Drone Racing, Irish Drone Racing Nationals

Droned Ireland | Irish Drone Racing Nationals 2015-2018

IDRN Winners 2015-2018

Year1st PilotTime2nd PilotTime3rd PilotTime
2015Slawomir Zielinski
2016KentXY.FPVLiam Noble
2017Banniuk15/7:13.756CollisionFPV12/7:12.504AdamFPVKid10/6:17.156
2018BatFPV5/2:16.909Yonas5/2:30.032JohnFPV5/2:30.630

Reference: [1-4]

Report

The first Irish Drone Racing National Championships were held in 2015, Slawomir Zielinski winning. 32 Pilots entered the first Nationals. The following year Kent won followed by XY.FPV and Liam Noble of Northern Ireland.

In 2017 the event became best 3 races of 8, with 5 points awarded to the winner of each race and 4 pts second and so on. Banniuk was top Pilot this time with 15 Pts. In 2018, the title wasdecided by best race of 7, with BatFPV taking the winners podium.

References

Internet Archive

[1] Leinster FPV Club | Wayback Machine (2016) 2015 Irish Drone Nationals [Internet] Available from: https://web.archive.org/web/20161102155820/http://leinsterfpv.com/2015-irish-drone-nationals/ [Accessed 13 November 2019]

[2] Leinster FPV Club | Wayback Machine (2017) 2016 Irish Drone Nationals [Internet] Available from: https://web.archive.org/web/20171209233144/http://leinsterfpv.com/2016-irish-drone-nationals/ [Accessed 13 November 2019]

Websites

[3] Droned Ireland (2017) Irish Drone Nationals 2017 | Results (Best 3 of 8) [Internet] Available from: https://droned.livefpv.com/results/?p=view_points&id=212642 [Accessed 13 November 2019]

[4] Droned Ireland (2017) Irish Drone Nationals 2018 Fastest Round (1 of 7) [Internet] Available from: https://droned.livefpv.com/results/?p=view_points&id=785671 [Accessed 13 November 2019]

Acknowledgements

 

Thanks to Rory Naughton.

 

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Researched, compiled and written by Enda Mulcahy for the

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Last Updated: 14 November 2019

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