Quadtoberfest, vote Randy Cameron to protect FPV, famous drone racers compete in Kansas, and much more. Go to www.multigp.com for all things relating to drone sports! Welcome to MultiGP News.
This week’s MultiGP Rundown’s footage is courtesy of MultiGP Pilot Shawn Ames. The first event was some epic TRON-style LED night flying in Riggs Beer Field in Urbana, Illinois. Hosted by Central Illinois Drone Racers, this event had nearly 20 pilots in attendance. Tune in to find out the winners, and the awesome prizes!
the other event that Shawn shared with us was at Riverfest Park in Desoto, Kansas. This was KCFPV’s 3rd annual event and the race was sponsored by Mid-American Multirotor. Some of MultiGP’ s fastest pilots were in attendance for this race, like Brian “BrainDrain” Morris. Be sure to keep watching to find out who was flying 6s, and who won the event. You won’t believe it!
Vote Randy For AMA EVP
Your AMA voting ballot is due to the AMA by November 9, 2017. This year Randy Cameron is running for Executive Vice President, and he wants your vote. Randy was one of the first AMA members to fly a drone, and he understand the importance of drones and the continuing growth of model aviation. He is pro-FPV, and has several ideas for protecting and growing our sport. This is an interview you do not want to miss.
What do you do when you live in a place with 300 days of rain a year? You fly indoors! That is exactly what over 20 MultiGP pilots did in Portland, Oregon for Quadoberfest. This event was hosted by the largest Tier 1 chapters, Northwest FPV. Quadtoberfest was held indoors in a 31,000 square foot facility. Tune in to find out the winners of this event.
Crashes of The Week
Are you ready to take pleasure from someone else’s pain? Well then the Crashes of The Week are for you! Get ready for a compilation of carnage as we watch quads come apart.
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.