I I have had no response from Steve Ogilvie or from the Trackmate company so I'm trying this route so that I can proceed on getting my commercial tracks set up
On the track, it was stated from the previous owner that it was a 140' hill climb, but he is deceased The track number is 452 if that helps, track looks like a handlebar mustache.
The straights are in two halves, one measures 19', the other 18' and the corners coming from the straights also have some straight in them. The loop corners look to be at least 8' in diameter, hard to determine since they are stacked upright at the moment. I'm guessing a footprint of around 18 wide by 30 long, but would like a good number to start with since my shop is already full.
The track has an Autotrack 2 system and a LapMaster track seller program attached No info on Autotrack, no longer supported; plenty info from LapMaster, spoke with them and they are very helpful.
I'm not going to be renting track time, so I will remove this program and sell it at a later date with the exception that it does have a full track manage system along with a drag program that I might want to keep.
On the Trackmate, it is a Drag Pro version but I don't know which one. They have several and all I have is a floppy disc with Drag pro and their phone number hand written on it.
The strip is complete with the components still intact but the tree is missing, pictures show that it was the large one.
Anyone that has this style of track or any of these systems, that would be willing to share some knowledge, I would appreciate it, to make this an easier project.
There were five tracks total, three that are missing, but it looks like I have software, hardware, and wiring for all of them in my possession, so I'm sure you can imagine the rat's nest I have to sort out.
I need to take the computers somewhere locally to have them gone through, been in storage for over eight years.