Fuel

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The Fuel Component will display the current fuel usage and predicted refuelling requirements.

For a full list of all available Overlay Components please check out the Overlay Component List

Incidents

  • Show/Hide – Display or Hide an incident counter.

Calculation

  • Close to leader – This setting is used only in time limited races. It should be used when you are close to the leader: the exact amount of fuel needed to cover race time is calculated and one lap of extra fuel is added. This extra fuel is needed if time runs out when you just passed the start/finish line and you need to drive an additional lap.
  • Conservative – This setting is used only in time limited races. It should be used when you are far from the leader or when you don’t know where you will be at the end of the race relatively to the leader (multiclass in bottom classes for example). The exact amount of fuel needed to cover race time is calculated and two laps of extra fuel are added. The first extra lap of fuel is to finish the last lap and the second extra lap is needed if time runs out when you pass the start/finish line with the leader just behind and you need to drive a second additional lap.

Horizon

  • Lap – Fuel data is calculated as a floating average from the last lap covered from the current position.
  • Average – Fuel data is calculated as a floating average from N last laps covered from the current position. N is configured in Settings / Fuel lap count.

Mode

  • AutoLap or time based data is automatically selected depending if the session is lap limited or time limited. If both are limited the most relevant is displayed.
  • LapsLap based data display is forced.
  • Time – Time based data display is forced.
  • Both – Displays all data available.
  • Show  – Displays the fuel component.
  • Hide – Hides the fuel component.

Instructions for CSS Style overrides on the next page!

Add fuel hardware button or hotkey can be configured in the F3 Settings / Fuel section:

  • When the button or hotkey is pressed: – if Fuel left at end in the Fuel Component is negative then this value with Additional fuel added is sent to the fuel black box and corresponding checkbox is ticked – if Fuel left at end in the Fuel Component is positive then the fuel checkbox in the fuel black box is unticked.

To customise your overlay we need to override the default CSS code that dictates how an individual component looks, where it is positioned and how it animates etc. In iRacing Live Timing press F3 to open the Configuration Panel, scroll down to find the Style Overrides field and click the 3 dots to open the overrides screen. Copy and paste the code below into the bottom of the Style Overrides window and adjust the values to get the desired effect.

.overlay>.fuel{
    top: 20px;
    width: 100%;
    transform: perspective(1000px) translateZ(0px);
    transform-origin: left top;
}

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