BRCA TC Round 2: RC-Timing finishes
over 2 AND A HALF HOURS EARLIER than bbkRC
For 2003, the BRCA Touring
Car championship has been split into two separate series; one for Stock Touring
and one for Super Touring. On 11th May, Round 2 of the championships took place,
with RC-Timing running the Super Touring meeting and bbkRC running the Stock
Touring meeting. Here are the facts:
- Super Touring: 5 minute
races, 10 Heats, 4 Rounds + Finals. Bedworth finish at 3:05pm using RC-Timing.
- Stock Touring: 5 minute
races, 10 Heats, 4 Rounds + Finals. Barham finish at 5:39pm using bbkRC.
The previous week, RC-Timing
ran a Schumacher BTCC meeting with 14 heats, and still finished around 5:30pm!!!
So why is RC-Timing so
fast at running race meetings? Here are just a few reasons...
- RC-Timing is very easy to use. Race directors
don't have to spend lots of time thinking about what to do... they can just
- RC-Timing does all the hard work for you,
so sorting finals, changing crystals and printing race lists takes just the
click of a button.
- With RC-Timing, you don't have to delay the races.
You can make changes, reprint results or do virtually anything, all while
the current race is in progress!
- RC-Timing is reliable and stable, so your
meetings don't get delayed by software crashes and faults.
- RC-Timing is fully automatic. Is uses a true
human voice (not a robot-like computer) to announce all results and get drivers
ready for the next race. It even announces who has improved and has to go
to scrutineering after the race.
- RC-Timing keeps racers and spectators informed.
Heat-board support means that all racers and spectators can see at a glance
which race is running... even if they're pitted 100s of meters away! The next
release will even include support for advanced display boards, showing everything
from the running order to the race time! You'll also be able to connect a
second monitor or TV to your computer, giving racers and spectators a large-font
output that can be seen much easier, and will display extra information such
as predicted times in qualifying, and the gap between cars during finals.
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