Why robots must fight real drivers on-track

Why robots must fight real drivers on-track

As manufacturers and tech companies place ever more emphasis on autonomous cars, traditional human-based motorsport has major challenges to adapt to

There is absolutely no doubt that the biggest existential challenge facing the traditional motor industry - and, by extension, the motorsport industry - is the advent of autonomous vehicles, which are by definition designed to eliminate, or at the very least reduce, driver input.

In the past, motorsport has been threatened by external factors and crises, which it generally overcame through adaptive resilience.

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