What the Tech: Drone Racing

Drone racing could be the next big thing.

Drones, flying as fast as 70 miles per hour, race on indoors courses in abandoned malls, power plants, and football stadiums.

The races are relatively short, about 90 seconds.

So far, it’s not a spectator sport. Races are recorded and then posted online for fans to watch.

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