Very impressive but my guess is he wasn’t flying an I2 and certainly not as constrained by H&S guys on his set as we are in the UK.https://jalopnik.com/this-guy-has-to-be-one-of-the-best-drone-pilots-in-the-1830573469
@MrTVR when you gonna let’s see how you do it
When you do it, for TV.
I have seen that train video and I couldn’t agree more. That pilot was fantastic!That’s a racing drone. Lots of people have those skills. Take a look at videos from the free-style world. Personally I think the guy who flew into a boxcar of a moving train is better. He also flew under the train and between cars. There’s a mini-documentary on how he practiced for it. At one point he’s flying along side of the engineer who looks over and angrily slaps his window shut. Hilarious. It’s very fun! I fly a I2s professionally but just got a Holybro Kopis 2 for fun. What a complete blast! Y’all should treat yourselves!
You should! It's quite the deal for $300. F7 controller, BLHeli_32, T-Motor T-40 Pro II motors... ultra stable and powerful. Sorry to hijack but I feel like a kid again! It's so much fun. It supports 6S and I've got some 1,000 mah 6S on order for it. I can't imagine this on 6S! I'll probably prop it down some to keep amp loads safe.I should treat myself to one those
Oh, God... I know, right? It's the younger generation. I used to race, both road and dragstrip. I built cars, had several 10 second 3.8 liter Turbo Buicks. I raced formula Fords too... pretty tame but fun. The slowest way to do ANYTHING is to spin 'em. Going around a track or down a 1/4 mile run... If you're spinnin' you ain't winnin'!Just out of curiosity, what's the point of those "drifting" competitions? Other than the hole all those tires are burning in their wallets?