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One driver, two devices. Probably will only work with one device being remote control.
e.g. cars on a track, and drones flying above.
Each competitor has to get both their car and their drone to the end of the course.
Landing the drone on the car is strictly forbidden, it has to travel the course
under its own power.
||You'll need to be specific about the rules for the "un-
manned" vehicle/device; auto-following software for drones
is a thing, so a driver could just set it to follow the car, and
drive off. Which you probably DON'T want; best to have it
completely "dumb", no GPS or auto-anything.
||Swarms of drones. Most over the finish line? No rules for the drones, drivers take care.
||Lots of bridges, tunnels, low-hanging branches, robotic drone-swats.