Our goal is to make learning about racing quadcopters easier. There is a ton of drone racing information scattered across the Internet, but good luck finding a one stop shop for up-to-date information. Over the past year, we have compiled a beginner to advanced pilot learning series in our Drone Racing Guide. We recommend starting there if you are new to the hobby – think of it as your quadcopter guide book!
Alongside our informational guides, you will find news on events we go to, fun things we do with our miniquads, and cool stuff we make or buy. We post at least two new articles a week, so there should always be new content to devour! We also have a Facebook page where we share articles, photos, and more. Finally, we put together awesome videos about our adventures in the hobby on our YouTube channel.
I’ve been living and breathing RC for over 10 years now. I cut my teeth with high-speed EDFs and gliders, then moved onto helicopters. I wasn’t into early multicopters until I started seeing FPV racers. The first time I flew one I was hooked. Professionally, I’m a software engineer and love tinkering around with electronics.
I’m also known by my handle “neonbjb” on most RC forums and Reddit.
Unlike James, quadcopters are my first foray into the RC scene. After I saw freestyle videos of the crazy possibilities FPV enabled, I was hooked! I learned the basics with a Hubsan X4, moved on to using sims like FPV Freerider, and finally graduated to flying a ZMR 250 miniquad. I plan on sharing my ongoing learning process with you, and hope to welcome beginners into the hobby!
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