B.A.S.E. Jump off Circuit of the Americas Tower

B.A.S.E. Jump off Circuit of the Americas Tower

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B.A.S.E. Jump off Circuit of the Americas Tower

 

 

The first-ever B.A.S.E. jump off iconic Circuit of the Americas tower kicked off Red Bull Grand Prix of the Americas Race. The jumpers – Miles Daisher and Jeff Provenzano, leapt off the 251 foot structure with a static line that pulled their chutes about 60 feet into their descent. From there they floated down, landing safely on the grass below. The B.A.S.E. jumps signaled the official start to MotoGP weekend.

 

 

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