Overview Of the COurse
Track layout can be simple or intricate, but we have found that the more complicated
it is, the more taxing it is on the pilot to keep on the course. Keep it simple, and keep it
fun. Here is the overview of the track we laid out:
1 / Some pallets we found at the site and used as a starting launch. This is the only
time the quads can fly on this side of flags 2, 4, and 8. During the race, they have to
stay on the opposite side away from pilots.
2 / Fly between this flag and the building around to the back side.
3 / Fly through the building, entering the door and exiting through the window.
4 / Fly between the two flags, while staying closer to the white one.
5 / Take a quick low path through the gate, heading toward the back side of the
6 / Make the turn around this flag, and line up with the first window on the back side
of the second building.
7 / Travel through the second building, flying through the large window, through the
living room, and out the front door.
8 / Follow the cones, staying on the inside of the flag.
Pass on the far side (from the pilots) of the checkered flag and you have completed
one lap. After eight of these, the checkered flag becomes the finish line.
This house has many different paths to fly through, so the
pilots must plan and follow the course that they lay out.