I'm after some advice from those in the know. I'm off to Rockingham in a couple of weeks time with No Limits for my second track day of the year. I'm thinking about getting some instruction for the first time, rather than hooning around trying to do my best with what I know.
I've been doing track days for the last three years and I'm now reasonably quick and can run safely at the front on the inters group. I'm now starting to find my limits though and think its time to get some instruction.
What do you think of track day instruction (vs. Ron's or California track schools)? Have you had any experience with one of the No Limits team?
Thanks for reading.
Its always best to get advice and listen to people who know what they are talking about, I have done countless track days on an old Steel frame CBR600 on slicks and can run in the fast group and shame quite a few lads on R1`s Blades and the such like, then I went into racing and I will tell you something.........its a very diferent game trust me ! most track instructors are racers or ex racers so they are a few steps above your normal track day rider. At the end of the day there is always somebody faster and smoother than you so ride within your limits and listen to the guys that know, that way ya bike comes home the same shape as it went, you have a good day and everybody gets full track time and less red flags. There are a couple of books to look out for on Amazon or somewhere, Twist of the wrist and The soft science of road racing, well worth a look. JD
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