Not to be confused with the book.
Wings Around the Globe, or the WATG Rally, is a air racing competition that uses competitors from all around the world. It is broadcast on the Racing Sports Network, with Brent Mustangburger as the host and announcer. The competing planes fly around the world for around 80 hours, over three continents, two oceans and dozens of countries, but only six stops.


Qualifications in Lincoln


  • Stany ZjednoczoneLincoln, U.S.A. (qualification rally)
  • Stany Zjednoczone - IslandiaNew York, U.S.A. to Iceland - Distance: 2,609 miles (4,199 kilometers)
  • Islandia - Flag of Germany svgIceland to Germany - Distance: 1,477 miles (2,377 kilometers)
  • Flag of Germany svg - IndieGermany to India - Distance: 4,077 miles (6,561 kilometers)
  • Indie - 125px-Flag of Nepal svgIndia to Nepal - Distance: 673 miles (1,083 kilometers)
  • 125px-Flag of Nepal svg - ChinyNepal to Shanghai, China - Distance: 2,075 miles (3,339 kilometers)
  • Chiny - MeksykShanghai, China to Mexico City, Mexico - Distance: 8,016 miles (12,900 kilometers)
  • Meksyk - Stany Zjednoczone Mexico City, Mexico to New York, U.S.A. (end) - Distance: 2,307 miles (3,713 kilometers)


  • The concept of the Wings Around the Globe appears to be recycled from the World Grand Prix.


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