European Trackdays

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European Trackdays

Thinking of doing a trackday in europe next year . Anyone got any advise on which circuit or company to go with . Or has anyone booked already, where you going ?

Jerez rocks!I will be there in April with FE.

www.Racedays.netAre fookin' brilliant BTW.

Ducati Pete wrote

Jerez rocks!I will be there in April with FE.

+1Superb trip

ROZZA28 wrote

Thinking of doing a trackday in europe next year . Anyone got any advise on which circuit or company to go with . Or has anyone booked already, where you going ?

Going to Almeria May 3rd - 5th, with Hottrax. Toot, T666AKY etc will be there.Booked today £599 for the first 25, and £699 after that. Includes flights and fully inclusive 4 star Hotel.

John.. wrote

Going to Almeria May 3rd - 5th, with Hottrax. Toot, T666AKY etc will be there.Booked today £599 for the first 25, and £699 after that. Includes flights and fully inclusive 4 star Hotel.

^^^^ What he says ^^^^ Or with Tracksense ALMERIA CIRCUIT... FRIDAY 22 TO SUNDAY 24 FEBRUARY '08 ALMERIA CIRCUIT... FRIDAY 14 TO SUNDAY 16 MARCH '08Hottrax and Tracksense are both user friendly and very well organised with no hidden suprises.

Racedays.net for me everytime. Not for novices though. If you really want to improve your riding this is the one. Trackdays with a purpose, racing without pressure.Transponders on bikes, lap time printouts, open pit lanes, a race in the afternoons, International paddock, trophys and podiums. Priceless!I have been on all the UK organisers ones and the only one I would not go with again is FE.

I've done Almeria and Jerez with Tracksense. Preference is for Jerez; fantastic circuit / facilities, with a 1st class 4* hotel within a few gundred yards of the circuit. And as soon as Tracksense release dates for 2008, i'll be booking again.Not heard of these Racedays folks before though - need to look in to that as sounds fun... !

ROZZA28 wrote

Thinking of doing a trackday in europe next year . Anyone got any advise on which circuit or company to go with . Or has anyone booked already, where you going ?

Am researching doing the same thing on behalf of group of us..... biggest issue is getting our bikes there from Essex......looking at Jan/Feb/Mar though as we will be hitting the UK tracks from April onwards......Most of us ride in the inters...are we too slow for Racedays as everybody has good things to say about them???

You would be ok as an intermediate rider provide that you understand the standard is pretty high.As a rule everyone tends to build the pace up over the 3 or four days anyway because there is so much track time with open pit lane. This means everyone isn't trying to go balls out straight away.There were several inters and a few novices at the last one in Jerez and everyone has loved it and really improved there riding.You would be put into groups for the qualifying sessions which is great because you are on the grid with people of similar ability.Also, you be guaranteed a race as there are A and B finals and also best of the rest so everone gets a race.Good quality coaching is also available if you want to really get good (if you consider GP, BSB, and WSB riders as good that is?)

You also can listen in on Raxner's "cooking masterclass" with racedays. It's mainly cheese based dishes, funniest thing I've heard for years.

You calling me gay Pete? Please withdraw that comment about cooking immediately! If not sooner.Wish you were there mate, it was a great trip..

Pete. I know you are a bit wierd, and that's fine, honestly it is. But..... what's with the Ginner Bird?

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