Powered by batteries and an electric engine, the tiny RaceBird reaches an impressive 69 mph. It’ll be the backbone for an exciting e-race circuit.
Steve Hull hit 201.07 mph earlier this month, breaking the previous record by more than 10 seconds.
The new racing drone could accelerate the development of the electric vertical takeoff and landing segment.
Inside Air Race E, the New Electric Aeroplane Speed Circuit That Wants to Be the Formula 1 of the Skies
Air Race E plans to hold an annual World Cup for electric airplane racing to not only thrill fans, but push the boundaries of innovation of this emerging technology.
The main requirement of Air Race E is the ability to go fast.