Better known as the organiser of what is regarded as one of the best World Championships to date, Finland’s Jussi Luopajärvi has been working on another RC project called Testlogger, a tool for collecting and analysing track performance. Starting with a vision for a better way to collect data from test and race days compared to notepad or MS Excel, this tool stores laptimes, setups, conditions and comments, with weather conditions automatically fetched for outdoor tracks while laptimes can be imported from Mylaps. The collected data helps to compare and analyse track performance of single days or in the long term from yourself or your racing buddies. A social sharing function helps spread the word with the public or your friends only, using the Testlogger feed or through private messages. A comprehensive archive function stores past setups with every set-up change being accessible while runs, sessions and notes can be tagged for future reference. The web based, and currently completely free to use, service is available here with a lot of new features being added all the time to further improve the tool.