Re: Thinking of booking a track day
I'm assuming this will be your first track day. A 600 is great for the track along with 250s, 300s, 500s, and 650s. The 1k might be a lot to handle on the track, but then again, on your first track day you should be focusing on the basics such as the race line and body positioning, not testing your limits. If you go in with the right mindset you'll come out a better rider with a flawless bike. If you go in trying to push your limits, you're asking for an accident.
I didn't mind taking my L5 on the track, but others brought up a good point. If you're not willing to throw it away, don't take it out there.
The Great Banning of 2016 survivor.