Air racing was a powerful driver of both technology and public awareness in the early days of aviation. Motor racing has been the proving ground for advances in the automotive industry. Will the emergence of drone racing do the same for unmanned aircraft? Today’s multicopter small unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) are designed to hover and take pictures. They are easy to fly, but slow and susceptible to wind and weather. As developers look ahead to uses such as delivering emergency ...

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