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Digital Subscriptions > Vroom International > n. 217 July 2019 > Racing Wireless

Racing Wireless

The latest version of the data acquisition tool proposed by Starlane for karts confirms the practicality of the compact cable-free system, with various features and the new Maat software
In the photo, the test group: from the left, Andrea Saccucci (Officine in Progress), Mattia Signorelli (driver), Giacomo Signorelli (father) and Marco Danieli (Team Racing Kart).

Since the late 1990s, Starlane has been a specialized company in electronic products for racing vehicles (motorcycles and cars), from quick shifting systems to data acquisition systems. With the latter in karts it has long been occupied, a sector in which it is now relaunched with the latest variant of its Corsaro-K steering wheel instrument.

A “dashboard” that maintains the particular advantages of this line, such as reduced dimensions without sacrificing the size and readability of the screen, which being touch allows you to do without external buttons. But above all the practicality of not having wires attached to the instrument and around the steering wheel, thanks to the bluetooth connection with the various sensors and also with the computer for data download. Added to this is the new Maat 1.0 software, which allows even more accurate management of these data. All qualities that have made the Corsaro the favorite dashboard of teams like the official CRG, Chiesa Corse-Kart Republic and Baby Race, so much so as to be a participant in world titles like those of De Conto, Hiltbrand, Keirle and Travisanutto. But let’s analyze one thing at a time, about this tool.

The compact Corsaro-K instrument also stands out for the excellent ratio between total dimensions and touch display size, thanks to this last feature that allows you to forgo additional keys.
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