The report examples below give you an idea of the capabilities of Race Manager, and these are only a sampling of some of the reports. Click on a link below to jump to a specific report or scroll down to view all.
This is one of the main reports from the administrative side and it is controlled by a Select and Sort screen that offers you the opportunity to choose which combination of members you want to see, e.g. Member Status, Group, Member Type, and how you wish to sort.
You can run the Member's Account Statement anytime, and if you use the tagging function you can select individual members to print.
Sorted by Class, then by Driver, the Entry List by Class report is run for a specific event. Since the Group may change event by event, this report is useful because it shows the Class the member's car is assigned to.
Sorted by Group, then by Driver, the Entry List by Group report is run for a specific event. Since the Group may change event by event, this report is necessary because it shows the Group the member's car is currently assigned to. In the example below the first Group shows all the drivers that have yet to be assigned.
Similar to the Entry List by Group, this report is appreciated by sponsors or local media.
How do you keep track of the drivers on a race weekend when they are checking in, and know who needs to renew, who is on suspension and who hasn't paid yet? The Registration Problems Report tracks medical cards (late or non-existent), licenses (late or non-existent), memberships (late or non-member) and suspension issues. Since you can run this report anytime, a last-minute report will reflect last-minute entries.
Whether or not your organization is for-profit, when you want to know exactly the revenue of a specific event the Reconciliation Report is unbeatable. This report reflects all the detail for any category and totals it in one concise area. You can track entry fees, payments, late charges, track days, banquets and use it to cross check against your deposit slips.
This report is designed to help ease registration headaches and displays all pertinent information about the entrant including membership, licensing and medical issues. Whereas the Registration Problem Report lists only drivers with issues, the Registration List includes all entrants for a given event.
This report only prints for members with the Rookie box checked in the member profile and allows you to hold a driver as a rookie for as long as necessary rather than a predetermined period of time.