apologies in advance for the lengthy question.
I'm working on creating a remote controlled rover. It is controlled by a raspberry pi, and driven by two MDD10A REV2.0 motor drivers (one for the left two wheels and one for the right two wheels), which themselves are sent control signals from the Pi. I was wondering how i would power both of these motor drivers with one battery. I would like to use the 25C-11.1V 2200 mAh LiPo battery that I have, but I only have a degree in computer science so my hardware knowledge is pretty limited. Currently I can power one motor driver (2 wheels) with it, but I'm not sure what hardware I need to achieve this.
Furthermore, eventually we want to add the PiCam 360 module, a Particle board for LTE connection, and a DWM1000 module for ranging data, all controlled by the Pi. I was planning to first power the Pi with a USB power bank, and the motors with the LiPo, but what would I need to do to power all of this with one battery?