If you missed part 1, here it is

Poznan_newbiesWe where all track day beginners when we arrived, amongst us I was the veteran with just one previous track day, so obviously we all had heaps of stuff to learn. I guess we all felt at one time or another that as total newbie’s we where left a little alone to do our own experiences. We discussed it with the course leader, and she arranged for the instructors to give us some theory and concentrated guiding around the track. She later informed us that they had already made plans to handle newbie’s better on the next course.

When that is said there’s nothing but positive things to say about the course. All the people was very nice, and very helpful, you never saw a frowning face. Except for the instructors of course, they always keep the cool attitude don’t they? I would too if I could go round the track, at insane speeds, and still look behind my back to see if the participants where still there. But behind the cool attitude the instructors was also very nice and helpful.

Poznan_raindayAfter two full track days in a row with the sun shining and loads of fun on and off the track, you would be some what of a deadbeat not to have had a good time. So when we had a bit of rain on the last day (which was only half a day anyway) we where happy with the few passes we got that day.

All in all it was an amazing experience and we are definitely coming back, if not again this year, then next year.

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