In this week’s episode you might notice a few changes; find out what happened and why things look different. Let us know what you think. MultiGP News listens to its loyal viewers, so keep letting us know what you like!
Having a hard time seeing? The News team will talk a little about video reception quality. Hear Chris and Frank’s tip on how you can improve your feed when you are in the field. You will not want to miss these tips.
Chris and Frank will also cover the latest Hype Train that is chugging through the FPV Culture, REVERSE PROPS! What are the benefits? Are there ANY? Be sure to tune in the the News to find out the full scoop.
In the Regional Update, the News Team will bring you the latest news from the road to the Championship. With 9 Regional events over the last week, there has been a lot of action. From the West Coast, to North Dakota, the competition was non-stop. Join the Team as they recap all the excitement from the Regional Series.
Finally, there was a mountain of wrecked quads in the FPV world recently – if the viewer submissions for The Crash of The Week are any indication! After going through a TON of tasty thrashing, the Team has chosen a few for your viewing pleasure. To all who submitted footage, thank you for sharing your pain!
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