When drones go pro

As drone racing grows up, hobbyists preserve its heart

I’m standing behind a stack of boxes in a warehouse in Fremont, 15 miles north of San Jose.

Bzzz! Bzzz! Bzzz!

Three drones whiz by at highway speeds as I clutch a cardboard shield close to my face. They turn sideways as they navigate a corner and then right themselves before ducking under an arch. After rounding two more turns, they fly over the finish line of the drone-racing course. Continue reading When drones go pro