1 of 8Though Air Time has just six outs this season he has looked dominant in every one. Jess Lockwood saw that at Last Cowboy Standing when Air Time tossed the rookie in just 2.66 seconds.
2 of 8Lockwood had been rising since his debut until Air Time grounded him, he hopes to get a rematch next weekend in Decatur, Texas, though.
3 of 8Not even reigning PBR World Champion J.B. Mauney could handle Air Time, bucking off in just 3.63 seconds. Air Time earned a 45-point bull score for his effort.
4 of 8In Sioux Falls, South Dakota, Mike Lee got a shot at Air Time. A shot that lasted just a hair over 2 seconds.
5 of 8Joao Ricardo Vieira's wreck courtesy of Air Time was one of the most memorable images of the first half. Vieira walked away from the scary flight unharmed and could just laugh at how easy Air Time handled him.
6 of 8At Iron Cowboy, 2008 World Champion Guilherme Marchi attempted Air Time. Marchi lasted 1.93 seconds while Air Time walked away with a 45.5 point bull score.
7 of 8No rider has reached four seconds aboard Air Time this season.
8 of 8Ryan Dirteater was the first to taste the dirt thanks to Air Time when he bucked him off in just 1.61 seconds in Oklahoma City.