Their achievement was recognized as an official record and was included in the Guinness Book of Records.

Creating a drone that could reach these speeds required months of work. Particular attention was paid to preventing the risk of wire fire, a common problem in the development of high-speed drones.

As a result of the brothers’ efforts, an unmanned aerial vehicle that can reach a speed of 480.23 km/h emerged.

This figure exceeds the capabilities of even the drone produced for Red Bull, which has a top speed of 350 km/h. The development of the drone was associated with an event dedicated to Formula 1 racing.

Let us remind you that the previous record belonged to American Ryan Lademann, whose homemade drone reached an average speed of 360 km/h and in some parts of the distance reached 414 km/h.

Source: Ferra

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