One of the newest events coming out of FPV racing is the informal aerobatic competition known as “freestyle.” This event usually follows the FPV racing contest and is performed on the same racecourse, with the option of using the gates and flags as part of the pilot’s routine. Right now, freestyle is very informal and optional, but interest in this offshoot of racing is gathering momentum and it might well become its own segment of FPV racing. Freestyle recently got international attention at the Dubai World Drone Prix, where prizes were awarded in freestyle aerobatics. We got a chance to sit down with XHover’s Daniel Sandoval (right), an avid competitor in freestyle competition, to talk about this new type of FPV event. For more on this exciting event click on the photo.
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