Circuit Tools for iOS has been designed by racing drivers, for racing drivers, to quickly provide information that is key to improving lap times.
It is designed to work in conjunction with a VBOX Video HD2 and the following Wi-Fi SD card readers:
*RAVPower FileHub Plus RP-WD03
*RAVPower FileHub Wireless Travel Router RP-WD007
*Toshiba Canvio AeroMobile wireless SSD
Circuit Tools for iOS removes the complexity normally associated with analysis software, which is often aimed at experienced race engineers.
The app can also analyse data without video from Racelogic's other data loggers including VBOX, Video VBOX and VBOX Sport. Data files can be loaded into the app via Dropbox.
Updated for iOS13
Resolved issue with RavPower integration
Fixed track map drawing issue
Added ‘Show Unfinished Laps’ option
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Excellent app. A bit mean it doesn’t play vbox lite video files....
Could be so much better
Tbh it’s really not good enough - and could be without too much difficulty
1. Accessing data is much too difficult. Why can’t I just load off a memory card that I plug directly into my iPad. Transferring to Dropbox (which then transfers it to the local storage on your iPad anyway) is a faff and not necessarily easy track side where data connections can be lacking.
2. Won’t support video files from my current vbox setups in the race cars - other reviews and images suggest it maybe does for the HD Vbox
3. Only allows 2 channels of data to be analysed/overlaid ... really 4 are needed at a minimum.
Have to totally agree with the previous reviewer, I can get the app to load circuit data because the app doesn’t support video loading from Dropbox (and even if it did I would have to pay £98 for Dropbox plus) or I have to load the video files from an SD card, but where is the SD slot on an IOS device I ask you...correct there isn’t one, but you can buy a £45 device and stream the SD card to Your iPhone / IPad. So awful, why can’t the software use the built in calls in IOS to enable access to data stores; one drive, iCloud and ‘files’
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.