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TestLogger showcased at ETS in Daun

During the last ETS race in Daun, our ETS racers Ben Jebira and Corentin Ducret had something VERY interesting with them and luckily we had been able to see the very interesting project in which they are involved. We had been deeply impressed by their TestLogger System and we like to let you know about it today. For everybody who likes to step into every small detail of our sport, this project is just insane…!
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TestLogger Collector: a new data acquisition system inspired by full scale professional motorsport racing.

The recent ETS event in Daun showcased a new addition to RC car racing: data logging technology, which hasn’t been seen in the sport before in larger scale. Data logging is considered as standard in full scale motorsports, it’s a new development for RC racing. Now TestLogger is closing the gap with data acquisition system designed for RC cars to analyse driver and chassis behaviour. TestLogger is currently developing a tailored tool set for data collection, analytics, and management, similar to the technologies used in professional full scale motorsports.

What benefits does the data enable for racers and hobbyists when using the TestLogger in RC car racing?

1) Performance Analysis: With TestLogger Collector, drivers and teams can gather comprehensive data on various aspects of their car’s performance, including speed, driver input, acceleration, lateral force, rotation speed, and temperatures. This data is essential for optimising the car’s setup to suit different tracks and conditions, aiding in research and development efforts to enhance RC car design and technology.

2) Driver Analysis and Improvement: The system provides drivers with valuable insights into their performance, highlighting areas where they may be losing time or where their driving technique can be improved. Detailed data on braking points, acceleration patterns, and cornering techniques allows drivers to refine their skills and adapt their approach to maximise their car’s potential on the track. This feature is beneficial for racers of all levels, from beginners to seasoned professionals.

3) Comparative Analysis: Data acquisition is a powerful tool for benchmarking performance against previous runs or comparing with teammates and competitors (where data is available). It provides a clear understanding of where time is gained or lost on the track, helping teams to identify areas for improvement.

4) Data Management: TestLogger tools enable drivers and teams to efficiently record all important information during races or testing sessions, including lap times, setups, tire information, and driver feedback. This facilitates quicker access to historical data for reference and allows for long-term tracking of statistics and performance trends.

By utilizing data logging and management system, teams and drivers gain the capability to make informed, data-driven decisions. This enables them to finely tune both the car and their driving techniques, ultimately resulting in improved race performance, faster lap times, and greater consistency in results. It’s important to remember that while experience gradually shapes understanding, experimentation rapidly builds knowledge. The key distinction lies in measurement—we can only control what we measure.

For more detailed information about the TestLogger Collector and other tools, you can visit our website and knowledge base.


The TestLogger story begun 10 years ago, with a vision of designing an easy-to use tool for managing setup information, lap times, tracks and conditions in a controlled manner – in other words, finding a better way of collecting data from test and race days than notepads or Excel spreadsheets.

The owner and main developer of TestLogger is Jussi Luopajärvi, whose background in professional motorsports provided the foundation and perfect environment for the idea of designing and devel-oping a data logging system to take flight. Luopajärvi is an avid and experienced RC racer himself and known in the RC circles as the driving force behind the 2011 IFMAR World Championships organised in Vaasa, Finland.