So, I took my BMW M4 out for a rip around Nurburgring Nordschleife tonight. I did a respectable 7:10.xxx lap and I thought it would be a nice chance to test out the MoTeC data analysis feature, so I exported my lap onto a USB stick and opened the file in the free MoTeC software that you can download from the company. Just to give you an idea of what it looks like...It's very similar to the tools PD built into GT6, in a way. There is a nice summary screen that you'll see, but MoTeC goes much deeper. Unfortunately, I only did one lap, but had I done multiple laps I would have been able to analyse my progress on each and every corner from lap to lap. Here are a few sample screen shots with the data I exported from GT6. Next is a screenshot showing each and every "turn" on the Nordschleife and what my speed & engine RPM was. You can drag these squares around, in case some are overlapping and you can't see. You can also right-click and "edit" the track map if you so desire. Below we have a text only "section summary" that should be self-explanatory: Finally, I just included a screenshot of the RPM History. You can click on as many of the colored sections (on the right side) if you wish to hide a certain RPM range. As you can see, this new feature is pretty fantastic if you're the type of person who really wants to analyze his or her track data. Perhaps you won't want to use every single feature, but I'm sure if you play around with it a bit, you'll find that there is going to be something you'll enjoy having the ability to see.