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    Lap Time

    Trying to build a spreadsheet so that I can track each lap time from four driver team. I can download the cvs file but try to turn the file that reads tenths in seconds. For some reason my file drops the tenths.
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    Re: Lap Time

    It might be there, but the formatting only shows down to seconds. Try adjusting the formatting, along these lines:

    [m]:ss.0

    If that doesn't work, then use Notepad to open the CSV file, where you should be able to see if the tenths of seconds are present (if they aren't, then there is not much that can be done).

    Hope this helps.

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