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Volkswagen Autonomous Race Trainer Eliminates Driving Instructors

Volkswagen Group Research has been working on autonomous “self-driving” technology for many years. Most of the publicized research programs focus on safely navigating a driverless vehicle through congested streets at legal speeds. But what if the performance bar were raised? What if an autonomous vehicle could teach an inexperienced driver how to expertly navigate a racing circuit without
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