Racing drones are small, agile, and often high-speed unmanned aerial vehicles designed specifically for competitive racing. These drones are typically built for speed, agility, and maneuverability, and they are used in organized racing events where pilots navigate them through obstacle courses or designated tracks.

They often have first-person view (FPV) cameras that provide real-time video transmission to specialized goggles worn by the pilot, allowing for a more immersive and dynamic racing experience. Pilots control these drones using remote controllers and navigate them through the race course, aiming for speed, precision, and skillful maneuvering.

Racing drones come in various shapes and sizes, and enthusiasts often customize or build their own drones to suit their racing style and preferences. The racing community is passionate about this competitive and high-speed sport, continually innovating and pushing the boundaries of drone technology.