Drone Racing in State College
South Hills School of Business & Technology has affiliated with Central PA Quad Racers (CPAQR) to bring sanctioned drone racing to State College.
CPAQR is headquartered out of Buzzard RC Field in Lock Haven, PA. They are Academy of Model Aeronautics (AMA) sanctioned and a chapter of MultiGP Drone Racing, the world's largest drone racing league. The State College Branch of CPAQR is based out of South Hills.
Central PA Quad Racers Sanctioned Events in State College
Click here for complete information about all CPAQR racing events.
All racing events will be held at the State College Assembly of God, 2201 University Drive Ext., State College, PA 16801.
Race Day Schedule
10:00AM – Setup
11:00AM – Registration & Practice
1:00PM – Race Begins
What is FPV Drone Racing?
Drone Racing is a sport in which small unmanned aircraft system (sUAS) remote pilots build extremely fast, agile, multirotor unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) that are used to fly competitively around various set courses.
First Person View (FPV) racing is a type of drone flying where pilots use cameras to fly drones as if they were sitting in the cockpit. Drone racers fly using FPV monitor screens, while others use specialized, virtual-reality style FPV goggles for an immersive experience.