AMITIAE - Tuesday 3 February 2015

Release of MotoGP Timing App 2015 for iOS and Android - Sepang Testing this Week

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By Graham K. Rogers


Even though the winter is still hitting a number of countries, motor racing teams are preparing for the upcoming season, with the first Formula One race of the year scheduled for Melbourne in Australia on 15 March and the opening race of the MotoGP season at Qatar on 29 March.

As yet, the iOS app for the 2015 F1 races has not yet appeared, but Dorna Sports S.L. announced earlier today that the app for both iOS and Android has been released. The link for the iOS app is at MotoGP Live Experience 2015 with the Google thing also shown on the email I had.

Both of these apps will allow subscribers to follow testing which is taking place at Sepang this week: the Sepang race is not until 21 October, so we can expect lots of rain then. The iOS app is priced at £15.99 ($24.16), or $20.99 in the App Store here. On that Google Play link, I see the price is 815.22 baht (which makes that a whopping $25).

I used to take the MotoGP app (and I will download the F1 app when it arrives), but these days I prefer to subscribe to Dorna's Live MotoGP Video feeds. That enables me to catch up when there are late night races and also makes sure I can watch when the TV feed dies in the rainy season.

Graham K. Rogers teaches at the Faculty of Engineering, Mahidol University in Thailand where he is also Assistant Dean. He wrote in the Bangkok Post, Database supplement on IT subjects. For the last seven years of Database he wrote a column on Apple and Macs. He is now continuing that in the Bangkok Post supplement, Life.



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