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What to do when there is a slower rider in front of you?
A slower rider doesn't necessarily mean a less skilled rider. Take a moment to understand why you're out there and how to make the best use of your time.
What tools should you bring with you to the track?
I tend to believe luck favors the prepared, and while you can show up with zero tools, having a few essentials could save the day.
The Two Mistake Rule | Know when to take yourself off of the Race Track.
It's easy to make mistakes while on the track: from missing an apex, brake marker, or gear. I've learned to adhere to the two mistake rule to help mitigate me having a yard sale.
What to bring to set up your pit in the paddock at a trackday?
I've seen recliners to a simple metal folding chair. Let's talk about some of the essentials to make your time at the track more enjoyable when you're not in a session.
Rain in the forecast... should you go to your track day?
After you book your first track day, you’ll instantly find yourself caring about the granular details of local weather forecasting more than ever. Though does it matter?
Should you camp at the race track?
Tent camping at the race track can be an incredible experience that will bring your closer to the community, though it's not all sunshine and rainbows.
Do these three things before your first track day
While getting ready for your first track day it's easy to forget these three important things to help you have a positive track day experience.
My first track day, what I got right and the things I did wrong.
Looking to attend your first track day? Before you do, read my experiences of what I got right and definitely wrong on my first track day.