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The driverless racing car initiative Roborace will commence its inaugural season with an upgraded version of its autonomous development car and not the bespoke Robocar revealed last year.
The Roborace series is set to launch in spring 2019 and its races will feature a combination of professional drivers "teaching" autonomous systems, according to CEO Lucas di Grassi.
Roborace, the world’s first driverless electric racing competition, is set to take pride of place on the Autosport Stage at Autosport International 2018.
Preparations for the first competition with autonomous race cars is under way. But why? And will it be fun to watch? Motorsport.com searched for answers.
Roborace’s autonomous racing car ran for the first time in public ahead of Formula E’s Paris ePrix.
The driverless racing car is here – but it looks like full-on races are a couple of years out. Charles Bradley investigates.
The wraps are off the world’s first autonomous racing car, which will contest the Roborace series at Formula E events in future. Here are all the photos…
Roborace has officially unveiled its world-first driverless electric racing car – ‘The Robocar’ – live on stage at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain.
The development vehicle for the new Roborace autonomous racing car series will make its public debut at the Donington Park Formula E tests this week.
The new Roborace series – the first ever for autonomous racing cars – has revealed the dimensions and AI computer supplier of its machinery.
Roborace, the first racing series to feature driver-less cars, has unveiled the first images of its racing car.
Formula E has revealed plans to begin a new support category for the series starting from season three that will feature driverless car technology.