Just poking in to say HI and let everyone know I'm happy to answer any questions regarding our trackdays. (or pretty much track riding in general)
I can still remember feeling like I wanted to throw up just before putting my helmet on to head out for my first lap. (back then, we didn't have trackdays so I was in a school that prepared you to start racing)
Anyway, by the 3rd lap or so, the feeling had changed from sickness to "this rocks"
Because I so clearly remember how scary it can be for first timers, we have continued to refine our "first timers" program to ensure you have fun and feel safe.
There are two women riders that immediately come to mind when I think of "nervous first timers" .
We've been doing this for over 12 years now, and with these particular riders, I was really worried that we just might not succeed in showing them the joy of riding the track.
After some special attention, however, I'm happy to report that both riders are planning to sign up with us for every trackday we have this year that fits into their schedule.
Bottom line is that nothing should keep you from enjoying the track environment. There are lots of trackday org's out there now for every part of the country. Keep in mind that they don't all cater to the same type of rider, so do your homework - and find the one (or couple) that fits you best.
And if you have an excuse... read this list of common ones and see if yours is on it. EXCUSES