Well it's not new to the world but would be inovative in desert racing and possibly improve safety, AUTO PILOT. What you could do is when the dust gets so thick you can't see you just flip a swich on the wheel and no more worry wether your still on coarse. It will become the Co Dawg of the single seater! As long as broke down vehicles get off the coarse thats set by the gps no worrys of an accident. I know a fellow who builds them for aviation and we'd have to do a little research in the marine industry for some of the right components but it would be very doable. The automatic transmission vehicles would be no problem. It may not work well on manual shift units. You could do the throttle a couple of differant ways or still make that manual operated. Could set the brakes to kick it off like cruise control or make it to where each owner could set their own peramiters. The big question is would it be outlawed? After watching Pete's video in Mexico and hearing the tone of his voice of how close he came to the spectators, the worry would drop some, help knowing your on coarse. The sentiment of driving blinded seems to be that it's just dirt racing. Why not improve it and wouldn't that also improve safety? We all pretty much use GPS and don't even come close to using it to the potential of other industries. You all are the industry and I'd like to hear if this is worth pursuing further. It sounded like there definatly is a need to improve things when were blind. This is not a joke or a stab at anyone. When I got to reading and thinking about it, I couldn't come up with why not have it.