… been here so many times, finally found the energy for a well deserved blog entry:
Hangar 7 is Didi Mateschitz’ daring collection of big boys toys and tickles for culinary tongues, a private hangar at Salzburg’s W. A. Mozart Airport, right off the highway border with Germany, at the bottom of mythical Untersberg, and at the beginning of the Austrian Alps. It is also the venue for the weekly Talk im Hangar 7 on Servus TV which occasionally dares to break out of the official re-education mainstream propaganda. Don’t miss this unique place! Compared to Grandmaster Mateschitz, Mozart was a one-trick-pony.
Red Bull gave the wings for Felix Baumgartner’s historic jump from the stratosphere.
Enough firepower to start a revolution and provide the world with new energy. Coincidentally – or not – the precursor of Red Bull was a secret paramilitary group in the Golden Triangle, backed by Thai Royalty and the CIA, under the name of Krating Daeng (Red Gaurs), where Red Bull founder Chaleo Yoovidhya was a member.
Having worked for Red Bull and Carpe Diem, I consider myself a proud member of the tribe.
Schwarzenegger’s favorite, now closed, after Austrian freedom recently went up in smoke.