FAQ

Track structure errors

Updated
Lean more: What should be considered when designing track/roadbook?

  • Speed limit outside the Speed Control Zone (DZ) is not allowed!

    Add DZ (Start Speed Control Zone) and FZ (End Speed Control Zone) waypoints or remove the speed limit.
    Track Configuration Rule Example
  • Speed limit changes in the Speed Control Zone (DZ) must be marked with a DZ waypoint!

    Add another DZ (Start Speed Control Zone) waypoint or remove the speed limit.
    Track Configuration Rule Example
  • DZ must have a speed limit!

    Add speed limit or remove DZ waypoint. Also orange DT and DN waypoints must have a speed limit.
    Track Configuration Rule Example
  • FZ is not allowed to have a speed limit!

    Remove the speed limit
    Track Configuration Rule Example
  • DN (Start Neutralization Zone) must have a matching FN (Finish Neutralization Zone)!

    Add matching FN (Finish Neutralization Zone) or DN (Start Neutralization Zone).
    Track Configuration Rule Example
  • DZ (Start Speed Control Zone) must have a matching FZ (Finish Speed Control Zone)!

    Add FZ (Finish Speed Control Zone)
    Track Configuration Rule Example
  • Waypoint 'clear' radii must not overlap!

    Waypoints can overlap if they are not in consecutive order.

    To resolve this, you can either relocate one of the waypoints, add a new waypoint between them if feasible, or adjust the radii sizes. However, be cautious not to make the radii too small.
    Track Configuration Rule Example
  • The track is too close to or crossing the Waypoint 'clear' radius multiple times!

    Exists a possibility of unintended waypoint validation.

    Please be aware that the riders' odometer will be recalibrated automatically upon waypoint validation. If waypoints are validated at the wrong passage/time, the odometer on the app may recalibrate to the wrong distance (picture shows a route which crosses the clear radius before the actually planned location by touching the waypoint clear radius).

    P.S. There exists a 25 meters invisible "buffer" zone around the waypoint validation radius and waypoints are cleared/validated in a sequential order.

    Track Configuration Rule Example
  • The track crosses the Waypoint 'open' radius more than once!

    The DTW arrow could potentially cause confusion for riders, appearing seemingly 'out of order'.
    Track Configuration Rule Example
  • The track start area location is too close to the first waypoint!

    It is possible to trigger false positives. The track start area should be positioned at least 100 meters, plus the waypoint 'clear' radius (typically 90 meters), before the first waypoint location.

    Move start are location further away. Or move the first waypoint a bit further away from the start area location (track start point).
    Track Configuration Rule Example
  • Invalid track file!

    Possible solutions:

    Unable to construct a valid speed zone!

    Sometimes your track line overlaps. Because of the overlap, waypoints are located exactly on the same track line. This is not allowed.

    Please move your track lines so that they are seperated.

    Maybe your waypoints are not located exactly on the track line?

    You should double check if all waypoints are placed correctly (see the picture)


Can’t find the answer you’re looking for? Reach out through any of our support channels

Download on Google Play store
Copyright © 2022 - 2024 RoadbookRally.com All rights reserved.