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Evaluating a recording
The individual laps are shown one beside the other as bars in the evaluation that appears. The height of the bars represents the respective lap time; the higher the bar, the longer the lap time.
You can scroll forward and backward in the evaluation by:
If you did not define a reference lap when recording started, the first lap is treated as the reference lap and shown as .
The laps are generally displayed in orange. The only exception to this is the fastest lap, which is shown in white.
If a lap is shown with a broken bar, this means that either the driving was interrupted or the vehicle was stationary for a time. "Stationary" in this context means the ignition is switched off.
Implausible (divergent) laps are shown in gray.
Implausible laps are shown in gray. Laps are regarded as implausible if their distance deviates significantly (more than 15%) from the reference lap.
Renaming a recording