Hi, I’m Kym Oberauer, a drag racing fan, racer, and the Time Slip Simulator (TSS) developer.
A few years ago, I was thinking about how great it would be if you could replay your races just from the details found on a time slip to relive those sweet victories and narrow defeats. And while you’re at it, learn a thing or two and become a better racer.
As it turns out, it can be done with the right math and programming tools. And so the Time Slip Simulator was born – a Windows PC program that replays your races in 3D just from the details on your time slip.
The Time Slip Simulator is a one-of-a-kind drag racing tool designed to help you become a better racer and go rounds.
As I mentioned above, I’m also a drag racer myself. Located in the state of Victoria in Australia, I race in a DYO class called Super Sedan. Super Sedan is a door car class with a quarter-mile ET cutoff of 8.50 to 10.99 seconds.
Built in the late ’80s, I race a Holden Camira (GM) powered by a 406 small block Chevy, good for 9.35 seconds at 140mph over the quarter mile. Here are a few pictures of the Camira in action.
If you’d like to know more about the TSS or have any questions, please email email@example.com.