Is Formula 1 being replaced?

Of course not, but interesting alternatives are coming to the public with the world’s first electric flying race cars, which are remotely controlled multicopters, called Airspeeder. Alauda Aeronautics and its sister company Airspeeder have just announced that the Alauda Airspeeder Mk3, a four-meter-long multicopter, has taken its first unmanned test flights. The race has just completed the necessary tests to take off later this year in a series of international races.