So you think you're ready for your first track day?
thanks for bringing this back up, this one my main concern regarding the HDPE courses
'19 Golf R

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My honest opinion (don't mean to scare people away). Shit happens.. People make mistakes, cars fail, whatever. If you can't live with not going home with your car then you're probably not ready for HPDE. Harsh, but I'd hate to see someone lose their means of transportation and be put in financial hell.
I Am Mike
4 wheels:  '01 RAV4 (Formerly '93 Civic CX, '01 S2000, '10 GTI, '09 A4 Avant)
2 wheels: '12 Surly Cross-Check Custom | '14 Trek Madone 2.1 105 | '17 Norco Threshold SL Force 1 | '17 Norco Revolver 9.2 FS | '18 BMC Roadmachine 02 Two | '19 Norco Search XR Steel (Formerly '97 Honda VFR750F, '05 Giant TCR 2, '15 WeThePeople Atlas 24, '10 Scott Scale 29er XT, '11 Cervelo R3 Rival, '12 Ridley X-Fire Red)

No longer onyachin.
Its not if, but when.

You will go off track. You will spin. You will lose your brakes. Its just how you handle it that makes the difference. Experience will teach you how to handle those situations and when to know when to back off.

RJ - who's been agricultural at least twice every event this year and has not hit anything
(09-25-2019, 03:18 PM)V1GiLaNtE Wrote: I think you need to see a mental health professional.

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