A typical rider in the novice group will have little or no experience on circuit. All riders should start in this group - even experienced road riders. Rider etiquette is really important for us. Everyone looks after each other and there is nothing to prove. For most in this group it will be their first venture on to the race track. Instructors are always on hand to help and it is a friendly environment - remember you are there to enjoy yourself!
Please have a good read through the FAQ section and call us if you are unsure. We also have a dedicated Novice section.
For riders familiar with the circuit that have done some track days before. Typically the Intermediate group has the broadest spectrum of circuit experience within it and as a result is usually the first group to be fully booked. We recommend that if you are towards the 'front' of the Intermediate group you will be better off moving up to advanced. You will learn more and have less riders in your way. You may want to consider our track academy for an intensive all-day course.
For experienced circuit riders, competent with higher track speeds and familiar with circuit. In this group you will find the track day regulars and racers. Riders will have completed numerous events. Race licence holders are welcome. The overtaking rules are just the same as the other groups. The average 'pace' of the advanced group will be more even than the other groups allowing riders to really concentrate on their technique.
If you are getting towards the front half of this group then it is time to start thinking about going racing! You can get your race licence with us.