Next Track Day: Mondello Park. Sunday 16th December 2018
Why Choose Trackdays.ie?
We believe that a track day should be a memorable event, it should be an experience that goes beyond simply driving on track, it should be the ultimate driving experience for anyone with petrol flowing through their veins - and that's what we strive to achieve with every one of our events.
When & Where?
Our last Mondello track day of the year is on Sunday 16th December 2018 and will run on the Full International Circuit. We will be combining this event with a cars & Coffee style car meet and intent to round out the year in style!
On-track numbers will be limited so that we can operate an open pitlane. This means you can head out on track whenever you like, for as long as you like. There are no split sessions or groups. This makes for a very relaxed atmosphere and allows you to take things at your own pace throughout the day without any pressure.
We maintain a very high standard of driving and achieve this by having an extremely simple set of rules that are strictly enforced. Driving standards are monitored closely to ensure you can bring your car on track in confidence.
A full track day offers up to 6.5 hours of track time but it's highly unlikely you'll want to be on track for the entire time, so when you're not, Mondello Park's Grand Prix Suite is free for you to use and is our central hub for the day. From the Grand Prix Suite we serve complimentary refreshments throughout the day accompanied by plenty of cakes & snacks! We also provide complimentary lunch to anyone booked in for a full day. You can avail of free WiFi and check out our range of Trackdays.ie merchandise and trackday hardware & lubricants.
For beginners we provide familiarisation laps and Novice X stickers for your car to let the more experienced drivers know that you're new and to give you a bit of extra space on track. This simple system, borrowed from Motorsport works extremely well.
Pit garages are open and free for you to use (charged at €150 on race weekends!) To help keep the driving standards as high as possible we offer a range of tuition options, from a couple of laps, which we offer completely free of charge right through to a half or full days 1 to 1 driver coaching. We also have a professional photographer on hand for the day. You'll get all of this PLUS additional benefits, thanks to our partners for just €195.00!
How Much Does It Cost?
- Full day: €185.00 (booked in advance) - €200.00 on the day
- Half Day: €120 (booked in advance) - €135.00 on the day
- Single Session: €40.00
- Additional Driver: €30.00
No Car? No Problem!
At Trackdays.ie we have a fleet of track cars that are available to hire, complete with tuition. Our Arrive & Drive Packages include track car hire, helmet hire, fuel and tuition. All you need to do is turn up, have an awesome day and go home again! For more information check out our Arrive & Drive Page or get in touch via the contact form at the bottom of the page or call Rob on 086 6042184 or Stephen on 086 8170009 or simply book your Arrive & Drive package in our shop
- Sign on: 8.45am-9.15am
- Briefing: 9.30am
- Morning track session: 10.00am - 1.00pm
- Lunch: 1.00pm - 2.00pm
- Afternoon Sign on: 1.00pm - 1.30pm
- Afternoon Briefing: 1.45pm
- Afternoon track session: 2.00pm - 5.30pm
- Arrive & drive packages (Must be pre-booked. Visit the shop to book)
- Helmet hire
- Consumables Available: Mobil 1 Oil, Brake fluid, coolant etc
Half Day Driver Coaching€295.00 Inc Vat
Half Day Driver Coaching can be booked in advance and are great if you’re serious about improving your driving. The ideal time to book a half day tuition session is in the morning because you can then put everything you’ve learnt into practice in the afternoon session. Our instructors will have plenty of time to assess your driving and will be able to offer quite detailed advice
on all aspects of your track driving. For the most part our instructors will sit in the passenger seat while you drive. In certain circumstances it may be beneficial to your tuition for the instructor
to drive for a lap or two to illustrate certain aspects of track driving. This would be at the instructors discretion and only with the car owners permission.