RoboRacing, the RoboJackets team dedicated to autonomous racing, is participating in a new competition this year: evGrand Prix. RoboRacing has participated in the International Autonomous Robot Racing Challenge and at Sparkfun AVC, in both the smaller classic autonomous vehicle competition and the autonomous power racing series. Because Sparkfun discontinued AVC in 2018, the team has been looking for a new avenue to participate in building racing robots on a larger scale. evGrand Prix is the latest competition the team has found to scratch the big autonomous car itch. Utilizing a standard go-kart base outfitted with a suite of sensors (pictured above), the team’s main challenge is developing software that can interpret this data in real time to make racing decisions, considering opposing racers on the track, at up to 30 mph. May the best driverless car win!