AMA Supersport Racer
Join Date: Nov 2007
Location: 18 miles from the Gap
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Feedback Score: 4 reviews
I've ridden with both STT and NESBA, although not recently with NESBA. STT has a better program, I believe, for newbie riders. Rider meeting is at 8:20 in the morning and then you go to the classroom until about 10 minutes before your session starts. After you come in from the first session, you go back to the classroom. If I remember correctly, you do either three or four classroom session and then you go out for the last 3 or 4 sessions of the day without the classroom sessions inbetween your track sessions. Make sure to ask any of the track coaches for help........they cannot read your mind and know that you have questions. Every single one of them that I've had any contact with are more than happy to help a person out, both on the track and off. My wife and I usually do between 8 and 9 trackdays a year, with STT in the southern area, which includes Tally, Nashville, Barber, Road Atlanta, Jennings, Roebling, and CMP. You are actually in a great part of the country for tracks. Don't ever sell Tally short, even though it is an older track and not as fancy as some of the others, it is a pretty technical track and if you can go fast at Tally, you will have become a pretty good rider.
Vern....STT Southern Region Instructor
If it ain't fast........It ain't fun!!
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