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Accessible analysis for any budget.

Silver Plan
per year
$47
Entry level DIY plan for light and regular racers.
Upload 15 spreadsheets per year
You enter your runs
You upload your spreadsheets
Uploads saved for later viewing
Interactive, easy-to-understand charts
90+ data points extracted and displayed per upload
Any future charts added to old reports
Download PDFs of each analysis
Knowledge Base Support
Priority email support
Choose Silver
Gold Plan
per year
$97
For high frequency racers that want DIY analysis.
Upload 50 spreadsheets per year
You enter your runs
You upload your spreadsheets
Uploads saved for later viewing
Interactive, easy-to-understand charts
90+ data points extracted and displayed per upload
Any future charts added to old reports
Download PDFs of each analysis
Knowledge Base Support
Priority email support
Choose Gold

Let me try to answer some questions

It’s a three step process.

Step 1: You enter your run information (track, time, dial, R/T, opponent data, weather, etc) into our easy-to-use form.

Step 2: When you’ve entered the races you want, you’ll “finalize” (save) your new digital log book spreadsheet.

Step 3: Log in to your account and upload the file. Instantly see all the data pulled out for you to visually inspect!

The log books are saved too, so you can revisit them or save/print them as a PDF any time.
Don’t worry, as a customer I walk you through this entire process in more detail.

No, once they’re entered, you will be able to see them or organize as desired in a spreadsheet. This is how you’ll copy the sheet and isolate out the runs you want to see or not see.

After you enter a lot of run data, you can decide to see the analysis of it. You’ll save it and upload it. That’s one upload. 

Maybe you want to only see how June went. You isolate and copy just your runs from June into a new spreadsheet, then save and upload that. That’s an upload.

Maybe you switched rear tires and want to see the 60′ analysis on one set versus the other set. Isolate the runs from the first set, save, and upload those. Then isolate runs from the new set, save, and upload those. That’d be two uploads and you can print each PDF. Or you can choose just the five races before and five races after the switch, save and upload.

Perfect, send me the idea at jacob at timeslipcharts dot com and if I think it’s feasible, I’ll add it to your (and all future) report(s).

I won’t lie, if you’re not great at typing or on the number pad (on most keyboards), it could take as long as 3, 4, or 5 minutes per run. I promise though you’ll get faster, and I share some tips with customers on how to speed up.

If you’re fast, I’ve been able to enter them within 1.5 minutes each.

So to enter the average race could take you under 10 minutes or half an hour.

They are exactly the same, apart from Gold users are able to upload many more spreadsheet log books. At 15/year, the Silver plan still allows for about 1 to 2 uploads every month. The Gold plan would allow you to update about every week.

If you don’t have time (or patience) to enter all your run data, print and fill out our PDF log book page. Then scan or take a picture of them and send them to us. We’ll type in all the information for you all season for up to 50 races.

Then, up to 10 times a year you can request any date range or races (ie just the Flings, or only May-July, or all season, or only Divisionals, etc) that have been entered. We will compile and upload the data for you, making it available in your account.

Not sure what to think yet?

Sign up here and get instructions on how to get one free upload and test it out.