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Typical Track Day:

A typical track day at Spokane County Raceway has really yet to be finalized but we will be running track days similar to what you are used to in the past. Gates will open between 6:30 and 7:00 AM. Sign in and registration begins around 7:15 AM. Mandatory tech inspection begins at 7:30 and riders meeting at 8:15. The first session begins at 9:00 AM Sharp. The goal for the day is fun and improvement. No matter what level of experience you have we want you to enjoy your day, improve your skills, go home safe and your bike to be in the same shape you brought it. (I thought about saying "taking your bike home shiny but frankly I've seen many of your bikes and if you just take them home the way you brought them that will be good enough ;) )

Groups:

A Group – Advanced Group:
This group is intended for the rider that has advanced track experience and has proven themselves to be able to control the bike in a manner that is appropriate for this group.  Passing is allowed anywhere on the track in a safe and prudent manner. Additional bike preparation recommended: no ethylene glycol based coolant/anti freeze – only propylene glycol racing coolant, safety wire as appropriate
Minimum protective gear requirements:  Full leathers, riding boots, gloves, full-face helmet.

B Group – Intermediate Group:
This group is intended for the rider that has some track experience and has proven themselves to be safe and smooth enough to ride at a more excited pace.  Passing is allowed on any part of the track in a safe and prudent manner.
Minimum protective gear requirements:  Full leathers, riding boots, gloves, full-face helmet.

C Group – Street Group:
This group is intended for the rider that has never been on a track before; the group will have a limited top speed.  Passing is only allowed when the bike is straight up and down, no passing in corners.   Any passing must be done in a safe and prudent manner.
Minimum protective gear requirements: Full leathers, riding boots, gloves, full-face helmet.

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Spokane Track Day: staged on the grid

Flags:

Green Flag:
Displayed at pit out (start/finish). Track is open and active.

White Flag:
Displayed at pit out (start/finish). One more lap to the checkered flag. This is an advisory flag only.

Checkered Flag:
Displayed at pit out (start/finish). Your session is over. Continue at speed until about half way to pit in, then progressively start to slow down until you get to pit in. If you were to roll off too suddenly, you could get hit by someone behind you.

Yellow Flag:
Displayed at the problem corner and the one before.  Be extra cautious! Something has happened up ahead.  Back off a little, but don’t stop! Be prepared to change your line. You do not need to put a hand up on the yellow flag. No passing is allowed.

Red Flag:
Displayed at all stations. The session is over due to an unsafe situation. Slow down smoothly and bring your bike into the pits.

Black Flag:
The flag will be displayed and then pointed at you as you go by a corner worker and/or at start/finish.  The flag will be shown at both the corners and the start/finish if something is wrong with your bike. Get off the racing line and bring your bike into the next corner worker.  Your bike may be leaking oil, etc., so it is very important you stay away from the line where everybody will be. If the black flag is displayed only at the start/finish, it means it is a behavioral problem.  Please finish the lap and pull in to talk with the track marshal.

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Bike and Gear Requirements:

Bike:

All bikes must meet the following requirements:

Riding Gear:

Recommended:

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Track Day Check List

BIKE PREP:

Bike prep per Rules/Policy on web site.

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REMEMBER!
This is NOT a race day but a fun track day
Be ready to have fun and learn
Respect the track, the track workers and your fellow riders
Leave ego's at home :)

Most importantly HAVE FUN...

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