Does Drone Racing ring a bell? If it doesn’t, don’t worry you won’t feel left out. Think of the Formula 1 or MotoGP but this time Drones and not Cars or Motorbikes. It’s more like that.

How it all started?

We like fun and exciting things. This means staying on the edge of innovation, current trends and taking the lead to create trends. On the 5th and 6th of June, Zoomin.TV in partnership with FormulaFPV launched Drone Racing World Series at the Amsterdam Arena, Netherlands. This is one of our newest and exciting events and there are big plans. After months of planning and hard work it all came to life.

Drone Racing World Series

People of all ages came to witness the Drone Racing World series launch

This event attracted audiences of all ages, from young ones to senior citizens – that’s the power of innovation, getting everyone curious.

What is it and how does it work?

Drone Pilots

Drone Pilots focused on the race

So, this is Formula 1-like sport, except there isn’t a human being on board. The Drone Pilot is in control using the virtual reality goggles to control the Drones as it cruises on the circuit. Drone racing is considered the next big thing after eSports, which mostly comprises of video games. It’s fun, with top speeds of over 100 miles an hour, collisions and drones going up in smoke – it doesn’t lack drama.


What the future holds

Drone Racing World SeriesThe Drone World Series, will comprise of six events each hosted per continent with the world final being the seventh event. You will be first to know once all the dates are in place. We are currently busy putting together some exciting footage of what transpired on the 5th and 6th of June.

What’s in it for me?

The Drone Racing series creates unlimited potential for our Creators. The series opens the door for content creation opportunities, for Creators across the board, no matter what your area of focus is – be it in technology, gaming, fashion and many other areas. Don’t miss out on anything, like or follow Drone Racing Series Facebook Page and subscribe to the YouTube Channel. Get in touch if you have any great ideas on how you can be involved. Also let us know what your take is on Drone Racing, in the comments below.