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LapTimer app for VBOX Sport now available on the Apple App Store

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LapTimerApp-logoLapTimer is a powerful lap timing app which works with the internal GPS of the iPhone or as a companion to the VBOX Sport which uses a high accuracy GPS receiver to enhance the capabilities of your iPhone.

Collecting GPS data at 20 times per second the VBOX Sport provides a level of accuracy currently unheard of with iPhone and iPad apps. Our LapTimer app uses this data to provide you with accurate lap times and predictive lap times for your vehicle.

You can use your iPhone or iPad to display your speed, your current lap time, your predicted lap time or a list of previous lap times all using the same VBOX technology used by many of the world's major motor manufacturers and car magazines.

Update to Harry's Laptimer

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large-lap-timer-decalAn update to the popular app Harry's Lap Timer now includes a version for Android devices, with full support for VBOX Sport.

Harry's Lap Timer product features are listed on the website: www.gps-laptimer.de

The new version can be downloaded from the Google Play Store.

New version of Circuit Tools

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We have just released a new version of our very popular driver analysis software - Circuit Tools. Circuit Tools v2.0 benefits from the following features:

Speed

The main improvement has been in speed. Selecting laps and channels is now twice as fast...

Introducing VBOX Sport

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VBOX-Sport Flat-in-handAfter 18 months of development we are delighted to announce the release of VBOX Sport.

VBOX Sport will be available to order from the Racelogic Online Store week commencing 18th March 2013.

VBOX Sport has been designed as a self-contained, waterproof, 20Hz GPS data logger to accurately measure vehicle performance or lap times.

Show competition winners 2013

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During the recent Autosport and Race Retro exhibitions we ran a competition to win a Video VBOX Lite and OLED Predictive Lap Timing Display.

The Autosport winner is Hugh Colman, who with his son Mark races his fantastic 1969 Chevron B8 in the in HSCC Guards Trophy and World Sportscar Masters.