I've always wanted to be a pilot, since I can first remember.
And, about, a year and a few months ago, I got my first mini drone.
And then, started racing.
But, it potentially stemmed from me flying the old toy planes inside my room.
And then, two years ago, I got my first set of [UNKNOWN] in the system.
So you can fly first person view.
I put it on my plane, flying that round.
I'm sort of unusual, I've got a drone racing and it went from there.
No, we're all really friends.
That's great, we're all friends and help each other and Big community also on Facebook, so that's very good for beginners too.
We did a lot of trials, we did a lot of races and looked at what works and what doesn't.
And now we have very good, very stable rules and regulation, how we race.
I really think the sport's just gonna keep growing and growing and growing in the future, considering how far its gone in about a year.
From people flying on the local park, whatever, to flying inside stadiums.
I think that it's just gonna Keep growing and you know hopefully it becomes a professional sport.
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