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ESPN airs the US National Drone Racing Championships

by Sally Herships Aug 5, 2016
A look at why the global sports network is backing this unconventional sport.
A drone racing enthusiast prepares a racing drone at the 2016 CeBIT digital technology trade fair on March 14, 2016 in Hanover, Germany. First-person view drone racing, in which the pilot wears goggles to give him the live view from a camera mounted on the drone, is growing rapidly in popularity with racing leagues in many different countries.
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ESPN takes a flyer on drone racing

by Sally Herships Apr 14, 2016
The sports network is out to turn the fledgling sport into a NASCAR of the sky
A drone racing at an IDRA competition.
Courtesy of IDRA