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The Doc B Racing Real-time Telemetry System is an end-to-end system for data acquisition in the vehicle environment. The system will use a host of sensors and an onboard processor to log useful vehicle data metrics during a street or track driving event. This data is then made available to the user for review on a laptop or mobile device with intent to aid in vehicle setup, driver performance, and general maintenance.
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