Want to be the best co-pilot ever?
With this app specialy designed to be used inside a running car you will avoid doing any manual calculation allowing you to know with a countdown how much time do you have to end the track.
Avoid any possible human error using a calculator and a stopwatch with this app.
Also you will be able to see all previous introduced data and correct any possible error.
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Avec l'application BONATO RALLY LIVE, vous donnez votre pronostic sur les classements de Yoann et vous marquez des points en fonction de ses résultats à chaque rallye.
Une appli qui vous permet aussi de soutenir Yoann Bonato - chaque téléchargement est au bénéfice de sa saison 2013.
Alors, téléchargez, entrez dans la compétition et restez connectés !
Main features include photos, videos, live stage times, countdown to the next event and Facebook sharing for your favourite articles.
New for 2015 we have also included the European Rally Championship (ERC)
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Rally Dash is a logger layout for Trackmaster, the racing lap timer. You must have Trackmaster installed. The layout contains elapsed time, split time/delta, last lap/delta, and best lap. These items appear large so that they are easy to read while you're racing.
Application give you access to
- Rally series
- Live results
- Latest gossips
Unlike other, overly complicated apps, RAC is simple to use. We have taken care to ensure the fields and buttons are BIG so you can easily use the app in stressful race scenarios.
To use RAC it is as simple as:
1. Enter the distance
2. Enter the average speed
3. Click "Calculate"
That is right, it is as easy as 1 2 3 - all the heavy lifting is done for you!
RallyGDP is a TSD (Time-Distance-Speed Format) Rally Computer/Calculator for use in time trial, special stage, regulatory, TSD, historic and vintage Motor Sport Rallies.
In these Rallies, organizers provide SpeedChart, Tulip (RoadBook) and at times GPX to be uploaded into a GPS. This app uses data from all the three sources and calculates the Ideal Time/Distance to be travelled accordingly. It uses the phone's/tab's GPS unit to achieve the same. (App has an option to run with a GPX or Without GPX)
Maps (Google and Offline) are an integral part of the app. Thus, the navigator has a wealth of information on the screen and can focus on other matters in the rally. No need for continous calculations based on RoadBook entries/car ODO. The navigator is also clear about his/her location due to Google maps available on the screen. No need for that expensive GPS unit.
The app has been developed keeping in mind the vital seconds that the navigator/driver try to cut during a typical TSD rally.
Option to select Distance unit - KiloMeters/Miles
1. Upload GPX and display waypoints/tracks. ( Save the GPX in the of rally on SDCard ) .
2. ODO Correction at all the instructions where valid RoadBook(Tulip) entries have been made.
3. Unlimited number of SpeedChart Stages.
4. Continous Update of Time and Distance (The navigator is free from these calculations) so that the team is on time every time - and not just on Tulip Points. The team knows how many seconds/meters they are ahead OR late at that particular moment.
5. Option to automatic reset of odometer at RoadBook instructions as per the entries made.
6. 'W' (Odometer) Correction factor.
7. Automatic calculation of TC Restart time as per the option selected.
8. Entry of Speed Chart in km(miles)/hr and mm.ss.
9. Automatic Penalty calculations.
10. Create GPX of the track followed.
11. Option to use various maps. (Offline OpenStreetMaps in mapsforge(.map) vector format are also supported)
12. Entries of SpeedChart and RoadBook can be made during the rally.
13. RallyGDP Driver's Console support via BlueTooth - use a seperate device to display driver specific data.
14. Audible Alarm/Text to speech synthesis at RoadBook instructions and speed chart changes to alert the team.
15. App tested in Desert Storm, Uttrakhand Rally, Mughal Rally, Raid De Himalaya, Royal Rajasthan Rally, Rally of Jaypore, Sagar-SXR, etc. - Major Rallies in India.
16. Ability to block incoming calls with SMS feedback.
17. Ability to add an overlay of GPX on map...useful in rallies where the Waypoints provided in GPX do not necessarily match with the RoadBook entries.
And lots more...
In short, all the expensive gadgets being used by those professional teams/navigators are made redundant by this application. Even your old phone/tab can perform all the functions that these gadgets do. Just make sure that the gps unit is functional and has good accuracy....
And yes.........Drive Safely and enjoy the Rally.
