Monthly Archives: May 2014

Circuit of Munster Google Earth Speed Traces

As a continuation of this weekend’s hectic rally activity we promised our Jemba Speed traces for the Circuit of Munster. The lastest round of the Dunlop Irish National Championship should be a real scorcher as this championship is developing into one of the most hotly contested series in year’s. The event is based this year once again at Limerick Racecourse with the stages slightly further west around Askheaton and Pallaskenry. Good luck to all involved and enjoy the Google Earth files.

Limerick 2014 GE Files

 

Remember though. Please note that the Google Earth files are contained in a zip file. If you are using a computer, they will be downloaded to your downloads folder and can then be opened with google Earth. For mobile/iPhone/iPad users – you will be asked to “open in” an app like iFiles or Evernote etc. You must do this and then unzip the files. After this the files can be opened in Google Earth. It seems a long way around but it is worth it. It is assumed that you have installed both a file viewer & Google Earth beforehand. If not they are all available via the App Store and the Android Play Store.

Severn Valley & Mourne Rally Google Earth Views.

It is a very busy rally weekend. Already up and running is the BRC and it’s entourage at the Jim Clark Rally in the Scottish Borders. Today (Sat) we have the The Severn Valley Rally, using some of the classic stages around Eypnnt and the Crychan Forest complex. The Mourne Rally has its first competitor recce day today (Sat) in the Mountains just outside Newry. So all in all, some fairly widespread rally activity going on. We have decided to publish our Jemba Speed Traces via Google Earth for any one who wants to have a look. The Circuit of Munster is having its recce today ahead of the main rally on Sunday. We will post the Jemba Traces for it on Sunday morning.

Mourne Rally GE Files

Severn 2014 GE Files

Remember though. Please note that the Google Earth files are contained in a zip file. If you are using a computer, they will be downloaded to your downloads folder and can then be opened with google Earth. For mobile/iPhone/iPad users – you will be asked to “open in” an app like iFiles or Evernote etc. You must do this and then unzip the files. After this the files can be opened in Google Earth. It seems a long way around but it is worth it. It is assumed that you have installed both a file viewer & Google Earth beforehand. If not they are all available via the App Store and the Android Play Store.