hour in this 2,000-mile endurance race. To make their journey possible, the snowmobile racers on the ground rely on their Alaska Wing Men to be their flying “pit-crew”. Pilots Matthew McKenna, Jim Andie and Keith Manternach load their planes to the limit with parts and supplies, and take great risks to follow their teams through some of the most dangerous flying conditions imaginable.

  • 2011
  • 00:45:00
  • 13-14
  • Added on: 12/22/2015
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