FAI Drone Racing World Cup 2018 Fast And Furious: The Biggest Drone Racing Series On The Planet

Drone pilots at the ready! The FAI Drone Racing World Cup 2018 is coming to a city near you soon. A massive 24 World Cup contests are already registered on the FAI calendar for this third edition of the FAI Drone Racing World Cup, up from 16 last year and 9 in 2016. That makes the World Cup the biggest drone racing series around, and means lots more opportunities for both pilots and fans to enjoy the electrifying thrills of top-level drone racing.

The first event will be the 2018 Indonesia Drone Racing World Cup, taking place in Bali on April 6-8.

Prilep, in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, will be the venue for the final contest of the 2018 season, which will run on October 13-14.

As in previous years, competitors will participate in a series of races flying multi-rotor drones weighing no more than 1kg.

FAI President Frits Brink said: “The FAI is committed to supporting and promoting drone racing: one of the fastest growing air sports in the world.

“Last year’s FAI Drone Racing World Cup was already a big event, attracting more than 400 participants from a total of 37 different countries. With eight more contests on the calendar, the 2018 edition is on track to be even more successful.

“I look forward to enjoying all the action from the competition alongside drone racing fans around the world.”

The FAI Drone Racing World Cup

The FAI Drone Racing World Cup is a unique event offering fun and excitement for competitors and spectators alike.

It brings together drone racers from all over the world, and gives them a platform from which to show off their considerable skills, while pitting their drones against other top-flight pilots.

With contests in 19 different countries ranging from China to Finland, Brazil to France, and Russia to Australia, it also reflects the international popularity of drone sports.

The 2017 champion, Switzerland’s Dario Neuenschwander, said: “I really enjoyed traveling around the world meeting great pilots during the FAI Drone Racing World Cup. It was an amazing experience.”

List of 2018 World Cup events (as of 28 March 2018):

2018 Indonesia Drone Racing World CupBali (Indonesia)6-8 April
2018 China Drone Racing Open (WDRC Test Match)Shenzhen (People’s Republic of China)11-13 May
2018 Drone Festival RaceGdynia (Poland)19-20 May
2018 Seoul Drone Race World CupSeoul (Korea)25-27 May
2018 Leiria Drone Race World CupLeiria (Portugal)9-10 June
2018 WDR Paris World CupBretigny-sur-Orge (France)16-17 June
208 Brazil F3U World Cup Drone RacingBrasilia (Brazil)22-24 June
2018 German Drone World CupNördlingen (Germany)30 June – 1 July
2018 Cabourg World CupCabourg (France)30 June – 2 July
2018 International Drone Race Slovakia – Trencin FPV CupTrencin (Slovakia)30 June
2018 FPV Racing World CupPrilep (Former Yugoslav Rep. of Macedonia)7-8 July
2018 Jämi FPV OpenJämijärvi (Finland)21-22 July
2018 Barcelona Drone Racing F3U World CupBarcelona (Spain)21-22 July
2018 World Cup RussiaMoscow (Russia)28-29 July
2018 World Cup Latvia DroneracingRiga (Latvia)10-12 August
2018 Mitteldeutscher FPV Race CupBitterfeld (Germany)11-12 August
2018 Daegu Drone Race World CupDaegu City (Korea)24-26 August
2018 Noosphere Race CupDnipro (Ukraine)25-26 August
2018 SRSA CupLausanne (Switzerland)31 August
2 September
2018 Royal Adelaide Show FPVAdelaide (Australia)7-9 September
2018 F3U World cup ItalyMagreta di Sassuolo, Modena (Italy)8-9 September
2018 F3U Pam CupPlovdiv (Bulgaria)29-30 September
2018 World Cup Spain – La RinconadaSeville (Spain)5-7 October
2018 Phoenix World CupPrilep (Former Yugoslav Rep. of Macedonia)13-14 October


Information about the FAI Drone Racing World Cup (calendar, rules, documents, rankings): www.fai.org/world-cups/drone-racing

No Replies to "FAI Drone Racing World Cup 2018 Fast And Furious: The Biggest Drone Racing Series On The Planet"