Do you boat race or off-road vehicle race where you find yourself without a pre-made race course or track in the Race Studio 2 or 3 databases to download?
Tracks or circuits created in public spaces or that are set for a one-event race weekend are easy to create yourself if you follow the 19 steps below.
First, you must run the course in a test or practice session to collect a baseline of GPS location data.
Once you've come in after your first session, follow the steps below to make a new track in the AiM RS3 software. Let us know how it goes.
Connect USB to PDM32
Find PDM32 bottom left or double arrows, and double click to connect the device
Live Measures should open, click the download tab
Select sessions to download
Fill out racer, vehicle, race, etc
Select the tracks icon upper left of the screen
Select “new” from the tabs in the center of screen
Name track, select country, state, circuit type, road surface
Click “Load” upper right with the track icon next to it
Select the correct file path This PC>C-Drive>Aim_Sports>RaceStudio3>user>data>date>select the largest file>
Highlight the “start/finish”, select a start-finish location on the track map, click cursor position
Scroll through and select the best-looking track line
Click save in the upper right of the screen.
Close out of the window
For all tracks, select the gear icon for “user tracks” only
Click check box
In Race Studio 3 analysis, top right of the screen, select and assign the track icon to the recently downloaded data.