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Side Project: Telemetry Recording and Comparison

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I wanted to share a little something I am currently working on on the side: a platform to record and compare your telemetry data, primarily for those doing time trials a lot (like me). It is mainly for myself to analyse my driving more and to find the bits I need to improve my driving and lap times. The charts still need some work, for example I want to get more data points into a single chart so it is easier to see several bits of data from the car. Additionally I'm looking into ways to automatically find areas for improvement in the data, for example braking points, too much throttle etc. and much more community bits, like challenging other users, setting goals etc.

On a side note: does anyone have good resources on F1 telemetry as in books/articles that dive a bit deeper into what charts are important and what should be compared to what? The most things I found so far were pretty shallow and didn't go into the level of detail I would have liked.

The technical bits for those interested: the desktop client to record the data is written in JavaScript (React) and Electron as the wrapper for later x-platform deployment, I also have an earlier version of the client that used Swift. The backend runs on PHP, using Laravel and again React for the graphs.





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I just posted in the "F1 2019 Wishlist" thread about having this kind of data available, and being able to overlay it with your teammate (career mode) or selected ghost driver (TT mode).  Well done creating this for yourself - I'm sure it's been quite helpful.  Hopefully we'll see this (or a version of it) in future games.

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Looks nice. I use SRT (https://www.simracingtelemetry.com/) and RD Dash (https://rscloud.pocketplayground.net/).

SRT's telemetry is more about what you can improve to be better race driver.

RS Dash telemetry is what you need on the race - fuel statistics, tire statistics, race progression and damage levels,

This video might help you also: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eloZhdIyyv0


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