Typical school day

The amount of material covered is equivalent to about a 4 credit hour and 14 week college course.  Some of the topics covered are,

  • Basic race lines
  • Alternative & advanced race lines
  • Proper overall gearing
  • Proper shifting techniques
  • How to prevent "False Naturals"
  • How not to crash from a False Natural
  • Selecting the proper gear for the turns
  • Throttle control
  • Proper and effective body position and the true science behind it
  • Increasing entry speed
  • What to look for and why to walk the track
  • Proper steering techniques (hint not "counter steering")
  • Crash avoidance
  • Handlebar feedback and how to interpret it
  • Analyzing your cornering
  • Aggressive braking
  • Trail braking
  • Visual reference points, how and why to use them
  • All the racing protocols the race sanctioning bodies want you to know

Typical school day,

  • check-in at 07:00AM
  • 07:15AM tech inspection
  • 08:00AM first meeting with instructors and students on hot pit road
  • 08:15AM first live track session
  • refreshments and snacks provided in classroom
  • pens and paper provided
  • "Introduction to Motorcycle Roadracing" provided
  • "Mock" race at end of day