A friend of mine and myself are avid FPV pilots. We have developed a fast, agile and easy to transport FPV plane with a twist: It is crash resistant and extremely fun to fly.

Besides our initial use case people have come up with different ideas of how to use the MiniRaceWing and so I am kind of curious what you would use it for.

I would love to hear your feedback!

Here is how it works:

Your FPV and RC gear is inside a carbon fuselage. If you crash and the impact would rip the wings apart, they detach(!) without any damage. You can put everything back together in seconds and fly again :)

The crash release also makes the MiniRaceWing easy to transport. Detach both Wings and it fits into a backpack.

The Wings are designed for fast and agile flying. We don't need a thick airfoil and we don't need cutouts for the motor. The Airfoil of the MiniRaceWing is thin and efficient

We are about to manufacture the first MiniRaceWings.

If you are interested, take a look at our Kickstarter page for more information and flying/crashing videos.

MiniRaceWing Kickstarter

I'll be glad to answer any of your questions.

Kind Regards,



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Comment by robert bouwens on January 25, 2017 at 11:17am

another crash of a project on kickstarter.

Comment by Markus on January 25, 2017 at 12:05pm

Kickstarter seemed like a good option at the beginning. But with all the bad news about Kickstarter projects failing it was kind of predictable that people would hesitate to back another Kickstarter project.

But we didn't only count on the Kickstarter. There will be MiniRaceWings ;)

Comment by robert bouwens on January 25, 2017 at 12:37pm

it's not the bad news about kickstarter.

your project envelope might be unrealistic.
i assume the market is way smaller as you think.

might be interesting to put a flightcontroller on your design ;-)

Comment by Hein du Plessis on January 25, 2017 at 1:50pm

I recently built a Skywalker X1 - great fun flying but it's not really made for FPV racing. I think the market is rapidly expanding - a lot of quad racers are trying out fixed wings. I'm keen to get a better FPV racing wing. Looks promising.

Comment by Andy Little on January 27, 2017 at 2:53am

At least it is not just another wing.  The ability to break cleanly on crashing looks different. I wonder how much weight it adds though. As people are discovering, to fly fast it is all about lightness!

I also suspect that once the wings have parted, the fuselage that you have left with all the expensive parts in it will do much more damage to itself and anything it hits than if everything stayed in one piece as far as possible

Comment by Peter Bell on January 27, 2017 at 1:20pm

Hi Markus...love the detachable wing idea...do you sell the detach kit???...I am looking to have my front canard and the tips of my big wing detach for transport and in the case of my many crashes...see enclosed picture. 

Comment by Dragan on January 28, 2017 at 1:07pm

Really great project!   Have you thought of implementing tail control as well, looking the videos, you really could use rudder control to have it your way through out tight spots and trees and turns.

Just a thought ofc, keep up the great work! 

Comment by Dragan on January 28, 2017 at 1:14pm

For the rudder, taking your design into consideration, you can design a simple tilt mechanism for the motor mount out of simple 2d cut plates and some bearings. you could limit the travel by the plate design, make the mount for servo, keep the durability side of the main fuselage while getting the extra control on yaw axis.

Comment by Markus on January 30, 2017 at 9:24am

The Kickstarter has ended. Our goal was ambitious and in the end we didn't reach it.

But that doesn't mean the end of the MiniRaceWing, there is never only one way.

We have pre-planned for both Kickstarter outcomes. However, we will need a few days to select the best of our other options and check if all dependencies are still in place.

We will announce any news regarding the MiniRaceWing through our newsletter.

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We like to thank all our supporters and all the people who expressed their wish to buy a MiniRaceWing after the Kickstarter.

You can contact us trough Facebook or send us an email at contact@miniracewing.com if you want to send us feedback or have a questions.


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