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I have never done a track day before and I don't know the first thing about getting involved in it. I live in Palm Beach County and Moroso Motorsports park is fairly close to me. Does anyone have any advice or information that could help me get onto a track?

Here are my current resources:
Moroso Track
Boots, gloves, helmet, and a two piece leather suit that zips together
2006 R6
 

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Duck tape and take off your license plate, and check to see if you will have to drain the coolant out and run just water.
 

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I'd do a school first. Ed bargy does one at jennings gp and Frank kinsey does one at Roebling road that is farely cheap. They will work on all kinds of things with you and set parameters to keep you under control and on your rubber. Plus they will work on your body position and give you ideas of what you will need for your first day. That's the best way to start Bud. Got any other questions pm me.
 

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http://floridasportbikers.com/index.php

$125 for a trackday, very limited amount of people, if its your first time, they will provide you with some classroom time also in between your sessions...several of us on here do thier trackdays, they are also doing one in conjunction with the r1/r6 forums for the Elvis memorial track event in Feb
 

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Aron213 said:
http://floridasportbikers.com/index.php

$125 for a trackday, very limited amount of people, if its your first time, they will provide you with some classroom time also in between your sessions...several of us on here do thier trackdays, they are also doing one in conjunction with the r1/r6 forums for the Elvis memorial track event in Feb

Who are you??? lol


www.floridasportbikers.com


If you do a track day with BATD it's a private event that Florida Sport Bikers hold. Classroom time for novice riders and control riders to help with your lines (and some very very very good riders out there teaching the novice riders).

Without the control riders I wouldn't of been able to hold a consistent 1:36 lap time at Jennings for my very first track day and I'm not used to turns at all....
 

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check out a track org like nesba.com or sbtt.... and read all you can here ...http://www.apexjunkie.com great site.. for all the questions you might have ......made by one of the control riders from the nesba mid west group enjoy
 
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