I saw a comment posted somewhere that the 2-day camp was excellent. I posted my experience in this section with Level I of the standard course. I'm waiting for the 04 schedule to come out so I can book Level II - At Barber ;D
I enjoyed using the school's bike for two reasons: 1) Didn't have to worry about wadding up mine. 2) Never rode a superbike type before and it was a good opportunity to spend a day on a different type of bike.
I think I talked with your friend Robb off and on during the day. I remember one of the guys talking about Ducs and his 'Busa. It was actually back in Sept (13-14). His article is right on about the experience.
That was definitely the session I was at - recognized some folks in the pictures. I had forgot how foggy it was on Saturday morning - didn't know if it was going to burn off so we could see around the whole track before we started or not.
I could only stay for Level I and envied the folks staying over for Level II on Sunday. Now I 'm just waiting for Level II to be scheduled at Barber.
YEE HAA !!! Just got back from Sears Point , California Superbike/ Keith Code school. Took level one class on their kawasaki-wow ( S4 had battery issues this morning). Great mix of classroom and track time. The instructors knew what they were doing and the bikes are great. Ended the day with 5 sessions of 3 to 4 laps each, i think i ended up with 18 because of a red flag. Definately worth the money, i was taking turns relaxed and at speeds that suprised me.
I'll be dreaming of the long left downhill at turn 6 ( carousel) for while. That track is just a blast.
Plan to take levels 2 asap and then 3-4 at the 2 day school.
FYI most of good stuff is from the twist of the wrist 2 book.
Also spotted a M900ie ( new owner) was there too, told him about this site. He passed me and it was sweet to hear the ducati v-twin over the 4 cylinder ( great engine but rather like a sewing machine)