Drone Racing Training Series

Here you will find the tips, tricks, skills, and drills that will elevate your piloting ability. Whether you are a to drone racing, or a seasoned pilot, you will find the information you need to grow your FPV game! From training drills, to tips from top MultiGP pilots, this will be your source for the knowledge necessary to help you make it to the winners' podium.

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Build a Micro Drone Track

Parent/Child Project: Building a Backyard Micro Drone Track Father Michael Rollins, with his children, Ava and Logan, enjoying drone racing    PHOTO: Mike Henrie These are not your father’s R/C models! It is truly stunning how quickly radio controlled model technology has advanced in the last decade. Modern R/C equipment is far more user-friendly and affordable than the models of old, which makes getting into this rewarding hobby much easier than before. One of the coolest R/C models for...  Read More

Feb 17, 2017 at 3:46:00 PM UTC in Drone Racing Training Series  |  Comments

Drone Racing Training Part 2

Training Tips From Top MultiGP Pilots There are many components that go into being a champion. Motors, ESCs, frames, flight controllers, and batteries are not the only choices that you face. How you train is also an important step on your road to the Winner’s Circle. Your skills as a pilot are the foundation to your success on the MultiGP Circuit. Races are won before the starting buzzer; races are won by finding that calm center in the middle of chaos. Training, drills, and practice – b...  Read More

Nov 23, 2016 at 12:41:00 PM UTC in Drone Racing Training Series  |  Comments

Drone Racing Training Part 1

Drills, Recommendations, and Exercises for Improving Piloting Skills Part 1: The Basics It’s not the motors, it’s not the battery, it’s not the flight controller that wins the race. It is the pilot. The best pilots in the league are not the best because of their equipment. These “Top Guns” of the drone racing world are on top because they understand that at the end of the day it is their time invested in practicing, their reflexes, and their mindset when in the pilot’s chair that ...  Read More

Nov 3, 2016 at 4:19:00 PM UTC in Drone Racing Training Series  |  Comments