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The Formula E champion says he’ll continue to race

Di Grassi wants to elevate the status of the driverless racing series.

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Roborace unveiled its autonomous racecar at the 2017 Mobile World Congress.


Of course, one benefit of autonomous racing is that there are no human drivers to harm.


Roborace is using DevBot to develop an autonomous electric racecar that will support Formula E starting in the 2016-17 season.


Roborace's autonomous Robocar looks like something from Tron, which makes sense because the vehicles share a designer. It'll hit the track as a support series for Formula E during the 2016-2017 season.


20 identical driverless robot cars will compete as a prelude to Formula E races next year, likely beginning in October in Beijing.


Roborace will challenge autonomous vehicles to motorsports. The support series for the 2016-2017 Formula E season will put 20 driverless EVs on the track to find the one with the best code.