Moto GP Racer
Join Date: Oct 2006
Location: Boca Raton, Florida
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Like mentioned already, don't ever be worried about being slow when going to the track! EVER!
We've had people come to the track with a WIDE range of things and riding at a wide range of skill levels.
For example, we've had a girl at the track that was her first time ever riding a bike (that admittingly was a little tough... She should have learned how to shift first...)
We've had a 67 YO man come out once on his 883 sportster doing his first trackday. He had a BLAST! Said he couldn't believe he didn't try it earlier in life! Since then he's bought and F4 and been back twice.
We've had people who wouldn't go faster than 40mph, the entire time!
You should NEVER worry about being too slow!
And what you learn at the track will be FAR different than what you would or have learned at an MSF course. Really no comparison. We have 2 different sets of goals.