Fedora 19 Update: f1lt-2.0.2-3.fc19

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Fedora Update Notification
2013-05-17 22:02:03

Name        : f1lt
Product     : Fedora 19
Version     : 2.0.2
Release     : 3.fc19
URL         : http://f1lt.pl/
Summary     : Unofficial Formula 1 live timing application
Description :
F1LT is a free unofficial Formula 1 live timing application written
for Windows, Linux, Symbian and Android systems.
It is an alternative application to the java applet available
on the formula1.com site. To use the application you only need an account
on the formula1.com site, the same you are using for connecting to Live Timing
from formula1.com.

Main features of the application:
 - gathering all live timing data
 - you can see lap time history of every driver
 - session statistics
 - fastest laps
 - fastest pit stops
 - speed records
 - charts
 - lap time comparison tool
 - allows you to compare lap times of up to 4 drivers at once
 - head to head tool
 - select two drivers and program will be calculating the gap between them,
   differences between lap and sector times, drawing lap,
   position and gap charts

The desktop version (Windows and Linux) features also:
 - recording and replaying live timing
 - every session can be recorded and replayed later,
   very useful tool when watching a replay of the race
 - session analysis tool
 - to analyze sessions using charts (lap times, positions, gaps)
 - weather charts
 - database with live timing session files available online
 - session times tool
 - displays table with all times from a session
 - driver tracker
 - displays drivers positions on a track map and a radar
 - synchronizing live timing with TV coverage
 - gathering driver best times during the GP weekend

Update Information:

First package.

  [ 1 ] Bug #962236 - Review Request: f1lt - Unofficial Formula 1 live timing application

This update can be installed with the "yum" update program.  Use 
su -c 'yum update f1lt' at the command line.
For more information, refer to "Managing Software with yum",
available at http://docs.fedoraproject.org/yum/.

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