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Live timing alternative

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  • #132850
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    Enigma
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    With Java and everything surrounding it, is there any good alternative for live timing? It was a bit strange to watch today’s race without it and a bit harder to follow! Any suggestions what to use in Malaysia?

    #228744
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    Lin1876
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    I read that there’s an open source live timing program somewhere, but I don’t remember much more. I poked around its website and it looked decent, but didn’t get a chance to try it out.

    #228745
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    Mathers
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    I posted this elsewhere on the forum but there is F1LT which is worth a look, there is an Android version as well. The website is http://www.f1lt.pl :-)

    #228746
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    Lin1876
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    @mathers That’s the one I saw.

    #228747
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    Enigma
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    @mathers @Lin1876 Thanks, seems great so far!

    #228748
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    DavidS
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    I saw this thread earlier in the week, and decided to give F1LT a go.
    It’s provides much more than the official timing service does.

    After using it to watch qualifying, I will definitely be using it during the race. I’ve been without the official timing for a while now (refusing to install Java, and the program itself being buggy), but I’m looking forward to finally being able to see what’s going on.

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