Bug Reports

If you identify any API bugs or errors in the data please record them here.

62 Responses to “Bug Reports”

  1. Admin says:

    Hi Johannes,

    I’ve added the required header so have another try. Not sure about the JSONP problem though – what method is producing the error message?

  2. Johannes says:

    Thank you! Problem solved.

  3. David says:

    Hey,
    i tried to open your Database Image, but whatever collation i choose, I’m getting wrong characters. For Example:(opened with UTF-8)
    807,’hulkenberg’,'HUL’,'Nico’,'Hülkenberg’
    Is there a possibility that the Image `got not correctly exported? I would appreciate if you could have a look at this.
    Ciao David

  4. rob cooper says:

    I’m writing an F1 next-race app for the Pebble watch — but the json response doesn’t have time of race, but your api doc has time in the sample. Countdown to race time is a big deal for the watch face.

    {
    “MRData”: {
    “xmlns”: “http:\/\/ergast.com\/mrd\/1.2″,
    “series”: “f1″,
    “url”: “http:\/\/ergast.com\/api\/f1\/current\/next.json”,
    “limit”: “30″,
    “offset”: “0″,
    “total”: “1″,
    “RaceTable”: {
    “season”: “2014″,
    “round”: “1″,
    “Races”: [
    {
    "season": "2014",
    "round": "1",
    "url": "https:\/\/en.wikipedia.org\/wiki\/2014_Australian_Grand_Prix",
    "raceName": "Australian Grand Prix",
    "Circuit": {
    "circuitId": "albert_park",
    "url": "http:\/\/en.wikipedia.org\/wiki\/Melbourne_Grand_Prix_Circuit",
    "circuitName": "Albert Park Grand Prix Circuit",
    "Location": {
    "lat": "-37.8497",
    "long": "144.968",
    "locality": "Melbourne",
    "country": "Australia"
    }
    },
    "date": "2014-03-16"
    }
    ]
    }
    }
    }

  5. Admin says:

    Hi Rob,

    Thanks for the heads-up. All race start times should now be there for 2014.

  6. rob cooper says:

    times have dropped again. They were there this AM but aren’t now (16:13 PDT)

  7. Admin says:

    Apologies Rob – I had to roll back the database to fix the character encoding problems raised earlier. Race times are back and character encoding now fixed.

  8. Admin says:

    David,

    Thanks for the heads-up. Character encoding was utf-8 in the API but incorrect in the database image. Surprisingly, the problem was reversible so importing the database could cure it. Now fixed.

  9. Johnny Wall says:

    2014, Race 1, didn’t botas pit twice? The json feed does not have that included

  10. Admin says:

    Hi Johnny,

    I’ve re-run the import and several extra pit stops have appeared. Not sure what happened but I’ll keep an eye on it for round 2.

  11. rob cooper says:

    OH NOES! Race time(s) not accurate! Off by one hour (at least for Bahrain, not sure about the others but I assume it’s systemic).

    Here is the return from ergast.com:
    {“lat”:”26.0325″,”long”:”50.5106″,”locality”:”Sakhir”,”country”:”Bahrain”}},”date”:”2014-04-06″,”time”:”16:00:00Z”},

    Here is the current epoch time and conversionG
    MT: Sun, 06 Apr 2014 15:52:03 GMT
    Your time zone: April 6, 2014 at 8:52:03 AM PDT GMT-7

    According to this the race will start in 6 minutes or so but it’s been on for close to an hour! Your times are off by one hour.

  12. Admin says:

    Not sure how that happened – times were all taken from official sources before the beginning of the season. I’ll check the remaining races.

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