doin two trackdays coming weekend at Autobahn North in Joliet, IL. This list helped me remember couple of things I didnt think about.
well you really need a full leather and you need to tape your head light ,break light,turn signals and remove your mirrors and most importantly you need to flush your radiator to simple fact if you go down you will give track org a very hard time to clean it cause radiator fluid is very slippery and very hard to clean it.What if your not that serious about timing yourself and racing...what if I just want to get out and push my bike a little in a safe enviroment? I want to get on a track and just have some fun with curves and being able to open it up? Is it still necessary to tape and remove things and all that other stuff? Wouldnt it be ok to just get some good safety gear and head to the track?
Close tracks are Tally GP, Barber, Nashville and starting this fall there will be New Orleans Motorsports Park. Others that I would call within reasonable distance are Jennings GP, Road Atlanta and Carolina Motorsports Park.Hate to bring up an old post, BUT...I'm moving to Shreveport from the UK and still want to be able to do track days. Anyone know where the closest tracks are to North West Louisiana? How about a good TDO that operates in that area?
Not all trackday orgs require the same stuff, so look around a bit.damn thats alot of shit i guess i wont be doing track no time soon. Plus i would get a seperate bike for track