I always have this great feeling when I see some of my photographs published on the cover pages of some world renowned publications. This time I proudly share cover page of Austrian edition of Red Bulletin magazine featuring Martin Sonka captured with my on-board camera during Red Bull Air Race competition in Budapest, Hungary in 2017.
Besides this great cover page the March 2018 issue of Red Bulletin also published great feature story with godfather of air race and most iconic pilot on the planet Péter Besenyei.
I was visiting Peter in his home town Budapest where we spend some great time together and made this photoshooting exclusively for Red Bulletin magazine.
I have been working with Péter for a long time and we are very good friends which, in fact, made this photoshooting more like fun rather than work.
Péter and I plan to work on some of our mutual projects in near future which we already put in development.
ABOUT RED BULLETIN
The Red Bulletin started out as Formula One’s daily magazine printed by Austrian beverage company Red Bull, and today it is one of the few global monthly magazines. It first appeared in Austria, Red Bull’s home country, at the end of 2007. Every first Tuesday in the month, around 1.1 million copies of The Red Bulletin are distributed as supplements with nine Austrian newspapers and magazines: BVZ, Kleine Zeitung, Kurier, NÖN, Die Presse, Salzburger Nachrichten, Seitenblicke Magazin, Tiroler Tageszeitung, and Vorarlberger Nachrichten. Since 2009, a further 2.5 million copies have also been distributed in the United Kingdom with the Sunday Telegraph, in Germany with Münchner Merkur, tz and Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, in Northern Ireland with the Belfast Telegraph, in the Republic of Ireland with The Irish Times, in New Zealand with the New Zealand Herald, in South Africa with The Star, Daily News, Cape Argus, Cape Times and Pretoria News, in Poland with Gazeta Wyborcza and in Kuwait with the Kuwait Times. Currently, over 3,6 million copies are distributed every month. In June 2010, 700,000 issues of an own US edition of the Red Bulletin were distributed around the Red Bull Air Race in New York along with the New York Times. Behind every story there is a supposed outstanding achievement. Currently, all issues are available via the new Red Bulletin website.