Ask Rhys Millen or Nobuhiro "Monster" Tajima if they'd like a robot to take their place on the Pikes Peak rally course, and you're likely to get punched in the face. But ask the average driver trying to negotiate the tricky pass (or one like it) in winter, and you might just get hugged. Audi, together with Stanford University, has developed a car that can complete the treacherous path all by itself, a goal that has been achieved for the first time. Autonomous, or ‘self-driving’ cars, are nothing new and have successfully completed road courses countless times in the past, but for...
Audi And Autobahn Country Club Team To Deliver Track Time
It's a match made in heaven: Audi sports cars and the Autobahn Country Club's incredibly technical, challenging road course. Located just outside Chicago in Joliet, Illinois, the track will be seeing a lot more Audi-brand vehicles now that the carmaker has partnered with the club to offer...Nelson Ireson