Motorcycle events in 2024
Start of bookings:
The dates for 2024 have been set. As soon as all race tracks have fixed their prices, bookings can start.
Everything should be clear by the beginning of October at the latest. We expect average price increases of around 10 percent.
There are many reasons that can prevent drivers from participating in an event.
The number of drivers affected is constantly increasing, so we recommend to take cancellation insurance.
We can name two insurance companies that offer such insurance.
Race tracks in 2024:
Race tracks and the program remain unchanged.
Our event calendar includes the Brno Circuit, the Hungaroring, the Slovakia Ring, Most, the Pannonia Ring and Misano.
Motorcycle event program:
1st day of the event: free practice in 4 groups, group changes every 20 minutes (per day approx. 165 minutes per group)
2nd day of the event: free practice (as above), 2 races (each race is evaluated in the SBK and SSP classes)
Qualification for the race the day before the race!
Please note that there are no races in July!
Secure your starting place:
Since the 2024 event program is more or less a copy of the current program, we expect drivers to be as interested as in the previous season when all events were fully booked.
We recommend booking quickly as soon as possible.
List of events in 2024
Evening before the event: 19.00 - 21.00 hours
1st day of the event: 7.00 - 19.00 hours
2nd day of the event 8.00 - 18.00 hours
Riding a motorcycle on the race track involves risks that people tend to ignore, but that doesn't change the fact that these risks still remain. The short technical check is intended to help riders identify obvious technical defects on their motorcycles before the event begins and have them repaired. This short technical chek increases the safety of all drivers. Our accident record confirms the usefulness of this customer service.
Grouping of drivers:
To get an event running smoothly good group division is required. Since 2018 we have been archiving all lap times driven at our events. This means we have a very extensive amount of data, which makes it easier to divide the drivers into the four groups. Regrouping based on the lap times driven on the respective event day ultimately leads to an optimal group division.
This ensures the best driving experience and the highest level of safety.
Tire service and spare parts:
There is a tire service on site at all events.
Common wear parts such as brake pads are also available locally.
Our events are particularly characterized by free practice which is carried out in four groups. This way each and every driver can find his perfect training environment.
Anyone who has already taken part in a few track days might feel to compete with other drivers. There are two races for this, which are held on the 2nd day of each event. Fairness and a cool head are required when the adrenaline is at its peak!
The two races start with different procedures. The experienced race participants start in the Racing Class with the standing start. The Rookie Class starts with the rolling start.
The qualification for the race and the division of the drivers into racing and rookie classes takes place the day before the race.
The qualifying time is the fastest lap time set by each driver the day before the race.
Long story short: qualification on the 1st day of the event, race on the 2nd day of the event.
In order to be able to optimize the group division based on the lap times driven on the respective event day, it is necessary that each driver uses a transponder. The costs for the transponder rental and the timing are not included in the entry fee and amount to € 20 per event day.
The lap times driven can be tracked on site via a monitor. There is also an app that every driver can use to view their lap times. Since 2018, each driver's lap times have been stored in a personal lap time archive (accessed via login and password).
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