Drone Racing Club Hits Turbulence With City Of Des Moines
DES MOINES, Iowa -- The hobby of flying drones is exploding across the country. It's fast, fun and a part of the future of outdoor recreation. "It is very fun to watch, it's fast paced, the crashes are fantastic and it's a lot of fun for everybody," said Will Dobbins, president of the 515 First Person View drone racing club. With 20 member club, Dobbins looked to spread their wings. "There are probably five or six dedicated drone racing parks in the nation right now that I know of," said Dobbins.