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Starting Line

Publisher: Graham McCabe
Price: 1.99 USD
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App Description

Any seasoned drag racer will tell you that most races are won at the starting line. Having a good and consistent reaction time is key to winning.

To achieve this you need a practice tree app...but not just any practice tree app. You need the Starting Line.
By providing a more realistic race setting, the ability to seriously fine-tune, and statistics to provide you with feedback to build consistent reaction times, Starting Line has it all!

Starting Line includes features and settings to satisfy everyone from casual users to weekend warriors to veteran drag racers.

Features include:
- 0.400/0.500 Sportsman(Full) tree and 0.400/0.500 Pro tree

- use a 0.000 based timer or a 0.400/0.500 based timer

- choose launch lane or have the app randomly choose

- race CPU opponent (supports bracket racing and 'heads-up' for both tree types)

- enter your own dial in and allow the system to randomly set the CPU opponent dial in

- choose to use LED amber lights or traditional incandescent lights

- Can launch with gas pedal [!press!], transbrake [!release!], or delay box (delay box supports 1 and 2 button [!release!] as well as ZForce button [!press-release-press!] types)

- Separate settings for many Sportsman and Pro tree options allowing for distinct settings between each

- adjustable stage and launch buttons to allow you to position your launch buttons on the screen in a way that works for you!

- fully adjustable delay box that supports up to 2 delays (1 button and 2 button configurations) and bump up/down for post-release delay adjustments

- Delay box users can choose to cross over and whether to use Cross Talk

- real car and bike sounds for burnouts and launches!

- detailed help file so you have information at your fingertips

Statistics:

Starting Line really shines by providing you with useful stats and helping you analyze your race reaction times (r/t’s).

You will find all the summary data you would expect like:
- Overall average r/t
- Green light average r/t
- best and worst r/t's
- total green and red lights

It also compares multiple racing scenarios (left vs right lane, night vs day, opponent vs solo, etc) and tells you which scenario you need to practice on.

And what would stats be without great graphs! Starting Line boasts scatter plot and bar graphs to allow you to see your reaction time trends over time and to see how well you really are doing…which simple averages cannot do.

The beauty of this graphing lies in its power to compare two racing scenarios at the same time! At a glance, you can see how well you are doing in 10 different racing scenarios.

And for those of you that want to analyze your data further, there is an export option to export all your race data to CSV file (requires iTunes to get the export file). Then you can import the data into a spreadsheet program like Excel and have at 'er!

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2.5

6 ratings

Setup... then setup again.

I get everything set up the way it is when/where I usually race —the sound of the car, the crosstalk, day/night — then I enter the actual practice tree mode and do my thing. Then, it’s back to setting everything up again. The delay and rollout is saved, but the sound, the crosstalk, day/night change…

Jun 28, 2021

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