Every McLaren GT Sprint track car now has a Racelogic Video VBOX data logging system fitted as standard
Last year McLaren GT launched the 12C GT Sprint, a track-only version of the 12C, to satisfy the needs of a proportion of their enthusiastic clientele who frequent track days.
What kind of customer buys a 12C GT Sprint? It is likely to be someone who already owns a standard road-going car but doesn't want to use it on the track. And increasingly, it will be somebody who, whilst they don't necessarily want to go down the path of a full-blown GT3, will be pretty serious about their circuit performance.
New features include:
Digital Event Marking: by configuring the scene for Event Marking, a start/stop logging switch can now be used to insert an event marker. This is especially useful for those instructing on track, giving coaches the ability to instantly refer to moments during the session that need examination and analysis.
Multiple Needle Rotations: ideal for elements such as a steering wheel graphic that need to rotate fully more than once. By setting the number of rotations you can now replicate how the wheel actually performs.
We've released new firmware (v3.0.56) and manual updates for PerformanceBox. The firmware changes include added support for SDHC cards and some minor bug fixes.
The video below shows how to update a RACELOGIC PerformanceBox or DriftBox.
The latest Advanced Circuit Driving Techniques article features Ben Clucas, a Grade A ARDS instructor and former Australian Formula 3 champion. “Getting on the Gas” starts with this great quote from Sir Jackie Stewart: “Don’t put your foot on the gas pedal until you’re sure that you’ll never have to take it off again” and Ben gives us an insight of how best to apply this theory.
Download the new chapter here.