Drone Racing News: Train Vs. Drone Pilot Speaks Out, Russian Fem Fatale Drone Racer

Tricks and tips from FPV “Veterans”, a jet racing pilot flies a racing drone, the infamous viral video “Drone Vs. Train” pilot speaks out, and much more. Go to www.multigp.com for all things relating to drone sports! Welcome to MultiGP News.

Russian Fem Fatale Drone Racer

Drone racing has really been heating up over in Europe, and because of this even Russia is getting in on the action. Kelara will introduce you to the first Female MultiGP pilot in Russia, Natalie “NATAHOVA”. Natalie has been flying FPV for two years, and started competing last year. NATAHOVA flies with the Russian MultiGP chapter Copterpilot, which has an impressive membership of 40 pilots. This is one pilot to keep an eye on!

Jet Racing Pilot Flies Racing Drone

This year’s MultiGP National Championship took place at the 54th annual Reno Air Racing Championship in Reno, Nevada. Punctuated with the roar of full sized airplanes and jets all during the competition was the stunning backdrop of the Nevada mountains. One of the pilots who flew and competed in full-sized jet racing was pilot and COE of Airplane Wraps, Scott Farnsworth. He has competed in both aerobatics and pylon racing during his career. The MultiGP Drone Racing action mesmerized and fascinated Scott. We’ll spend a little time on the Championship track with Scott, and even see Jordan “JET” Temkin show Scott how to fly FPV! You do not want to miss this!

“Veteran” Pilots Share Tips and Tricks

FPV Drone Racing has been around for several years now, so there are a few veteran pilots who are out on the MultiGP circuit. Kelara will bring you some tips and tricks from these pilots who know a thing or two about drone racing. Jerrod “JROD” Quillien, Jordan “JET” Temkin, and Zachary “A_NUB” Thayer will weigh in on what keeps them at the front of the pack, so get ready to take notes!

Train Vs. Drone Pilot Speaks Out

It seems like Paul “NURK” Nurkkala set the interweb on FIRE last week with his YouTube video “Flight of the Year // Trains, Bridges, Rapids, Mountains, Sunset, Gapping, Perching, Powerlooping”. Internet groups from Gizmodo to Discover Magazine Online were ablaze with this amazing video because of its stunning content. People either loved it, or hated it. Want to know what Paul has to say about “NURKing” the hobby??? MultiGP News will bring you an exclusive interview with this highly popular pilot.

The Crashes of The Week

Finally, in  the “Crashes of The Week”, the News Team shares with you some of the mayhem that was inflicted on racing drones in the last few weeks. In the immortal words of that famous politician, “I feel your PAIN!”


About MultiGP:

MultiGP is the largest professional drone racing league in the world. Because of this, MultiGP hosts frequent competitive gatherings and casual events within its  extensive network. The Organization currently has over 20,000 registered pilots in addition to 500 active chapters worldwide. MultiGP nurtures its Chapters by providing tools, guidance and community support. Due to this structure drone racing is fun, organized and rewarding for pilots, Chapter Organizers and spectators. The National Championship, Regional Series, International Open, Universal Time Trial Tracks and Chapter Tiers are programs designed to allow the drone racing community to compete in an easily accessible yet structured format while still progressing the sport. Because of MultiGP’s efforts, it is the Academy of Model Aeronautics Special Interest Group for First Person View (FPV) Racing. For more information, go to www.MultiGP.com.

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