From Gregory Braun:
LapTimer 2000 is a MS Windows program that will count and time laps on scale slot car track. Laps are timed with 1/1000 of a second accuracy. Lap Timer 2000 includes hardware interfaces for the joystick game pad, parallel printer port, and the RS-232 serial communications port. Slot car tracks with up to four lanes can be used with Lap Timer 2000.
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"Works Great for R/C Car Racing"
Version: Lap Timer 2000 5.7
I was looking for software that I could with my laptop to time R/C car races. This was it! I made a simple trigger using a laser pointer and a photocell, and hooked them up to the parallel port on my laptop.
I have no complaints.
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