P1TS is a web service that helps
competitors understand their live race, practice, and qualifying sessions.
Its clear interactive displays help engineers and strategists make critical real-time decisions.
This Fact Sheet briefly illustrates how P1TS can be used to
assist engineers and strategists to solve many of the strategy
problems they face by understanding data such as: lap times,
gap times, driving times,
pit times, and their deltas and
For a detailed description of P1TS, please refer to the following guides.
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There is no software for you to install or update since P1TS runs on
Amazon Web Services.
P1TS is easy to use and master, and race proven by championship-winning
teams and manufacturers. It requires only:
- Google Chrome browser on Windows or Mac (above left), or
iOS or Android tablets (above right)
- Internet connection (e.g., cellular MiFi or track Internet)
- P1TS website username and password login
- Data Feed License Agreement
The Leaderboard table displays key data about each
- Your Hero car (#55), Sister cars (none shown),
and other cars you want to closely Follow
(#77, #28, #89, #29, #27, #33, #22) are highlighted.
- Quickly see if your completed and estimated
lap times, or those of others, are improving.
- See how close competitors are to minimum pit lane times and
how many laps they have driven in their current stints.
- Select which classes and columns you wish to Show or Hide.
The Track Map individually models car movement using
their earlier sector times.
- Hero (#55) car can be immediately located by a
Target Box and Radar Line.
- Follow cars are larger and have
Data Boards circulating with their car markers,
showing their Class Position as well as their
start/finish Gaps and Closing Rates
relative to your Hero.
- Non-follow cars are smaller reducing noise.
- A Hero Tail configured with your pit delta shows you position
lost for a pit stop.
- Target Boxes also highlight class leaders.
- A Circular map (not shown) may be used to easily
visualize the circuit by time.
The Track Order panel accompanies track map to help visualize
the ordering behind overall leader or SC.
This is particularly useful when cars are overlapped
on the track map.
Ordering is updated at every intermediate timing loop crossing.
The Sectors panel details sector and lap times for the
- The Working lap's (L19) sectors times are recorded as
sectors are completed.
- Faster▲ and
Slower▼ arrows show how each working
lap's sectors compares with his Best,
Rolling, and Theoretical lap's sector
- E-prefixed (estimated) lap times, predict the
working lap time, by using remaining sector times from Best, Rolling,
Pits & Stints
The Pit In-Out Stints panel displays both the session chronology and summary
of driver and pit lanes times for the selected car.
The pit-in and pit-out time line crossings divide the chronology.
Race Gap Chart
The Race Gapchart visualizes the race via a lap-by-lap (x-axis) view of time gaps to
the Hero car (y-axis).
- Cars ahead of the hero are above his
Y=0 line while cars behind appear below.
- Faster cars have upwards slopes
while slower cars have downwards slopes.
- Pit stops are indicated as circles.
- Yellow flag periods are displayed as bands.
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There are also specialized displays to help understand pit strategies,
overtake ETAs, and sector time comparisons.