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6 Comments to “Beginners guide to track days”

  1. jamie kinahan says : Reply

    Hello im new to track days and was wondering does the car have to drive in or can you bring it in on a trailer if the cars not nct,d or has no insurance so what im saying am i allowed to bring the car on a trailer thank you.

    1. mm rob king says : Reply

      Yes absolutely, a lot of the cars at our track days are brought on a trailer.

  2. Shane says : Reply

    Hi I’m looking to buy a Formula Sheane could I drive this on track days .

    1. mm rob king says : Reply

      Unfortunately not at the moment, although we are looking into the possibility of running and open wheel/single seater track day in the future. Mondello test days prior to a race meeting are your main option at the moment

  3. ciarandnn says : Reply

    Howye lads. I’ve a Mercedes c180 strictly for track use. I was wondering is it still suitable for mondello track days if I have removed rear seats and stuff for weight reduction? Cheers, Ciaran.

    1. mm rob king says : Reply

      Yes absolutely! The lighter the better

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