Chris Haskins, who both races and builds racing drones spoke to Kendall Mark of Airvuz in Boise, ID recently.
Chris tells us how he got started in drone racing, with a background in technology he enjoys the geek factor, his company has migrated from creating racing drones to a company that focused on the stem educational aspects of drones.
When racing enjoys the adrenaline rush, while not risking life and limb. He tells one funny story (now) about rushing home to put his drone that he had just crashed into the snow home so that he could put it into the oven to dry it out. Chris’s racing is a family, and is 12 year old daughter is also getting involved in Drone Racing.