With the growing popularity of Quad drones and FPV (First Person Viewing) technology, we created two Quad Courses. One course will be a Precision Landing/Obstacle course and the second will be a Racing Course. On October 11th, we have completed the second phase on both courses. Scroll down to see the pictures of both courses. 
Jimmy Gaona
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Richard Gibson
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Quad Courses

Precision Landing/Obstacle Course

Racing Course

FPV Assignment Board
Prior to using your FPV (First Person View) equipment, please visit the FPV assignment board to see which frequencies are in use, then marking which frequencies you will be using. (Use the colored golf tees to mark which frequencies you will be using and write your name at the top.) 

Overall view of the Quad Racing Course

Verticle poles were added to simulate a slalom course.

We have reconfigured the Quad Race Course  so that it is larger, more challenging and is similar to the race courses used in the Drone Racing League. Please feel free to tryout the new course. Also for your safety, we have added a netted area for the pilots to sit behind to prevent them from being hit by a stray quad that wanders off course. 
Obstacle Course
The Obstacle course was moved further North to allow room for the flyers to park their trailers and setup during the Outdoor Fly-In. It is located next to the Quad Racing Course. The obstacle course was set up to be used with or without FPV goggles so that pilots can practice their manuvering skills.

The Starting Pads & Gate. (Starting gate is square.)

There is a hairpin curve on the North end of the course.

View of gates in relation to the runway.

Notice: Course temporarily suspended until August
While the Texas Championship course is in place.