As for Roborace itself, it'll consist of ten teams, each with two of these NVIDIA-powered vehicles; the races themselves will last for one hour. The Drive PX 2 itself will work with a host of sensors, including radar, GPS, LIDAR, cameras and high-definition mapping sensors. And the more these cars race, the more the Drive PX 2 will learn and improve over time.
As NVIDIA said in its press release, each team would have identical vehicles -- the only competitive advantage will come in the software each team builds to control their cars. The first Roborace series will kick off this September.