MyLaps X2 Transponder Help

All NASA Drivers,

It has come to our attention at NASA NorCal that MyLaps X2 Transponders are introducing certain challenges to drivers, and NASA officials are attempting to help MyLaps and drivers resolve them.

The earlier Flex (red/white) and the X260 (red) models are not affected.

MyLaps is working with NASA to ensure a smoother install and set up, and has published updated instructions and troubleshooting information. Third party video instruction is also included below.

One problem can occur when the installtion of the X2 transponder and “racekey” devices do not match with the user’s subscription as downloaded to the racekey device. There may be other hardware installation issues which may complicate troubleshooting as well. It is recommended that drivers first make certain that their MyLaps subscription is properly downloaded to their RaceKey device and that the installtion matches the subscription type i.e. Rechargable or Direct Power (DP).

Drivers may wish to delay adoption of the X2 until these issues are reliably solved. Meanwhile, if you already have an X2 transponder from MyLaps review the following:

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Why Choose NASA HPDE and Time Trials?

In Nor Cal we realize that drivers have some choices. So we’re going to outline here what we offer that makes us stand out.

Track Time for Your Dollar
We offer the most inexpensive track per minute of all the groups, excluding specials. HPDE and Time Trial (TT) drivers enjoy at least four 20-minute sessions per day. It works out to be about $2 per minute where other clubs are charging an average that exceeds $3 per minute.

Weekend Events
All of our events are on premium weekends. We seldom run weekday events, so you don’t have to take days off of work. We offer HPDE separately each day or both days at a discount.

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NASA has lost an incredible talent, friend, and racer – one of the true greats…. Tommy O.

NASA has lost an incredible talent, friend, and racer – one of the true greats…. Tommy O.
It is with deep sorrow that we say good-bye to Tommy Oliver. He was a friend to NASA, a role model for many, and an inspiration to all that were blessed to have known him. His racing career encompassed years of passionate, selfless dedication to the sport we all know and love and to furthering the success of many others in doing so.

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