Head-to-head racing is competitiveness as its utmost, pitting athletes’ minds and bodies against one another for glory.
The 1971 Italian Grand Prix remains the closest finish in motorsport history with just 0.01 seconds separating first and second place. In fact, a mere 0.61 seconds was the difference between P1 and P5 at Monza – also known as the temple of speed – that day.
Airspeeder’s vision is to deliver a highly competitive racing package, where outright airmanship and the strategic vision of the team will dictate the results. Safe but close racing in the skies is enabled through the creation of ‘virtual forcefields’ using latest LiDAR and Radar technologies. This means our pilots can race at the limit. The goal: for there to be a hair’s breadth between victor and runner up.