F1 App, “ 2011” available at Ovi Store.

| March 23, 2011 | 16 Replies

stylinred tips that the F1 app, 2011 is available at Ovi Store.

The 2011 application is the essential app for Formula One fans and streams real-time data direct from Formula One Management’s Technical Centre at the race track. It displays the same information supplied to the teams from every session of the weekend, instantly putting you at the heart of the action.

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Live timing

The main timing screen lets you track the progress of every driver, from their position and best lap time to their latest sector times and lap count. Other features include a track status indicator, informing you of yellow/red flags and safety car phases, plus straight-line speeds and text commentary.

Circuit data

The circuit data screen lets you know what conditions the drivers are facing out on the circuit, with the current air and track temperatures, rainfall, air pressure and humidity levels, plus wind speed and direction. Graphs also allow you to see how conditions have changed throughout the session.

Results, News & Session Alerts

The app’s free push notification service alerts you when a Grand Prix session is about to begin, brings you session results, essential news, championship standings and more. This optional feature ensures you can stay in touch even when you don’t have the app open on your phone. (Currently only available on Apple iOS. Details on future platforms to be announced in due course.)

Additional features

The Official Application isn’t just about the current race. Other features include results for every session of the current season, the season calendar, timetables for every Grand Prix and the current championship standings.

Download the App

The free 2011 application is available on Android (NEWAndroid Market), BlackBerry OS (visit BlackBerry App World), Apple iOS (visit iTunes App Store) and J2ME (visit the Ovi Store).
OR – for other phone operating systems, or for users without access to an app store, go to Mobile on your phone and click the Download Application link on the homepage.


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