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  1. #11
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    low track map
    Thanks, I just added that one line under settings and it did the trick
    Is there a reason that there is no data? I saw on another site that the data was displaying on their low track map. Does the plug-in work using the Canadian maps?

  2. #12
    Hello all...
    could someone send me the maps too?
    That would be nice....

    coolchr@gmx.de

    Thx a lot...

  3. #13
    hiyaaa!!! am a new comer so kindly please someone send me the maps! i am in intense need of them as i can not attend any FSEA comp to witness the race and track.
    thanks in advance!

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  5. #15
    If a competition would release track data, which format would you prefer?

    Regards,

    Tobias
    Regards,

    Tobias

    Formula Student Germany
    FSE Rules & Organisation
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    Not many people know the difference between resolution and accuracy.

  6. #16
    Cartesian coordinates of all cones would be nice.
    Nathan

    UNSW FSAE 07-09

  7. #17
    Originally posted by nowhere fast:
    Cartesian coordinates of all cones would be nice.
    That is a hard task

    Regards,

    Tobias
    Regards,

    Tobias

    Formula Student Germany
    FSE Rules & Organisation
    http://twitter.com/TobiasMic
    http://TobiasMic.Blogspot.com

    Not many people know the difference between resolution and accuracy.

  8. #18
    Part of the "art" of competing in an autocross (Sprint in the UK FS competition) is to be able to drive the course quickly and without hitting any pylons after only walking the course. Being able to set up a course and then practicing on it before hand is not part of the deal! So Tobias, I would discourage FSG publishing a course map before your event.

    At the SCCA Divisional and National events, the SCCA does give the competitors the course "maps" (there are 2 days of competition with a different course each day) when they arrive at the competition, but they are diagramatic and not to scale. And then we get 3 runs each day.

  9. #19
    How about putting it into text form. Length of straights and the distance around each corner followed by its radius? All on the racing line.

    e.g. 10 10m straight
    4 4 4m of cornering with a 4m radius
    and so on for the rest of the course.

    I think most people (me at least) want it to plug into some form of simulator or just to do number crunching so releasing it after an event might be an idea.

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    Couldn't agree with Mr. Royce more.
    Trent Strunk
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