In the research project FAUST at the University of Applied Sciences Hamburg driver assistance and autonomous systems are developed. The control algorithms of these systems have the ability to control them under certain conditions. If the conditions change too much the autonomous system is no longer able to fulfill its task. Humans are able to analyze these complex situations and make decisions based on their experience. In this work, human behavior will be investigated while operating a vehicle within a simulation with an eyetracker. Based on these results it is possible to replace parts of the existing control algorithms used in the Carolo-Cup vehicles of the FAUST research project with human-biologically motivated control algorithms.