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Old 04-03-2016, 04:12 PM   #1
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Two More laps at VIR

Two laps from my last session on Friday.

https://youtu.be/iOWbNEwp3eQ

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One of the tracks on my wish list to drive!

Great driving, looked like a very clean line and you did an excellent job maintaining your momentum and driving off line during several passes.
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Great video and drive!
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Awesome video, loved the passes at the end.
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Wow, that was fun to watch. Can't imagine being behind the wheel. And what a beautiful track!


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Nice work. What is the track app you're using.
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GREAT video. I can only live vicariously though post like this. The graphics showing the car info, lap times and position on the track are fantastic.
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Nice work. What is the track app you're using.
I posted earlier in the year about track cameras and data. I was looking at either the AIM Smarty Camera or the Garmin VIRB XE. The Garmin was 1/2 the price includes a ODBII Blue tooth that the camera records in a track with the video. Garmin VIRB Edit had an number of gauge overlays but allow you to customize gauges and overlay layout. I settled on the Garmin. The down side is it does not refresh Data or GPS near as fast as the others 2K hrtz (Aim is 10K Hrtz). I am satisfied with the quality for price so far.

VIRB Edit is the software Once you choose the gauges for the overlay it sinks the data and video. A 30 minute video saves in about 5 minutes. The camera records 15 minute to a file. The software allows you to set multiple segments in order for a single seamless recording in MP4 format.

The Camera data is : GPS, Track, Elevation, G-Force, Direction, Grade, and Coordinates
The blue tooth data: Speed, Tach, Brake, Accelerator position, Water Temp, Air inlet temp, and Engine load.

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