Apex Pro Gen II Unit
Apex Pro Gen II Unit
We were an early adopter of the Apex Pro to help us continually develop our driving. We find the intuitive app to be easy to use, while having an impressive amount of data at our fingertips. With the Lap Timer Plus subscription, we can also transmit live telemetry which helps us do live coaching for our drivers - real time feedback from outside the car!
APEX Pro is a tool for drivers of all skill levels, who are looking to develop their driving. From Track Days and Road Racing to Auto-cross and Hill-Climb, APEX Pro is a tool that helps improve lap times while on track and simplifies post-session data review with the most intuitive software interface available.
APEX Pro pairs using Bluetooth to automatically save data to the APEX App. It provides accurate lap-times at over 200 official tracks around the world, and even allows for custom track creation (great for autocross). While on track, precisely filtered data is logged at 10 Hz and sent to the phone. APEX has a suite of tools allowing drivers to review and replay data overlaid on track maps or plotted in many ways. To compare laps with other drivers, simply email or AirDrop recorded sessions to fellow drivers or driving instructors. Drivers can instantly overlay and compare sessions from the same track. While you are out on the track, friends and crew members can watch your driving, lap-times, and telemetry from anywhere in the world using CrewView.
Red lights on the APEX Pro display indicate un-used potential - the tires are not at their limit. This limit is calculated by taking in thousands of sensor measurements a second from the internal GPS and accelerometers (9 Axis IMU). These raw sensor measurements are then filtered through the APEX algorithm derived from years of testing at all levels of motorsport. This process on takes a lap or two of driving at pace, and from these measurements APEX determines the car’s road holding ability (based on your driving, not a theoretical limit). That is how APEX helps you find YOUR limit. The peak measurements are compared with the other measurements to determine if those peak measurements seen in one area of the track are achievable elsewhere. Put another way you may be faster in one section of the track than another, and that is how APEX Learns where the available grip is. Red Lights represent the limit determined by the APEX algorithm, Green Lights are how close you are from that limit. For more information, check out the APEX Pro Startup Guide!
**Pre-Order! New Apex Pro Gen II's, with updated hardware, are being built and will be ready to ship no later than April 1!**