At 4GMoto, we understand that trackdays can sometimes be as daunting an experience as they are an exciting one. Worry not. We've been doing this for many years and we're committed to making sure you have the best possible day at the track. Here's a few pointers on how your day will go.
Our welcome service is located in the 4GMoto box and registrations starts from 7:30 onwards. At registration, you will be given your credentials for track access and assigned a group, unless one was pre-assigned during the booking process. You will also have to complete and sign a waiver before being allowed on track.
Your bike will be subject to a visual check before being allowed ontrack. This is a common sense look over to ensure the basics are OK: tyres, chain, suspension, general state of the bike. The idea is as much that you are not a danger to others as to ensure that others aren't a danger to you. Bits falling off a bike during a trackday do noone any good... Depending on the track, you may also be called upon to do a noise check. Please remember that if you are bringing your own bike, it is your responsibility to ensure it passes these various tests. If it doesn't, you will not be refunded your trackday. So if in doubt, why not rent one of our bikes?
4GMoto trackdays are run in groups, from beginners to advanced. If you are unsure about your level, start off in beginners and go on from there. Groups are evaluated on an ongoing basis throughout the day using our timing system to ensure that they always maintain a coherent level where everyone is comfortable riding in their designated group. Each group gets 6 sessions per day, 3 in the morning and 3 in the afternoon. Session length varies from 15 to 20 minutes depending on the circuit.
4G's professional instructors are on hand to help anyone with advice, but if you really want to make headway, you should book yourself into one of our tuition sessions where advanced video-based training will see you make progress at a rate you will not believe.
Not everyone comes to our trackdays to ride. Some are just there to tag along, others to help out. Next to registration, in the 4GMoto box, you'll find a professional barista-level coffee machine, water dispensers, biscuits and a very friendly atmosphere. And if you don't ride but you'd still like to be involved, why not try the thrill of a pillion ride on a Ducati superbike behind one of our professional riders?