The first Virtual Season in the history of the Drone Champions League has kicked off with an American revolution. At the Breitling Virtual Drone Grand Prix Vaduz, Liechtenstein, eight international teams launched the 2020 World Championship of professional drone racing teams with two days of racing. In Saturday’s Grand Final, the reigning XBlades of Great Britain – who are targeting a fourth team title – defeated Quad Force One of the USA. But in a Sunday rematch, the Americans staged a long-awaited coup. Now the rivals are tied in the overall points at the head of the standings, while Denmark’s APEX Racing is close behind after finishing third on both days. With three more stops on the calendar, the battle has only begun.