119 | | FS will calculate and interpolate the SS and ES times from the tracklog when the pilot cross the cylinder/line. The average speed in the reports will be calculated on the total shortest distance from the takeoff, and might then be a little too high depending on the start gate and task type. (This might be improved further in later versions) The average speed is not used for scoring, so this is only a cosmetic error. |

| 119 | FS will calculate and interpolate the SS and ES times from the tracklog when the pilot cross the cylinder/line. |

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| 121 | The average speed in the reports is calculated as follows: [[BR]] |

| 122 | First we find the point on each turnpoint cylinder that gives the shortest distance from first turnpoint (Start) to last turnpoint (Goal) via the other turnpoints. [[BR]] |

| 123 | Then we find the distance from the point defined on the SS cylinder to the point defined on the ES cylinder via the points defined on the turnpoint cylinders in between. |

| 124 | ''(Note: this is not always the shortest distance needed to fly from SS to ES as these turnpoints often is not first and last turnpoint.)'' [[BR]] |

| 125 | Then the avg. speed is the time used from SS to ES divided on the distance (found above). The SS time of a pilot is the actual time of the crossing in the case of "Elapsed time" task, otherwise the nearest "Start gate" prior to the actual time. |