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Here at My Drone Adventure we have watched the drone racing industry take off, and we believe that this is only the start. The drone racers right now are the innovators of this sport. How does drone racing work? The drone racers operate a drone through something called FPV (First Person View) by a camera on the front of the drone. The drone racers utilize something called FPV goggles or a video receiver.  This will allow drone racer to see where they’re going when the drone is flying in combination with the camera attached to the drone.  The FPV camera needs to be durable, have a high frame rate and a wide FOV (Field of View). All of information provided means that drone pilots sees what the drone sees during the drone race. The next area that I would like discuss in reference to what is required in order to race a drone is the Flight Controller. The drone’s flight controller is the only thing that keeps your drone stable while in flight.  The next area that drones racers need to be concerned about is Durability And Repair ability. The reason that this is a such a concern for drone racers is because it almost a guarantee that there going to crash. Drone racing frames should have the ability of taking lots of hits before breaking. All the parts on a racing drone should be able to be replaced if the drone crashes. This makes the sport cost effective because only parts need to be replaced instead of the entire racing drone. If you become interested in drone racing and decide that you would like to fly then you should begin with learning how to hover. This can be accomplished by learning the basics of line-of-sight flying, what this means is that First Person View is not utilized while flying the racing drone. This will also assist in learning to repair the drone because learning to fly is a lot harder then it sounds so expect a lot of crash and burns. Once you have perfected flying the racing drone then you should start stepping up your flying skills through attempting such maneuvers such as flips, rolls and nose dives. Once you have perfected these skills of flying you are then ready to step it up a notch and create your own improvised race track in your local park, backyard, or even abandon building but make sure that you ask permission first because otherwise it will be considered trespassing which is against the law. We want people to respect and enjoy drone racing so please do not get caught performing illegal acts with the racing drone because otherwise the FAA will tighten the belt on drone racing and the sport will be ruined. Next you should start creating a track that is to specifications of the U.S. National Drone Racing Championship or MultiGP. What this would consist of is Air gates this what drone races use as obstacles to keep drone pilots on the track. They are usually three to six feet in diameter and are u-shaped. These can be made with pool noodles and some PVC piping. Some racing drone tracks can consist also with flags, cones, rope, lighting, arrows, tires, trees, or anything you chose to make as an obstacle in order for you to become a better drone racer and start competing. Always remember the best place for you to obtain your racing drone, replacement parts and accessories is My Drone Adventure.  

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  The Skimmer aka the Indy 250 Plus FPV Racing Quad – ARF Now Assembled, Just add Radi..
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Here at My Drone Adventure we have watched the drone racing industry take off, and we believe that this is only the start. The drone racers right now are the innovators of this sport. How does drone racing work? The drone racers operate a drone through something called FPV (First Person View) by a camera on the front of the drone. The drone racers utilize something called FPV goggles or a video receiver.  This will allow drone racer to see where they’re going when the drone is flying in combination with the camera attached to the drone.  The FPV camera needs to be durable, have a high frame rate and a wide FOV (Field of View). All of information provided means that drone pilots sees what the drone sees during the drone race. The next area that I would like discuss in reference to what is required in order to race a drone is the Flight Controller. The drone’s flight controller is the only thing that keeps your drone stable while in flight.  The next area that drones racers need to be concerned about is Durability And Repair ability. The reason that this is a such a concern for drone racers is because it almost a guarantee that there going to crash. Drone racing frames should have the ability of taking lots of hits before breaking. All the parts on a racing drone should be able to be replaced if the drone crashes. This makes the sport cost effective because only parts need to be replaced instead of the entire racing drone. If you become interested in drone racing and decide that you would like to fly then you should begin with learning how to hover. This can be accomplished by learning the basics of line-of-sight flying, what this means is that First Person View is not utilized while flying the racing drone. This will also assist in learning to repair the drone because learning to fly is a lot harder then it sounds so expect a lot of crash and burns. Once you have perfected flying the racing drone then you should start stepping up your flying skills through attempting such maneuvers such as flips, rolls and nose dives. Once you have perfected these skills of flying you are then ready to step it up a notch and create your own improvised race track in your local park, backyard, or even abandon building but make sure that you ask permission first because otherwise it will be considered trespassing which is against the law. We want people to respect and enjoy drone racing so please do not get caught performing illegal acts with the racing drone because otherwise the FAA will tighten the belt on drone racing and the sport will be ruined. Next you should start creating a track that is to specifications of the U.S. National Drone Racing Championship or MultiGP. What this would consist of is Air gates this what drone races use as obstacles to keep drone pilots on the track. They are usually three to six feet in diameter and are u-shaped. These can be made with pool noodles and some PVC piping. Some racing drone tracks can consist also with flags, cones, rope, lighting, arrows, tires, trees, or anything you chose to make as an obstacle in order for you to become a better drone racer and start competing. Always remember the best place for you to obtain your racing drone, replacement parts and accessories is My Drone Adventure.