Everything you need to manage the scoring of your events
* IMCA lineup procedures and points system
* USRA passing points, Pills, Draw Redraw, Invert
* Single column lineups, two wide, even three wide
* Qualifying, Heats, Consi's and Features A-I
SpeedScoreOne is NOT Internet based. You won't go into panic mode when you no longer have access to your lineups in the middle of a race just because you lost your connection to the internet. It can happen, it HAS happened! Don't trust the success of your event to an internet connection.
Speaking of "Internet NOT Required" - WHERE IS YOUR DATA?
Your data is valuable - it needs to be protected. Imagine what could happen if another promoter or another track owner had access to your data. ie, If they had access to your drivers names, their email addresses, their payouts, etc ! What could they do with YOUR data?
With SS1, all of your driver info is safe and viewable only by you, instead of being on someone else's server, viewable by anyone that has access to that server.
So the question is: WHO HAS ACCESS TO YOUR DATA?
* Announcer Screen
* Westhold transponder interface
* Use with or without tranponders
* Online Signup System - Signup before the event, on the way to the event, even while standing in line at the signup table.
* Results, laptimes, lineups etc can all be uploaded to the internet.
* Free data transfer from your existing system
* and much much more.
Unlike other systems that charge extra for what seems to be every little feature that almost any serious scorer would need, SpeedScoreOne has one price for everything. There are no extra costs, no hidden costs and, No Limits on Anything.
|Multi User (5)||$400||included|
|Live Scoring Keypad||$100||included|
|Sanction Lineups||$100 (min)||included|
While SpeedScoreOne (SS1) should have all the tools you'll need to manage the scoring
at your events, it's very likely that additional features (such as different sanctions,
different lineup procedures, different point systems, etc) might be needed. Not to worry - most of the changes should
be straight-forward and somewhat simple to implement. And, unless the change is massive and
requires extensive programing, extra features will almost always be "no charge". The determining
factor is whether it is a feature needed by more than one track.
If you see something missing, ask us about it - we might either already have it in the plans, or it might be something that we can add.