FAI Drone Sports
For detailed information (participation data etc), upload the World Cup Coordinator's Annual Report -
- News article 23 November 2017
A total of 435 competitors placed from 37 countries (AUS, AUT, BEL, BLR, BUL, CHN, CRO, CZE, DEN, ESP, FRA, GBR, GER, HKG, HUN, INA, ITA, JPN, KOR, LAT, LTU, LUX, MKD, NED, NOR, POL, POR, RUS, SIN, SLO, SUI, SVK, SWE, THA, TPE, UKR, USA).
Note: It was not possible to include the 2017 Kyiv Rotor Club contest (UKR-1) in World Cup placings due to a rainstorm that damaged the server, meaning no data could be gathered.
The total World Cup score for each participant is the sum of their best four contest results (numbers of points). For each participant, one contest result per organising country can count towards his or her World Cup placing (with higher points awarded if he or her scores in two contests in any one organising country).
Three Junior pilots placed in the top 5, an impressive result that shows the ability of young pilots to compete at the highest level in Drone Racing.
|3||GROUT Thomas (Junior)||FRA||120|
|4||ZAMORA CABAÑAS Alejandro (Junior)||ESP||118|
|5||WIELGOSZ Jan (Junior)||POL||115|
2017 FAI Drone Racing World Cup winner Dario Neuenschwander from Switzerland