Here you will find detailed information about getting started, exporting data from various apps and devices, and uploading it to Serious-Racing.
As of version 4.1.5, you can share your laps from RaceChrono via email. Open RaceChrono and go to Sessions:
Tap the session you want to share with Serious-Racing:
Tap the share icon at the top of the screen:
Select your email app to upload the session via email. Please note that the email address you send the session from needs to be the same as the email address you signed up to Serious-Racing with. If you don't use the same email address on your phone, you could email the session to yourself first.
To export your session from older versions, go to the session page and click the "export" icon.
Select the "Comma separated v1 (.csv)" format and click "Export":
After a successful export, the exported file can be found in the "/RaceChrono/export" or "/sdcard/RaceChrono/export" folder.
To export your session, open the session exporter from "Lap times" › "Options" › "Export":
An export editor is then displayed:
Please select "All laps" as the Scope of the export, and "Spreadsheet (.csv)" as the Type of the export. Then just press OK and the exporting begins. If there is nothing to export an error is displayed.
After a successful export, the exported file can be found in the "\RaceChrono\Exports" directory on your memory card (or "\Data\RaceChrono\Exports" on your phone memory).
To export your laps, go to More › Export.
First, select the laps you want to export. Choose between all laps, selected lap or best lap:
For type of export, select Spreadsheet (.csv):
Press Start to start exporting your laps. When finished, the exported file can be found on the memory card in the RaceChrono\Exports\ folder.
For more information, please see the RaceChrono TouchScreen manual.
Open the app and go to 'Genius':
Go to 'My sessions':
Tap the session you want to export:
Below the session, tap 'More':
Tap 'Export Raw Data':
You can now upload the session via email. Please note that the email address you send the session from needs to be the same as the email address you signed up to Serious-Racing with. If you don't use the same email address on your phone, you could email the session to yourself first.
First, open the session you want to export:
Go to File › Export to Excel:
You now see the export options screen. Take note of the location where the file will be saved to:
Now, press 'Select all' under Channels:
And select the lap you want to export (you can only export one lap for now):
Select 'CSV' under compatibility:
And choose 'Comma' for 'Decimal Digit Separator':
Hit 'Save and Exit' to save the file and close the dialog. Your file can now be found in the location you noted down in the first step.
Download, install and then run Alfano Visual Data.
Click "Download" on the bottom left of the screen.
If it's the first time you've done so, you'll need to click on the green "+" and complete the following fields:
Select you Alfano in the left pane, then click "Connect". The right pane should print all recorded sessions, select them and click "Download".
You then get your recorded sessions - select as appropriate and click "Export CSV".
We only support QRacing V3.0 and later. You can download the latest version from the QRacing download page.
Please note that the images with this example are in Dutch, but the workflow should be the same in other languages.
Go to the track you want to export lap times from and hit 'Export track':
For the file type, select MS Excel file under 3 and hit ‘Next’:
Select the tracks you want to export and hit ‘Next’:
Go to the folder where you want to save your lap times, name the file and hit ‘Save›:
The file is now exported. Hit ‘Finish’:
Go to your lap list:
Tap on the lap you want to export:
In the lap view, scroll all the way to the bottom until you see the ‘Export’ button:
Select ‘All’ and make sure the option ‘Text (.csv)’ is on. Click on the mail button:
There should be two files attached to the email. If there is only 1 file, the upload won't work. You can now email your laps to upload them. See the upload page for full instructions and which email address to send your laps to.
Go to Sessions:
Tap on the session you want to export:
Scroll the icons at the bottom all the way to the right until you see ‘Video Data’:
Tap ‘Video Data’:
The data export has now been saved as a .CSV file on your external storage in the ‘Trackmaster’ folder.
Right-click on either an entire session or a single lap, and select Export Session (or Lap) to CSV:
Select the folder you wish to save the file to. Name the file and ensure it is in CSV Format:
Once exported, you will receive a message that it was successful. Click OK:
Locate the file in the appropriate folder to upload to Serious-Racing.com:
To upload laps via email, you need to use the same email address as the one you signed up with. Your email address is shown on your profile page. Full instructions and where to send your laps to can be found on Upload.
Please note that this is an experimental feature. Processing your laps may take a few hours, but you should get an email back when your laps have been processed, even if there were issues. Make sure to check your spam folder first, but contact us at email@example.com if you are not getting any email back from Serious-Racing Uploads.
Go to one of your tracks and select one or more laps from a sessions where you want to change time or vehicle. Click 'Edit' at the top right.
You now see a dialog with current session time and vehicle. If you have selected laps from multiple sessions you can only change the vehicle. Make the changes you need and click 'Save'. All laps in the session will be automatically changed.
Please make sure your video is set to Public on Youtube. Go to one of your tracks and select a single lap you want to add video to. Click ‘Edit’ at the top right of the page. Tap the ‘Add a Youtube video’ link:
Add the link to your Youtube video in the first field. Fill in the exact time where your lap starts in the second field. You can specify minutes, seconds, and milliseconds for the most realistic replay.
You can find the link to your video on the Youtube site in the share area:
You can change the video link or start time by selecting the lap again and tapping ‘Edit’. And you can also remove the video completely if you change your mind:
By default, only the fastest lap of each of your tracks can be viewed by people you are friends with. If you want to show a lap to a wider circle of people, go to your list of laps and look out for the share icon:
Tap it to open the share dialog, where you can copy and paste the link to your lap, or share it directly to Facebook, Twitter, or Google+.
Press ‘Done’ or the close button when you are finished. The share icon will show up red now the lap is shared. If you want to stop sharing the lap, press ‘Stop sharing this lap’ and it won't be available anymore.
You can also share a lap from the lap view by tapping the share icon next to your name. Please note that you can only share one lap at a time, not a comparison.
By default, when you compare with friends, you only get their fastest lap. There is a workaround if you want to compare with another lap, for example laps with rainy conditions.
First, your friend has to share their rainy lap, and you go view the share. Now, click Log in at the top right of the page, or in the menu on mobile. If you have laps on the same track, you will now go to a page where you can select one of your own laps to compare with the lap your friend shared.