I have no pointers only envy [thumbsup] My 2007 goal is to do a track day....I must before I die :angel:motogpfan said:So I finally signed up for a racing school. I'm really excited but nervous at the same time. Any pointers I should be aware of?
OK, starting to get confused.xsr71x said:You will learn that there is no gyroscopic effect w/ motorcycling and that you don't counter steer.
And the number 1 thing you will remeber is "When you are going full-tilt-boogey, and you get to your turn point, turn the bike I don't care if you are too fast, too slow, hit a false neutral, are stuck in gear, turn the bike!!" [thumbsup]
Well which one of the three did you like the best?darylbowden said:I think he needs to redesign that website, my god I could've put something better together in dreamweaver in about 10 minutes! To the real point, it looks fine, same basic rules as any race school-get undera certain lap time (which isn't that fast usually) and don't crash, pretty easy. He seems to be pretty ambitious about what he teaches though. I don't know that you could thoroughly cover all that material in one day, but I suppose it's a start. Like I said it looks pretty standard and if that's the only way to get your license, then I suppose it'll do. Would I choose that for a school? No, I'd much rather do Keith Code, Schwantz (which I've heard amazing things about BTW), or Freddie Spencer (also heard great things). But, if your primary purpose is to get your license, then I say go for it and get ready to watch your billfold shrink. If it's just to learn to ride/race better, I would opt for a different program.