GPDisplay is AGPPerf's companion. It allows you
to view the data contained in perf files. So, what can it display?
GPDisplay shows your speed, RPM, gear, time and joystick/keyboard input
at any point on the circuit. You can choose the point on the
circuit that you would like to analyze by selecting the position on the
overhead track map (which also shows your route around the track). In
addition to this it also displays the car setup and horsepower settings
that the perf was saved with.
That may sound boring, but where GPDisplay really comes into its element
is it's ability to load up to 4 perf files simulataneously, allowing
direct comparisons to be made. Perhaps the most useful part of GPDisplay
when comparing perfs is the time graph - from this graph alone you
can see where you lose/gain time.
Perf files for the top Hall of Fame times
can be found in the PerfBase. If you
download some perfs from there, you can then compare these with your
perfs to determine where you are losing time and how to make it up.
|Compatibility:||All F1GP versions|
|System Requirements:||Workbench 2.0 or higher|
|More Information:||The program documentation is available on-line, if you would like to read about all the details.|
|Download:||GPDisplay.lha (82K) + the required track files (177K)|