Whiskey Warehouse Series Race #1

The first of six Whiskey Warehouse Series races is in the books.  Despite winter storm Hunter, 21 pilots traveled from as far away as Cleveland.   1st Place – NURK 2nd Place – kmead 3rd Place – jawz   Series Standings: Pilot Best 3 Races Race #1 NURK 20 20 kmead 17 17 jawz 15 […]

Whiskey Warehouse Series

Whiskey Warehouse Racing Series Announced.

We are proud to announce our 2018 Winter Race Series. Mark your calendars for the following drone racing events in the series: Jan. 13, 2018 Jan. 27, 2018 Feb. 10 , 2018 Feb. 24, 2018 Mar. 10, 2018 Mar. 24, 2018 Thanks to our generous sponsors for making this series a success: Team Blacksheep Venom […]

Results from our “Rapid Failure” FPV Race

CQR held its 6th race of the 2017 season on 7-9-17.  The weather was great having very little wind however, the temps did rise to the point where most pilots huddled under their popups or within the pilot’s tent. The Pro class housed 25 pilots with the Novice class coming in at 6. CQR entertained […]

Results from Our MultiGP 3C Regional Qualifier

Cincinnati Quad Racers (Tier 2) hosted its first MultiGP Regional Qualifier on Sunday, June 25th.  The weather was almost perfect, but pilots did have to contend with windy conditions throughout the day.  35 pilots attended, with many traveling more than two hours for the opportunity to compete for 6 Regional Final spots. The MultiGP Regional […]

Photo of a racing drone shot with a slow shutter speed.

Drone Racing Art with a Slow Shutter Speed

Here are some photos from our last FPV race. These photos were my attempt at capturing a moving drone with a slow shutter speed. The quality of the photos isn’t great, but the art that’s created is pretty impressive. Photos by Mike Welch 6/11/2017

Drone racing zooms into the Tri-State

We were recently featured on Cincinnati’s Fox19 news.  Follow the link below for the full story. Drone racing has already been televised on ESPN and now the new sport is taking off in the Tri-State. Source: Drone racing zooms into the Tri-State