Drone Racing Prides Itself On Being the Ultimate Spectator Sport

Drone Racing Prides Itself On Being the Ultimate Spectator Sport
technology

Mashing up motorsports and videogames, this competition has broad appeal

Dave Pinter, PSFK
  • 9 february 2016

Humans have found ways to race pretty much everything. Racing boats, planes, bicycles, wheelchairs, sleds, lawnmowers, school busses, motorcycles and, of course, cars are all fueled by competitive spirit and a desire to challenge technology and engineering boundaries. We can add drones to that list as 2016 looks to be the year when drone racing establishes itself as a legitimate competitive sport.

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