Photogallery, the challenge of an FPV drone to the Formula 1 champion

Max Verstappen's new Red Bull RB20 followed at Silverstone by the lightning-fast flying robot created specifically by the "Dutch Drone Gods" company

FPV Drone: at Silverstone the Red Bull RB20 Formula 1 driven by Max Verstappen was challenged by
Shaggy FPV”, aka Ralph Hogenbirk, “first person view” drone pilot, with his compatriot Max Verstappen, driver of the Red Bull team in Formula 1

Seamless, so-called “first-person” images of a complete lap by Max Verstappen and his brand new Red Bull RB20 on the Silverstone Grand Prix circuit are taken and recorded with a hand-piloted drone custom-built for this purpose.
Thanks to the technology invented by the specialized company "Dutch Drone Gods" and the Anglo-Austrian Formula 1 single-seater of the Dutch champion, the fastest subjective shot ever with an FPV-type flying robot was recently achieved.
The team's 2024 car Oracle Red Bull Racing was brought in front of the fans for the first time on that occasion, during which a flying robot equipped with "first person view" devices stood up to the comparison with the Circus machine in terms of duration and speed, recording a videos and taking high-definition images.
The “Dutch Drone Gods” team and pilot Ralph Hogenbirk, also known by the pseudonym “Shaggy FPV”, prepared for a lap behind compatriot Max Verstappen with multiple flight simulations.
The development was accelerated thanks to the possibility of taking advantage of the experience, know-how and operational processes of Red Bull Advanced, the engineering and technological antenna for high performance of the Circus team of the same name, generously offered to the men of the Netherlands.
The Eindhoven company designed and produced lightweight aerodynamic fairings and structural arms specifically for engine mounting, with the aim of helping reduce the total mass of the drone by around 10 percent.
While the vast majority of commercial flying robots travel around 60 km per hour with a battery life of around half an hour, the special drone had to fly with the same agility as a Formula 1 car.
The need to carry out large accelerations and decelerations, reaching a maximum speed of 300 km per hour, have significantly reduced the battery life to around 3 minutes.
Captivating images remain of the day of February 13, 2024.

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The special drone technology of the “Dutch Drone Gods” team