VBOX Pit Lane Timer


VBOX Pit Lane Timer


10Hz GPS Data Logger and Pit Lane Timer Display in one. The new VBOX Pit Lane Timer takes the guesswork out of the crucial pit stop period of an endurance race.

VBOX Pit Lane Timer recognizing the preset pit lane entry point as it is crossed, displays the velocity until the car comes to a stop and then counts down to zero to indicate when it is time to get out again. In addition the high brightness LEDs change colour and intensity, giving the driver an indication as to whether the pit lane exit will be reached too early, too late, or exactly right.

The timer logs stint and pit lane times to SD card.


  • 10 Hz data logging to SD card

  • Helps to avoid pit stop penalties

  • Prompts you when to leave the pit box, warning in advance if you are going to cross the line too early

  • Includes external GPS/GLONASS antenna

  • Easy operation

  • Motorsport Lemo connectors

  • Low power consumption: 1.5W

  • Multiple mounting options

  • Free data analysis software (Windows, MacOS, and iOS)

Download the technical specs sheet from here.

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Display Options

The Pit Lane Timer Display has the option to show font as a high contrast outline or inverse screen colours for use in different light conditions.




Display Modes

VBOX Pit Lane Timer has different display modes depending where you are at the track.

Stint Time
When you are out on the track, the Pit Lane Timer will show your time from pit stop to pit stop.

Live Speed 
When you enter the pit lane, the Pit Lane Timer will show your live speed value.

Countdown Time 
When you come to a stop in your pit box, the Pit Lane Timer then displays a countdown to when you should leave your pit box.

When it is time to leave the pit box, the LEDs light up Green for go.

When in 'Entrance to Exit Timing Mode' ('Stationary in Pit Timing Mode' is also available) as you drive towards the pit exit, the display will show the predicted amount you will be over or under the regulated minimum pit stop time.

If you are going to go under the minimum time, the LEDs will light up red, and the Pit Lane Timer will sound a continuous beep to let you know you need to slow down. The time displayed (-1.1s) is how much you will be under the minimum time if you carry on at this speed.

If you are more than 1.5s over the minimum time, the LEDs will light up Green to say it is safe to go faster (if still within pit lane speed limit).