Updates from the road to the Regional Championship, father and son racing duos, Spec Class racing, and more on the next episode of MultiGP News. From around the corner, to around the world, MultiGP News covers the world of FPV.
In The Morning Quad Chris and Jefte will cover some hot topics in the drone sports world. The MultiGP Micro and Tiny Whoop race classes make drone racing more approachable for many. EMAX’s BabyHawk is tearing up the micro scene; Jefte will have the specs of this little monster. Chris will announce a goal for the MultiGP Youtube channel, and Jefte will cover the details of the new Spec racing class.
The Regional Update has the highlights from the Qualifiers of last week. The Region 2B Qualifier was at Brevard Multirotor’s Minifest this year, and the action was amazing. Prescott, Arizona saw a Region 6C Qualifier, held by Prescott FPV Flyers. Two time MultiGP National Champion Shaun “NYTFURY” Taylor was there to give the other pilot a run for the podium!
Families that fly together stay together; the Team will look at some father and son racing duos who are making a name for themselves in the league. Drone racing is not just a family affair. FPV power couples are on the scene, and we bring you the details. Finally in The crash of the Week, SELA shows us a race drone getting up close and personal with a tree…
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