Best Drone Racing Gates

Updated January 2019
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    If you’re looking to set up your own drone racing course, you will need visible gates that won’t damage your drones. Most drone gates have a square, arch, or circular shape, and they vary in diameter from 20 to 90 inches. A larger gate is less likely to cause an accident, but if you have small drones and are traveling at lower speeds, a smaller gate may suffice. Most gates have plastic or fiberglass poles or rings to support the gate. Highly visible frames or tear-resistant fabric is crucial for a long-lasting set of racing gates. Most racing gates stay put with stakes, which are usually included. Take into consideration how many gates you will need to make a full course.

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