The Formula E Championship for electric racing cars is coming to New York City, and Lucian Gheorghe, the senior innovation researcher at Nissan Motor Corporation, neuroscience and biotechnology, joined Cheddar News to discuss his program to enhance racing driver performance by tapping into the neuroscience of driving — with hopes that it has applications beyond the sport. "That's the whole idea is trying to offer tools for any person to become a better driver as quickly as possible in order for all our customers to be actually having an electrifying experience in our EVs," he said. "And there's no better way of doing that than learning from the best and applying it to everybody else."