No. Even if you really looked at every lap for every driver (rather than those relative few of interest to you) how do you know an occasional missed lap in practice or qual from a stop in the pits for temps & pressures, or a missed first lap or last lap? Other than the fastest lap, why would I compare all of mine between my data and T&S? Personally, I’m more likely replacing brakes, checking fluids, making adjustments or looking at data & video I can actually use right away.
Beg to differ Ron. I think you will if you look. Mylaps, Race Hero and Race Monitor show all driver's lap times recorded by transponder. I routinely go through the top 10-15 drivers, look a their times, their fast and slow times as well as their average times and standard deviation. The minute a transponder stops working you should see a missing lap time in the display. If you look at all cars that have run the Majors / Super Tour this season, go through the results, their lap times are ALL there, every one of them
Oh, and the next time Race Monitor data is complete and correctly organized will be cause for a party as it is a rare thing indeed, at least for SCCA events.