Engineering the future of sport
The Airspeeder racing series is the brainchild of founder Matt Pearson, who also runs Alauda, the world’s first performance electric flying car manufacturer. Pearson’s inspiration stems from the historical role of sports propelling technological advancements. His visionary concept aims to establish a novel form of motorsport that expedites the progress of advanced air mobility, revolutionizing passenger transportation, logistical operations, and even medical services.
In due course, the envisioned global race series will witness a complete grid composed of eVTOL (electric Vertical Take-Off and Landing) crafts, exclusively manufactured by Alauda. These crafts will be operated by elite pilots and overseen by individual teams, engaging in competition at altitudes of up to 40 meters above ground level and reaching speeds of 200 kilometers per hour. Notably, the races will be conducted on digitally-generated tracks and broadcasted worldwide, thereby minimizing the environmental impact associated with more intricate logistics and infrastructure requirements.