The 13th Annual Jasper Air Show wrapped up on Sunday afternoon after two days of thrilling spectators both from the air and on the ground.

This year, in addition to World War II aircraft and aerobatic performances, the crowd was also thrilled to see a jet car traveling 290 miles-per-hour on the runway, stunt motorcyclists, and even an airplane landing on the top of a moving truck.

The fans came out in big numbers on Saturday, while Sunday's crowd was just slightly smaller. Air Show Director Debbie Foster called the event a success and she thanked all of those who volunteered to make the show possible.

Sunday's show was just beginning to reach the end when a rain shower crossed the field. Air show fans scrambled to hangars and watched as the pilots continued performing.

Broadcast journalist & on-air personality - Rayburn Broadcasting Company - KJAS 107.3 FM in Jasper, TX and KFAH 99.1 FM in Pineland, TX