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No extra cameras or GPS accessories required. Just hit start and the app will do the rest for you, auto-detecting your track and lap, and recording HD video and advanced data for each session.
Review your lap times and play back your completely integrated videos as soon as you get off the track.
Upload your synchronized video and data to our cloud services for free, so you can play them back on your phone or from your PC without having to worry about storage.
A quick tour on how to get started
3 touches of the screen and you're ready to go!
For Auto-cross, rally stages, drag racing, hill climb and air strip attacks
Easy as 1, 2, 3.
For Lap-Based and Point-to-Point Based Sessions
Anything you can find at Best Buy will technically get the job done but our favorites are the mounting bases, arms and phone specific holders made by Ram Mounts.
A newer (at least to us) company is Slip Grip, who makes phone specific phone holders which work directly with Ram Mount bases and arms. These have been great, especially for non-iPhone owners. Check them out here.
Everone has a different preference on where to mount the phone but most users mount it on the windshield, facing directly in front of the car. For this scenario, the best location is between 4-6 inches below your rear-view mirror. This allows the app to be easily visible as your lap timer when you are on track, allows you to quickly glance your rear-view mirror to check for traffic and grabs the closest view of the driver's position if you decide to use the front camera.
Lots of phones will work with Track Attack. All you need is a smartphone that has a GPS sensor, accelerometer, camera and large enough hard drive (or expandable memory slot). Since Track Attack is an intense application that utilizes the more advance features and hardware of a smartphone, we suggest you use at least a mid-tier smartphone like the iPhone 4s, Samsung Galaxy S3 or Nokia Lumia 720. For the ultimate experience, use the best possible phone available like iPhone 5s, Nokia 920/1020/1520 or Samsung Galaxy S4/S5. The newer and more high-end the phone, the better quality of GPS and video data.
The best location is between 4-6 inches below your rear-view mirror. This allows the app to be easily visible as your lap timer when you are on track and grabs the closest view of the driver's position.