Press Coverage

Autonomous Audi almost matches veteran race car drivers' lap times

gizmag, November 11, 2012

Shelley, Stanford’s autonomous Audi TTS, has maneuvered Pike’s Peak and has a best lap time at Thunderhill Raceway a few seconds slower than a professional race car driver.  Associate Professor in Mechanical Engineering, Chris Gerdes is the project leader of Shelley and the Revs Program’s research on pairing the mechanical sensor data with the biological feedback from the professional drivers who raced a 1966 Ford GT40 at Laguna Seca in August.   Read Full Article

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Auto Archives Land in Safe Havens

The New York Times, December 09, 2012

The Revs Program at Stanford University in Palo Alto, Calif., has been at the vanguard of the new movement to create an accessible repository of automotive history.   Read Full Article

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Stanford Wires Up John Morton, Ancient Porsche in the Name of Science

Car and Driver, October 16, 2011

Follow the Revs Program team at Laguna Seca as they instrument John Morton and a 1960 Porsche Carrera Abarth GTL from the Collier Collection to understand human-machine interaction.   Read Full Article

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Porsche Rennsport Reunion IV: Revs Porsche Program

Road & Track, October 15, 2011

Take a look at the 1960 Porsche Abarth Carrera GTL from the Collier Collection at the Porsche Rennsport Reunion instrumented by the Revs Program at Stanford.   Read Full Article

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