Let's make a copy!
Once you click the button below, the table will be copied to your clipboard! Paste it into a text document for safe keeping. When you return, you can copy and paste it from there back into MK Trax and pick up where you left off.
Now where were we...
If you have previously used MK Trax and you used to SAVE button to copy your table, you can paste it back into this box to import your previous session.
How to Use:
To begin a new spreadsheet, you'll need to add some drivers first. To add a driver, select the DRIVERS button in the navigation bar at the top of the screen. In the newly appeared dialog box, there will be a list of presently tracked drivers, as well as a form to add a new driver. Enter a first and last name, and press the Add Driver button.
Logging a race is as easy as filling out a form. Simply press the green LOG RACE button at the top of the screen, and fill in the form shown in the newly appeared dialog box. You can start filling the form out at any time, but you will need to know the finishing positions of each driver to complete the process.
Be sure to fill out every field of the LOG RACE form. This includes the date, track, running order, and number of blue shells with respect to the current race. Once a race has been added, the process can be repeated for each race.
Individual Driver Statistics:
To view a driver's stat card, click or press on any of the drivers' names in the main table to display the INSPECTOR. In the Inspector, you will see the name of the driver who is currently selected, as well as statistical data pulled from the recorded races you have entered in the LOG RACE menu.
Comparing Two Drivers:
Once the INSPECTOR is open and a driver is selected, you can mouse-over any other driver to display a second set of statistics, which will be compared against the presently selected driver's statistics. An explanation of each stat can be found by placing your cursor on top of it.
To save your spreadsheet, press theSAVE button at the top of the screen. There you can copy your spreadsheet as a CSV string. Paste it somewhere you won't lose it. do not modify this string unless you know what you are doing.
To load a previous session, press theLOAD button at the top of the screen. Paste in the text from your previous session and press the button at the bottom of the LOAD window.
What is MK Trax?
In so few words, MK Trax is a completely fan-made, free, and unofficial web-app which can track the performance of Mario Kart players over time.
MK Trax started as a simple Excel spreadsheet. As the spreadsheet grew, so too grew the number of ways to pull stats out of the same original input being fed in. Ultimately, this process would come to define the spreadsheet's goal. The mission was simple: to get the maximum possible statistical data out of a minimum amount of input.
Is MK Trax associated with Nintendo?
No. This website falls under Fair Use as it uses copyright-protected works for the purposes of research and education. All characters and course names are property of their respective holders, including the beloved Nintendo Corperation.
Created by Miles Elliott. In loving memory of Onye Okolo.