With technology at its peak, we let loose our new score center, also know as Speedhive at the recently concluded Pannala Night Race which put an end to the electrifying Sri Lanka Super Series 2017. The testing phase and launch was indeed a success as it was carried out without any complication.
What is Speedhive?
Speedhive enables users to view, analyse and compare results from races with instant updates directly from the race track. Moreover, each player is entitled to his profile which includes personal data, achievements and many more. Timings are calculated on practice day, usually a day before race day. We utilize the score center to record each timing to give our viewers an understanding of the start list.
A guide to speedhive (score center) – home page
The home page gives our viewers an insight on the last race and the most recent races in the calendar. It has easy access to the scorecard and detailed information of each race in the Sri Lanka Super Series.
The second page in the score center is allocated solely for live races. It’s only active when the race/event is in motion. The results or timings are instantly updated, enabling viewers to constantly analyse or compare.
This page has a detailed description of each track and holds data of the best timings from the recently concluded races. It also has a track description and a detailed map.
Drivers and Riders
Holds information of each competitor in the Sri Lanka Super Series. Displays the driver/rider’s blood group, team, place of birth and other personal data including the points accumulated.
The results page contains scores and timings from each motorcross event. It clearly mentions the number of points accumulated by each competitor at the end of each race.
This feature or page can be identified as the most significant component in the score center. It allows viewers/users to compare one competitor to another.
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