Which presidential candidate can drone race?

Drone racing has become a hot topic for 2016 presidential candidates, as many are hoping to get a piece of the action with their new-found popularity.

But are they ready to pilot the sport?

Here’s a look at some of the questions surrounding the sport.

1.

Can a drone race be held?

Drone racing is still technically illegal, but the FAA recently relaxed its restrictions for the sport, allowing drone racing to continue.

It’s unclear if the FAA is allowing drone races to take place in states where they’re legal, but that’s not the case in all places.

In some states, drone racing is allowed to take part in public places like airports, parks, stadiums, and more, but it can’t be done on private property.

FAA officials recently said they’re working on changing the rules for drone racing, but no timeline has been announced.

2.

Can drones be used in sports events?

Drones are considered recreational vehicles, and it’s legal for them to fly in sports arenas and other public spaces.

But there’s no way to guarantee a drone won’t crash, or even land in the middle of a race.

That’s why many companies are pushing for drone race events to be held in private spaces, like restaurants or other places where people aren’t allowed to park their drones.

Companies like DJI have also said they want to use drones for sports events, but there’s a catch.

There’s no regulation on how long a drone can be in the air, and there’s also no set timeframe for when it can fly.

There are, however, a number of companies that have developed drone racing plans that are expected to be approved by the FAA, allowing pilots to fly their drones during events.

Drone racing could also be used to test the limits of drones, and if the rules are relaxed, drones could also become a tool to aid in safety testing of drones.

3.

Is it legal to fly drones on public property?

Some states have made it clear that they don’t want drones flying on private properties.

In states where drones can be used for recreational purposes, drone use can be restricted by state laws.

For example, some states ban drones from being flown over golf courses, while other states require drone operators to get an FAA-approved permit to fly over private property and on public lands.

But drone racing isn’t just restricted to public property, and some states are also considering restricting drone use on private land.

For instance, there are drone racing restrictions in California, Texas, and New Jersey.

There is also a drone racing ban in Colorado, and a drone use ban in Oregon.

4.

What happens when drones crash?

Drone racers may crash in the event of a crash, but most drone racing accidents occur when the drone is out of control or if the pilot is not paying attention.

Drone operators can get caught up in an accident, and in some states drone crashes may result in serious injuries.

Some states require the drone operator to get medical attention after an accident or a drone is deemed unsafe for use.

Drone crashes have become so frequent that drones are being used for medical testing, including for drug testing.

5.

Will drones be able to fly indoors?

In many places, drones are allowed to fly on private grounds, and the FAA doesn’t have any restrictions on how they can be flown.

But drones can’t fly inside buildings or stadiums.

The FAA has said that drone racing has to be conducted indoors, and that it will continue to work with states to change the rules to allow drones to be flown on public spaces, including parks, parks and stadiums.

FAA spokesperson Sarah Kallenberg told USA Today that the agency is working on developing rules for indoor drone racing.

FAA regulations on indoor drone use have not been finalized, but Kallenburg said that the FAA will work with the states to try to establish indoor drone safety standards for drones.

6.

How do drones get from state to state?

The FAA says it’s important that drones aren’t accidentally dropped or damaged in the course of their travels.

The agency says drones can safely be flown by licensed drone operators at any point during a race, and any damage caused by a drone crash can be repaired at the scene.

The drones can also be repaired and returned to the race site once the race has finished.

7.

Do drones pose a safety risk?

The biggest concern about drones is that they’re not always safe to fly.

In the United States, the FAA has identified more than 5,000 drone crashes since it was created in 2012.

But those accidents don’t always involve drones crashing into buildings, or into people.

There have been some drone crashes in which a drone was able to escape its operator’s grasp.

In one of those crashes, a drone crashed into a crowd in the Dominican Republic, killing the pilot.

The Federal Aviation Administration says drones pose little risk to pilots.

But because drones are usually flying on a mobile platform, they can still be vulnerable to