From our Race Instructors: Huey, Scott, Les and Ricky The N2 Race School introduces seasoned track day riders to the club racing experience, creating a more prepared, confident, and safer racer. We will focus on the intricacies of preparing for the race weekend, what to expect in the pits, what to expect on the track, discussions about scenarios the racer may face, and many other lessons that most racers are forced to gain from experience alone. The format of the school is a "Weekend in the Life of a Racer" scenario: Following a new racer preparing to head to the track, through the weekend and back home presents the required material, racing skills, and helpful hints in a way each student can easily understand. Catering to those with on-track experience, we don't concentrate heavily on riding skills but do highlight differences between racing and riding at a track day and also teach skills that aren't used at track days such as "starts". Attending the school, you will continue to ride sessions in the Intermediate group where you will be given objectives to focus on each session while riding at a pace that allows you to concentrate on learning. At the end of the course, there will be a 5 lap mock race with all the calls, grids, flags and procedures of a real race! Note: If you are in the Novice group, please contact N2 Support about eligibility. Summary: Four classroom sessions totaling 2.5 hours of instruction Three on-track sessions in the Intermediate group (morning) A mock race! (held immediately after lunch) Graduation Continue riding your afternoon sessions in your normal riding group. Drinks and snacks will be provided in the classroom. First classroom session starts at 8:00AM. Please have your bike teched prior to class and come in your leathers. You will not be required to attend the N2 riders meeting (we will have our own briefing prior to sending you out on the track).