My name is Ricky V and I run a site called Race Optimal. Basically, I developed a program to analyze 2D data (that means no camber or elevation considerations) and calculate the "optimal" line around a racetrack. All tracks include analysis specifically for the Mazda Miata. I also produce video simulations for the four major vehicle types, which are accessible by clicking the play button in the upper right hand corner of the map.
You may be saying "What?? No elevation data?" Well, yes. Ideally, 3D effects would be included, but when it comes to their effect on the actual line, it is often subtle enough that it's hard to tell the difference looking at an overhead map.
My goal for this project is to help experienced drivers get new ideas about what line might work the best and where, and to help inexperienced drivers understand and visualize the concept of the racing line.
I'd be honored if you'd take a look, and even more honored if the project actually helped you get more comfortable or shave time at the track.
Of course, I'm open to any feedback you might have, as well.