Wurn Posted March 22, 2009 Report Share Posted March 22, 2009 Ok so most of you will probably have seen by now that i am going to do a Track school day in the near future. BUT, how will i know what they teach me is worth anything? I mean I am not convinced if someone says the are a racer that gives them the skill and ability to teach someone else. I dont know about US, England, Australia or any other country, but over here people will take you for a ride (excuse the pun) just to make money out of you. Ive been to a Track school day to observe and ask question on what they teach and how they do it. Honestly i was not convinced at all. The instructor i spoke to was a nice guy and very approachable and answer all my questions. But still i dont know if i asked the correct questions. What should i ask, and what should their answers be? One thing i note was, when the medium class riders were out it just seemed nobody told them what their body positioning in corners should be. From what i have read and seen from instructional videos from MCN's Michael Neeves, these guys were doing it wrong. Its made me worry abit. Its not that expensive to do a Track day, that does not bother me that much, its the fact that i might get given the wrong information which will hamper my riding ability. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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