You may have seen it in the news, drone racing is fun hobby. You may be thinking about taking your Phantom or Mavic drone to the park to scoot around with your friends, which would be fun, but that’s not what we’re talking about. We’re talking about small, tough, agile, high-speed machines with FPV cameras that maneuver highly technical closed tracks.

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With speeds in the neighborhood of 100 mph, technical courses that look like something out of a 90’s video game, and cash prizes on televised races, what’s not to love?!? Compared to high-end camera drones, it is fairly affordable to get started, and we’re here to help with a list of the best racing drones. (Please note, we really do recommend you custom build your perfect machine for your racing career, but if you are just a casual racer, or need a place to get started, the drones in this list are perfect for you.) 

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