When using Lap Timing Mode on Performance Box Touch, it will display the currently selected track and available layouts based on the GPS location of the unit. If your Performance Box Touch cannot detect a track and is displaying a NO LIST AVAILABLE message in the Track Select option of the Lap Timing Settings, there are a few troubleshooting steps you can try:
Look at the guidance below. If Performance Box Touch is still not displaying tracks and you believe it should, please contact Racelogic Support.
If Performance Box Touch is displaying a flashing red satellite icon at the top of the screen, the unit is struggling to acquire a satellite lock. The unit needs a minimum of 4 satellites to calculate the position. You can see the current number of satellites detected in the Diagnostic Settings screen. You can find troubleshooting tips regarding Satellite Lock here.
Location to Track
Performance Box Touch has an inbuilt track database that contains circuits throughout the world. You can find a list of the currently supported circuits here. As the Performance Box Touch selects the track based on its GPS location, it will not display a track if you are not in the vicinity of a known track. If you would like to request that a new track map is added to the circuit database, please Contact Racelogic.
Track Map Database
If your track is already included in the supported circuits, but Performance Box Touch is not able to detect the track despite being at the circuit and having a satellite lock, you may need to update its Track Map Database. You can find the latest Track Map Database file on the VBOX Motorsport Website. You upload it to the unit via the Lap Timing Settings menu by pressing the LOAD button behind TRACK DATABASE.
You can find more information on how to update the Track Database on Performance Box Touch here.
Create Your Own Start/Finish Line
If no local track is available, you can still use the Lap Timing Mode in Performance Box Touch by either creating a start/ finish line using the display when on the track, creating a start/ finish line in Google Earth or creating a start/finish line using a previously recorded a VBOX File on your computer.