Precisely calculates the runtime of your nitro powered R/C vehicle, yet is very simple to use and understand. Pit strategy is often overlooked, and if done incorrectly can result in lost time due to excessive pit stops or lap(s) lost due to flame outs for track position making your results not as great as they could be. To use this app you just enter in a few numbers and the app will tell your maximum runtime. The app will also calculate your pit strategy for your main event race listing the times you should pit and also the amount of runtime 'difference' that you have to work with. The app also provides information for a 'risk it' pit strategy if you are feeling confident based on your maximum runtime and the race length.
This information is very beneficial for your pit man to know so that they know if they can, and for how long, that they can keep you out longer on the track for to avoid pit lane congestion to save time or to allow you to run on some clear track to gain time on your competitors. This app also provides your pit person the knowledge and flexibility to change your pit strategy during your race depending on your fuel consumption. We also provide information on where you can purchase a measuring device to calibrate your fuel tank's capacity. This device will also be used to measure your fuel consumption to calculate your runtime.
Don't give away track position in your races. Achieve better results by using the same method the factory drivers have used for years, and continue to use, at every race by extracting the maximum potential from your race car in a much easier to use format.
NOTE: If you get a licensing error on the first run, close the app, make sure you have a good internet connections, and try again. Sometimes Android Market's licensing services are slow to respond.
o New Icons.
o Soft keyboard closes after tapping calculate.
o Addition of recommended pit stop times.
o Configurable length of mains.
o Misc text changes.
o Changed look and licensing checks. The app will not check for licensing each time it runs.