Strict Standards: Declaration of GraphTabTitle::SetPos() should be compatible with Text::SetPos($aXAbsPos = 0, $aYAbsPos = 0, $aHAlign = 'left', $aVAlign = 'top') in /customers/6/c/d/vrl-simracing.be/httpd.www/rfactorreport/lib/jpgraph.php on line 3338 Strict Standards: Declaration of GraphTabTitle::Stroke() should be compatible with Text::Stroke(&$aImg, $x = NULL, $y = NULL) in /customers/6/c/d/vrl-simracing.be/httpd.www/rfactorreport/lib/jpgraph.php on line 3338 Strict Standards: Declaration of RotImage::FilledArc() should be compatible with Image::FilledArc($xc, $yc, $w, $h, $s, $e, $style = '') in /customers/6/c/d/vrl-simracing.be/httpd.www/rfactorreport/lib/gd_image.inc.php on line 2378
JpGraph Error: HTTP headers have already been sent.
Caused by output from file jpgraph.php at line 3338.
Explanation:
HTTP headers have already been sent back to the browser indicating the data as text before the library got a chance to send it's image HTTP header to this browser. This makes it impossible for the library to send back image data to the browser (since that would be interpretated as text by the browser and show up as junk text).

Most likely you have some text in your script before the call to Graph::Stroke(). If this texts gets sent back to the browser the browser will assume that all data is plain text. Look for any text, even spaces and newlines, that might have been sent back to the browser.

For example it is a common mistake to leave a blank line before the opening "<?php".