What is it?
LiveTime is a revolutionary scoring system for radio controlled car racing. It was developed by the same people behind LiveRC; people who are both passionate and knowledgeable about this industry. We have over 15 years of experience running races from around the world using various scoring systems, and this experience has been used to develop what we feel is the most powerful, yet intuitive scoring system on the market. Watch our intro video to learn more.
Who are we?
LiveTime is brought to you by the same people behind LiveRC.com
. We have been traveling the globe for years to provide live timing on the Internet for the worlds biggest races. We know what race directors like, dislike, and want. We have taken all of that into consideration to develop the most sophisticated, yet intuitive R/C scoring system on the market.
When online, data from LiveTime is synched to the cloud automatically, allowing you to show people almost anything you can imagine that is going on at your track. Additionally, we are working on being able to help you with backing up and restoring your race data should you need it in the future. If you do not have an Internet connection at the track, LiveTime can start synching as soon as it gets online. Come home, connect to the Internet, and let LiveTime get everything synced up for you.
Global Driver/Class Database
LiveTime is building a global driver database that is powered by LiveRC. Any driver will be able to make a racer profile online to define their name, nickname, transponders, classes, sponsors, etc. When they go to your track, they simply give you their short ID number. Once you enter that it, their profile is immediately downloaded into your system and you have all their info pre-populated. This makes life easier for the race director and lets drivers track their stats throughout their racing career. Additionally, we have defined numerous popular racing classes as "global classes." When you create a class in LiveTime, you can link it to a global class. This will allow drivers to track their stats by class from various tracks. For example, if you link "Mod Buggy" to the global "2WD Modified Buggy" class, a driver can see all of his results in "2WD Modified Buggy" from various facilities, irregardless of what the individual facility calls the class (Mod Buggy, Modified Buggy, 2WD Mod, etc).