With the release of AiM's next generation of loggers (the MXL2 and MXG), they have started the transition over to Race Studio 3. The new software package has significantly increased capabilities in the dash programming, sensor configs, and the two digital outputs. Many people have some trouble creating the custom sensors and/or understanding all the different way they can use them. This Featured Article will help with that and teach folks how to use some of these new features.
Stack has released their new LED logging dash. It features a very high quality, super bright 7" LED display. Time will tell how well it catches on, but it's a well built unit.
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Mazdaspeed brought Roger Cadell (AiM Sports National Training Manager and friend of TrailBrake.net) and Randy Pobst (Championship Winning Driver, Coach, and author) together to do a webinar together. While based on AiM examples, this webinar is fulled with examples and ideas that are applicable to all cars and data systems.
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Going through the first day of the PRI show, there was so much to see. Lots of new developments from many companies. One of the most exciting things was the release of the MXS dash from AiM. Built with the same hardware and performance as the MXL2 and MXG, it provides a high quality full color screen like the MXG but in the space constraints of the MXL2.
TrailBrake.net hosted a Motorsport Data Seminar presented by Jorge Segers. This two day, high level session was a major success with attendance from some of the top Tudor United Sports Car Championship, Mazda Road to Indy, and manufacturers. The material paralleled the information in the second edition of his book, Analysis Techniques for Racecar Data Analysis. This was Jorge's first seminar in the US in over 3 years and left all the attendees with new knowledge and insights to improve their car engineering and driver development.
Here is a collection of articles from some of the best professional coaches, drivers, and data engineers.