HOW IT WORKS – EUROPEAN TRACK DAY!!
A European trackday experience gives you the chance to ride on some of the most famous and exciting circuits on the continent, maximising your track time over several days.
- Fully insured bike transport from a designated UK collection point to the circuit
- Track time
- Each day on track runs the same as a typical UK trackday with 20 minute sessions and an hour for lunch
Unfortunately as it is illegal to carry more than two fuel cans through France, the haulage company cannot carry any. However you should be able to source fuel cans at the events, lots of tracks have on side petrol services as well.
Typically a 4 star hotel is on offer for a twin room, sharing with another rider on the trackday experience for the duration of the period.
Single rooms can be arranged and these will incur a single supplement charge, please contact the the trackday company direct.
You can bring a non riding partner and/or extend your stay in the hotel at an additional cost, please contact them directly for prices and availability.
FLIGHTS AND TRANSFERS
These are not included in the price, and it is advisable to do your research and book a hire car before you travel to assure the best price. Also consider “car share” with other customers to cut costs.
Everyone must have Repatriation Insurance which includes cover for motor sports – please check your policy.
Proof of your insurance MUST be presented at registration otherwise you will not be allowed to ride.
You will also need a copy of this insurance, along with photo ID, in your track bag at the circuit.
As with our UK trackdays, most trips include photography and tyre changing and in most case rider instruction.
Usually bike drop is on the weekend before your experience, lots of providers will have various collections at different locations more suited to your location at an extra charge.
You will load your bike into its stillage, unless with Focused Event who will load your bike and kit for you on to their transport
You will only be allowed a limited amount of kit. Typically as well as your bike, the stillage can accommodate a spare set of wheels/tyres, kit bag and a small tool box.