Those elusive tenths that make up the difference between winning and also-ran is all there—you can’t hide the truth once you get someone’s telemetry. Data doesn’t lie: if you want to know why, and where, you’re losing time to that guy up front, get his data, and compare to yours. Five minutes of analysis, and you’ll know exactly where you’re losing time. Add another five minutes of research, and you’ll know why, too. Combined with a serviceable knowledge of setting up a car, telemetry is the magic bullet that can and will make you a faster driver.
So how do you go about getting telemetry readings in Project CARS? As it happens, there’s an App for that, and it’s brilliant.
Does all this information at your fingertips sound a bit intimidating? No need to get anxious because getting started with ‘vrHive’ is a doddle thanks to the app-creator MikeyTT’s richly-illustrated and easy-to-follow instruction guide.
‘vrHive’ is designed to work with both the PC and console versions of Project CARS, so there’s absolutely no reason not to give this impressive app a try and begin channeling your inner data engineer. Oh, and it’s also free.
More information with ‘vrHive’, and everything you need to get started, can be found on the Project CARS forums. And while you’re at it, why not check out all the other amazing Project CARS apps on our dedicated apps page as well?