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How to Prepare for a TRACKDAY - USEFUL GUIDE

How to Prepare for a TRACKDAY - USEFUL GUIDE


Hi All, thought we would write another one for those looking for help preparing for a track day .

We cover lots of points in the our blog post. How to Prepare for a TRACKDAY - USEFUL GUIDE

Tyres, brakes, warning lights and more.






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Good note to remember there dont put handbrake on after coming into pits or you might weld pads to the disc


Dont think you will mind many track day people here other Than me and few others which is a shame. Think for a novice I would advise setting tyres 2psi below manufacturers and see how car handles.

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Good point on the handbrake, now added !
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Good note to remember there dont put handbrake on after coming into pits or you might weld pads to the disc


Dont think you will mind many track day people here other Than me and few others which is a shame. Think for a novice I would advise setting tyres 2psi below manufacturers and see how car handles.
Good point and handbrake, now added..
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