32 drone athletes from different provinces of Turkey participated in the first stage races at İpekyolu International Center for Child and Youth Studies. Athletes competed fiercely in order to be ranked in the specially prepared track.
Vehicles that reach speeds of up to 200 kilometers per hour, have high maneuverability and are designed entirely based on the user’s control ability took part in the competition.
Noting that Elazig has been worn down by the disasters it has experienced recently, Yırık said, “Maybe life stopped for everyone when there was an earthquake on January 24, 2020. But now we see that we are approaching the days where we will forget about the earthquake and look to the future with more confidence.” he said.
Governor Yırık said, “The works carried out here will constitute a very powerful and important step in the national technology move of this country. We have started to see the works in the countries we envied yesterday in this country for the last 20 years. Thank God, there is no turning back from this anymore.” used the phrases.
“Young people of the country have the potential to do the best in every job”
Emphasizing that the country’s youth have the potential and capacity to do the best in every job, Kökçam said:
The first stage of the championship will end with the final races to be held tomorrow.