Time to Get Ready For The 2018 Regional Series
The 2017 Regional Series is now in the books. After coming off of the largest racing season to date, MultiGP thought it was necessary to get the pilot’s thoughts and opinions on several topics that have come up during the 2017 season. Cell count, Regional Championship structure, and Turtle Mode were just a few of the items that have come on the MultiGP radar in 2017. So the leadership felt it necessary to make decisions on these topics. That was the reason for the 2017 Community Survey.
The 2017 Community Survey
A short while ago MultiGP posted a survey on this website to get a better read on what the Drone Racing community thought about these items that have come about in during the 2017 season. This survey was posted with the intent of getting a consensus in regards to these items. With the help of the pilots and chapter organizers who filled out the survey, MultiGP will be better equipped to move forward with any rules and regulations changes for the 2018 Regional Series.
MultiGP has always involved the pilots when making decisions…this makes for a stronger League. Based on the strong relationship that MultiGP has with its pilots, full disclosure is always the best practise. Because of this, MultiGP is making the results of this survey public for all to see. MultiGP values the input of its pilots, and always makes decisions based on what is ultimately best for the pilots. Tools like this survey enable MultiGP to act in the best interests of the pilots.
Here Are The Latest Results
Updated October 23, 2017, we will be sharing more updates soon.
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A Word of Thanks
MultiGP would like to thank all the pilots and chapter organizers who assisted by filling out this community survey. Without the support and backing of the pilots and chapter organizers, Drone Racing would not exist. Thank you again for all of your efforts, both on and off the Drone Racing Track.
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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