Important: RallyGDP uses the subscription feature to unlock its features. Locked version works for only about 20kms/miles. Once subscribed, all the features are unlocked till the subscription period is active.
Disclaimer: Test the app and Unlock the features if satisfied with the results displayed on Dashboard. Mail the developer for feature requests.
When the "Split" button is pressed the clock records the time of the split in a scrollable log area at the bottom of the display. Log entries can be reviewed by scrolling the screen and individual log entries may be deleted. The clock can be dynamically changed to record in seconds or hundredths of a minute (decimal minutes). A facility is provided to adjust the time of day clock independently of the devices clock so that the app can be synchronized to an external time reference without changing the device's clock.
The accuracy of the clock over time, sometimes called drift, depends on the accuracy of the underlying hardware. I have had very good results using this on my Galaxy Tab. You should check your device before using this app on an event.
Find out all the relevant news about the Rally, spectator's guides, maps and photos of the event.
- Results and positions in real time.
- Maps with all the points of interest and routes for each day.
- Radio streaming (Ultra FM).
Download this App for free and keep up-to-date with all the news, events, video and photos from the Blancpain GT Series. Plus race results, team and driver standings, cars, teams and driver information, facebook and twitter feed and information about the Blancpain GT Series and it's partners.
Included features are live streaming of practice, qualifying and race sessions (subject to location), live timing of practice, qualifying and race sessions.
All free features
Keep informed about the day to day happenings of the Blancpain GT Series
Breakdown of the seasons race meetings from around the globe. Dates, track information, spotter guides, timetable and Entry list
Live streaming of the practice and qualifying sessions and the live race (subject to location)
Detailed live timing data from all the sessions of a race weekend
Up to date highlight videos and interviews from the race weekends and all action track side photos (filter by race meeting) from our professional photographers.
Free practice, qualifying and main race result information. Team and Driver standings
TEAMS and DRIVERS
Information on teams, car numbers and related drivers
Information on cars, related teams and drivers
FACEBOOK and TWITTER
Facebook and Twitter feeds to keep an eye on what's being said in the social hub
INFORMATION and PARTNERS
Information on the Blancpain GT Series and their Partners
We welcome all feedback. If you have any feedback or ideas for features you'd like to see within the app please contact us.
(This version of Richta does not provide several important functions over the full Richta version. It does NOT support display of calculation results in 0.01 minute increments as well as seconds. It does NOT maintain a database of all legs run and provides the ability to look back, review and edit the calculations for any completed legs. This later feature can be particularly helpful at the end of the event when the team is reviewing their performance on the rally).
Richta was designed and written by a TSD navigator with experience in competing in over 50 events. The author previously used a Curta mechanical calculator to perform the rally calculations, but the limitations of that device spawned the realization that the functions performed by the Curta could be duplicated and the navigator’s job made easier through the use of current computer technology.
The operating principles and application of the Curta to TSD rally are well documented. A good description of these techniques is available from Rally Racing News (http://www.rallyracingnews.com/manuals/curtaman.html).
Throughout the 2004 and early 2005 rally season several short comings of the Curta became apparent to the author. First, speed changes on the Curta can not be executed rapidly. Changing average speed on the Curta requires setting 6 small lugs on the side of the device to the minutes per mile factor (the amount of time it takes to traverse one mile at the desired average speed. The factors are typically determined prior to the rally and copied to the route instruction before the event or during the odometer calibration run. Entry and verification of these factors (small numbers entered while bouncing down the road) is time consuming and error prone. It can be very difficult when several route instructions involving speed changes are to be executed in short order. The navigators can find themselves concentrating on the route instructions (as they should) and entering a checkpoint without a precise calculation as to whether they are early or late.
A second issue arises after a calculation is performed and it must be determined whether the rally team is early or late. Performing rally calculations with a Curta is very accurate. Accuracy to within .01 minute or better is possible when using an accurate odometer that reports mileage to the .01 mile. The Curta output, the calculated time of day at which the rally team should arrive at the indicated mileage, must be manually compared to the time of day clock. The navigator must concentrate to determine whether the team is .01 minute early or .01 minute late and this operation can be mentally exhausting when performed five to ten times per mile over the course of a 150 mile event.
The Richta Rally Calculator was designed and written to overcome these shortcomings of the Curta calculator.