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Can I exclude in-laps and out-laps from my sessions?
We understand that sometimes the out-laps and in-laps are not very helpful in the session analysis so we've made it easy to remove them from your session analytics and stats.
You can access lap exclusion on either the mobile app or web app from the Edit Session option in each session.
For example, to exclude Lap 1 from a session:
1. From the Career page, open the session then tap the three vertical dots in the top right of the map.
2. Select ‘Edit Session’ and scroll down to the area that shows ‘Lap Inclusion’.
3. Tap on the FIRST lap you want to include (lap 2 in this case) and the LAST lap you want to include. This defines the range of laps to include. You will see green dots next to the laps that are being included.
4. Hit Save Changes.
Once this saves you will see only the laps that were included.
Don't worry, the data is not lost from excluded laps. You can always return to the Edit Session option and re-select all laps again.
Is MyRaceLab just a mobile app?
MyRaceLab is more than just an app. It is an integrated motorsport analytics platform that uses mobile apps, telemetry data logging, ECU's, GPS receivers and more to gather information about driver and vehicle performance.
Users can view their results, advice and more using the MyRaceLab mobile app or through a web browser on larger screen devices.
How do I connect MyRaceLab to my GoPRO?
This is really straight forward to do. Please see the full instructions on how to do this here.
Why am I getting data warnings on my sessions?
When you upload a session to MyRaceLab our algorithms look at both the quality and accuracy of the location data, plus how well it matches to the track that was selected when the session was saved. If we detect that the location data quality or accuracy is poor for that track it could be due to one of two reasons and both are simple to fix:
1. The GPS receiver did not have a clear view of the sky.
Solution: Reposition your GPS receiver so that it has the best view of the sky without obstructions such as vehicle roof, roll cage, pillars etc. To improve GPS accuracy, check the list of compatible GPS hardware for recommended devices.
2. The incorrect track configuration was selected.
Solution: Open the session and select Edit Details then choose the correct track and configuration. Then Save Changes. The session will be re-processed and available to view after a couple of minutes.
I can't get into my account, what do I do now?
If you have forgotten your password, open the mobile app or web app and and click Forgot Password. You will get an email asking you to confirm the change and directing you to set a new password.
Poor location data warnings with Garmin Glo2 and Samsung Android devices
A known issue with some versions of Samsung Android OS means that location data (GPS) is not transferred from the Garmin Glo2 to the Android device in a timely manner. This can result in missing data blocks of around 0.5 seconds. The MyRaceLab algorithms can still use this data for lap and sector timing, however some race line views may be inaccurate in some places. Unfortunately this is specific to Samsung versions of Android and is out of our control. Other users and apps have reported this so we are hoping to see future Android patches address this.
Can I import sessions from other lap timing apps?
Yes! MyRaceLab supports importing session data from many lap timing apps, including:
Keep checking back, or if you have a device you think would be awesome with MyRaceLab let us know.
The track I drive is not listed
We are continuously adding new tracks and configurations to MyRaceLab. Check out the current list here.
We take care to ensure that tracks are accurate so that when you drive them, you know that apex is where it is supposed to be!
Keep checking back, or if you have a track you think would be awesome with MyRaceLab let us know.
Can I import data from my ECU or Dash?
Yes! MyRaceLab supports importing ECU and Dash logs from several manufacturers, and we are currently working on adding more. Refer to Tutorials for how to import from:
MoTeC i2 format
AiM Solo 2 DL lap timer
AiM Mychron 5S data logger
Other AiM devices supported by RaceStudio 3 or RaceStudio 2
Adding ECU or Dash data to your MyRaceLab sessions opens up insights to how both the driver and vehicle are performing, and enables MyRaceLab analytics to recommend improvements to both driving style and vehicle setup.
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