Track days usually have all three, even when you only sign up for one thing lol. This is why the track is so awesome. The instruction is usually free, and the price of the track day alone is basically paying for fun that would cost you more on the street in terms of a ticket.Nice! Have fun. Practicing, instruction, or just having fun?
And another being built up in the Dallas area.. We are very blessed indeed.oh man it was sooooo much fun.. I thought the tuono was fun but man the r3 was a blast. I feel like i learned so much more in on this bike just in one day.. Learning to always be in correct gear, carring corner speed, getting on throttle as early as possible.. Such a cool fealling to be able to pin the throttle pretty much everywhere and the bike just does whatever u want it too.. the s20s felt awesome,. cant wait till next trackday.. yea in south tx we got cota, houston, college station, and two in dallas
I hope thats the case, but until Im there, unloading....there is no trackI think it's more than talk. My understanding is the funding is already there and they've broken ground already. That could be mistaken, but what I've heard.
And the memberships are only part of it, just like the garages and stuff. Their goal is to have kind of a social atmosphere for many of the locals, but they will also have regular track days. Think of it kind of like how Harris Hill operates just a bigger, new track.
TWS on a R3 will be really scary for me down the front straight....liter bikes go in excess of 170mph. The speed differential is so high that any small miscalculation could lead to disaster. I'd rather take my R6 to TWS than my R3 (if I still lived in TX, haha).for those with experience at texas tracks other than cota, how would u rank them?