We don't have a specific date, but we're shooting for 2017.
We're looking for the right location in the Greater Chattanooga Area. If you know the owner of a vacant warehouse and are able to introduce us, get in touch!
The format will be similar to a stand-alone go-kart raceway. Each race will have 4 - 8 competing racers doing multiple laps, with the races finishing somewhere around 3 minutes in total.
Admission options will vary, but basically it will likely be $60 per person for first-time visits, which will include hands-on flight training and 3 races. Single race admissions will float around $15. There will be various discount, bulk, and coupon opportunities available.
No, FAA regulations do not affect our patrons while using our drones inside our enclosed raceway.
If you plan to purchase and use your own drone outdoors, then you must register with the FAA here.
We think so. We’ve looked, and so far each one we’ve seen has been temporary events, or dedicated courses for DIY hobbyists with their own gear and experience. This is the first of it’s kind to cater specifically to non-hobbyists.
Yes, but not initially. Early on, we won’t be able to accommodate BYOD (Bring Your Own Drone). BUT, we do plan to host league events and competitions in the future.