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Sim Racing Telemetry is officially available! To download it:
[UPDATE 2018-08-30] Added support for F1 2018 (on PC, PS4, Xbox One)
[UPDATE 2018-06-13] The PC/Mac version is available on Steam (https://store.steampowered.com/app/845210/Sim_Racing_Telemetry/).
[UPDATE 2018-05-03] Added a Trial Mode: you can now use the app for free with any supported game. All the features are available. The only limitations are the available parameters and the number of storable sessions.
Below a description of the current release with a couple of illustrative mages (please check the Notes section). It supports F1 2018, F1 2017 and F1 2016 on both PC and consoles (PS4, Xbox One).
I would like to thank the members of this community that helped during the development, testing the app and suggesting features and enhancements.
Sim Racing Telemetry is the essential tool for the sim racing eSports community to quickly acquire, analyze and review detailed telemetry data from any sim racing game.
Telemetry is a key factor in eSports racing, allowing sim drivers to interpret data collected during a race or session and use them to properly tune their driving style and vehicle setup for optimum performance.
SRT is the right tool to improve the in-game performance of any sim racer, as real telemetry tools do for real drivers. It’s an indispensable tool to study and plan the setups for time-attacks, qualifications and races.
Sim Racing Telemetry records all available telemetry data and presents them on simple and intuitive interfaces: drivers can analyze data by looking at bare numbers, interactive charts or projected on a reconstructed track. Recorded sessions are also summarized with charts.
Support for other games is under active development.
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