The first Roborace ‘shows’ will take place during the 2016/2017 Formula E season, the first will be Faraday Future Long Beach ePrix on the streets of Long Beach with innovative new formats showcasing safety and extreme driving capabilities.
In partnership with Kinetik, Formula E plans for Roborace to become a competitive platform for autonomous driving solutions and technologies.
“Roborace is aimed to take place prior to each Formula E race, using the same circuits in major cities across the world,” a statement reads.
“Ten teams, each with two driverless cars, will compete in one-hour races over the full championship season. All the teams will have the same cars however will compete using real-time computing algorithms and AI technologies.