As the FPV drone scene expands,

better and faster craft emerge. Propellers, motors, flight controllers, and speed controls all fulfill the need for speed. But it’s the airframes that hold all of the components together that are seeing the biggest evolution. And while the established names continue to dominate, there’s an undercurrent of independent makers arriving who are building fast, strong, tournament-winning frames. Nowhere is that more apparent than in the United Kingdom. It was, after all, a UK-designed frame that helped Luke Bannister and his team win at the World Drone Prix in Dubai. His KC250 frame, designed by Craig Leong, was the result of a meaningful collaboration with some of the UK’s top pilots, including Bannister, Chi Lau, and Brett Collis. This, it would seem, was key to its success. Click on image below:

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