I have never been to the track before and would like to get my feet wet a little. I don't know of any place to go in my area at the moment. so does anyone know a place to go and or things to do to prep?:scratch
Jennings GP.......it's about a 3 hour drive from Daytona. Get a trailer, rent a trailer, hook up with some friends with a trailer and head up there for the day. 3 hours is a pretty reasonable drive (my home track NJMP is about 2.5 from me).
I should be going there sometime this summer for a trackday. I like to sleep in my van, with a mosquito net for protection. I looked at their website, and no mention of camping facilities. Is there electrical power? Showers?
I have a Honda 2000 EU for tire warmers and if necessary, coffee in the morning. If no camping, what accommodations are available nearby?
Track Amenities Track orientation class will be available free of charge for Novice riders
Limited Leathers, Boots and Gloves rental
Tire Service - Tires for Sale, Mounting
Trackside concession - Food & Drink (we recommend bringing plenty of liquids) Free Camping
Click here for Location and lodging<<click>> Electricity - $20 per day or $40 for the weekend
A little long...
Hello all. So I'm new here and still new to both bikes and track days. I started started riding in Jan of this year. 2 track days so far with a K1 gsxr 750. I had to stop riding at the start of Sep for a planned shoulder surgery then had to go back under the knife so my...
Please when you post your pictures do not post it with Water marks on them. Pictures with water Marks Not allowed. Lets play fair those who are taking the pictures for us they are standing all day in the middle of the track just show little respect.
Here are mines
Wanted to get some feedback from those of you tracking the new generation 750.
I will be taking my stock 750 to the track and will upgrade tires over the OEM ones of course. I'm on the fence about tires, as I will be using my bike for street and track day use. The tires I have on my...
I've been looking at getting some of the Michelin Pilot Road 4 for rain tires on a spare set of wheels so that I can still enjoy the track on a rainy day. I tried it once on my Q3+ tires and it was no fun. I like the PR4 because it has siping to the edge unlike the PR5. What do you guys think...