Always-on, full screen real time track information including flagging conditions.
Spotter gives each driver a full track itinerary, real time announcements, and real time updates as they become available.
You can simply download and launch the app. Spotter will do the rest!
You can send flags and track announcements to any track in the world by logging into our website.
RacerCaster uses components from Ram Mounts to build our systems, but nearly any commercially available mount will work.
Once you have installed the app on your phone and signed up, mount your smartphone on your dash anywhere you like (just like you would for a GPS app). Using the RacerCast platform and your mobile data connection, flags are sent instantly from Race Control to you. It's like having a flag worker in the car with you!
Yes! Regardless of where you are on track, a simple glance tells you the state of every corner on the track, before the flag station even comes into view. This invaluable information helps you make better decisions, earlier, and helps everyone have a safer on track experience. Even a few seconds warning can save a wreck, or even avoid a DQ!
Android and iPhone users can find the free app in the Google Play store or App Store by searching for Spotter! by RacerCaster Inc.
"The 2014 NASA 25 Hours of Thunderhill presented by Hawk Performance is celebrating its eleventh running. The National Auto Sport Association (NASA), who sanctions the race, started from humble beginnings in 1991, hosting only high performance driving events. However, that did last long as the two founders, Ali Arsham and Jerry Kunzman, had dreams-and big dreams they were. By 1993, the pair held their first endurance race under the newly formed NASA name. While the high performance driving aspect continued to grow, as did the sprint racing program, it was the lure of endurance racing that these two gentlemen knew was special. Soon they started hosting longer and longer races and by 1998 the Timex 12 Hours of Thunderhill Raceway was born."