Race Monitor is now free to download and includes access to race results, and live timing for select races!
Race Monitor gives racers and spectators alike, the ability to view live timing from hundreds of races and tracks around the world over the internet, or you can view live timing directly from a MyLaps, Westhold, or MotoSponder timing system via the RMonitor protocol.
With Race Monitor's live timing, you can view racer lap times as they occur, group racers by category (if multiple classes are racing at the same time), and sort by race position or qualifying position.
Want access to live timing for all the races? Simply sign up for a live timing subscription to view live timing from hundreds of races around the world. (A subscription is required to access live timing for most races.)
** Connections directly to an RMonitor server provided by a track may require that you be connected to the track's wireless network **
An in-app upgrade to Race Monitor Plus is available which will unlock additional features including a Heads Up Display for racers (includes historical lap times), and Racer Alerts to let you know when a racer you're following goes on track.
- A Live Timing subscription is required to view the live timing of most races.
- Live Timing Subscriptions are available in either a monthly recurring subscription for $0.99 USD, or a recurring annual subscription for $4.99 USD. Prices may vary by country.
- Your subscription is purchased using your iTunes account and can be used on additional iPhones/iPads/iPod Touches that you own.
- Payments will be charged to your account at confirmation of purchase.
- Your subscription will auto-renew unless auto-renewal is canceled at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. You may turn off auto-renewal at any time from your iTunes Account Settings.
- Subscriptions cannot be cancelled during the active subscription period.
Terms of Service: http://www.race-monitor.com/Home/AppTermsOfService
Fixes for a couple of crashing issues
Ratings and Reviews
RM had been a great app the last few years I’ve used it. Today at Hallett the data was erratic at best. Laps not being counted, unable to view an entire session, if I had 10 laps, it only showed 2???? Very frustrating. As far as I know I pay for RM, it hadn’t free in the past?
Hope these bugs are fixed quickly now that we are going racing finally👍
Developer Response ,
You shouldn't be experiencing issues with regards to our systems. 99+% of the time the issue is related to the track's internet connection or their timing system. It's not particularly easy to troubleshoot in app reviews. You should contact us directly with additional details (e.g., which on-track sessions, what racers, etc.) and we'll be happy to look into it further. https://www.race-monitor.com/Home/Contact
On first sight it looks solid, then i had to upgrade to see live timing. Ok no problem im happy to support developers for their work if its for something useful. After the upgrade i could only see one laptime. So i had to upgrade for 3.99 to see individual times. Ok a bit steep but i guess i have no choice. It worked for a bit but then if i closed the app all the previous LapTimes were gone! (Or when it crashed) It also didn’t record any laptimes while the app was closed. All in all its pretty useless. There is also no way to see laptimes after a event is over.
The whole interface was a bit frustrating, if you want to go back from individual laptime to overall team laptimes it spits you out in the main menu where you have to find your event every single time. At a 12hr race last weekend every single driver including me who used this app was extremely unhappy with it. We were 5 drivers and downloaded it on 3 different phones and all had the same issues.
RaceHero it so much superior in comparison, every single laptime is recorded and in a database and its very intuitive to navigate.
Developer Response ,
Your experience doesn't sound typical. Since you mentioned paying for live timing, you must have been viewing a race that was listed in the app's directory, in which case, all of the lap times are stored and served up by our servers on-demand (no need to be continually connected unless you were connecting via IP address). If you can reach out to us, we would be happy to look into the issues you experienced further https://www.race-monitor.com/Home/Contact
Get race hero instead for free
Race monitor has always been bad and I’ve only kept it on my phone for times when the race weekend wasn’t on race hero (rare). Last weekend seemed like one of those so I found the race on race monitor, but had to get a subscription to follow the race I was entered in. Fine. $0.99 for one month then I’ll cancel. Well, if you want to see your individual lap times you need to pay another $4. I’m in too deep and out lap timer was broke, this looked like it. Fine. Well 30 mins later the race popped up on race hero. For free. And it charts lap times. Has better sorting by class. Tells you who’s in the pits and who might be out of the race because they’ve pitted so long. And gives you track communication like black flags by car number. Oh, and it’s just more attractive and easier to read. And free. If race monitor wants to have a chance they need to check out race hero and get with the program. I want my $5 back. And you, save your money and hassle and get race hero.
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- Karting Coach, Inc.
- 12.5 MB
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 9.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip or later.
- Apple TV
- Requires tvOS 9.0 or later.
- Age Rating
- © Karting Coach, Inc.
- In-App Purchases
- Live Timing Subscription $0.99
- Live Timing Subscription $4.99
- Race Monitor Plus $3.99