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Motorcycle Training Course
Race training at the Hockenheim ring

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Hockenheim - music to the ears of hobby racers.

Pricing

per rider €529.00 $559.86 ?
Pit area motorcycle €70.00 $74.08 ?
Catering €89.00 $94.19 ?
Catering for accompanying person Training €89.00 $94.19 ?
Individual training 2 days (Surcharge) €1,695.00 $1,793.88 ?

Included

Exclusively rented track (GP course)
on-site support
Track safety
Emergency doctor and ambulance service
Mineral water/coffee and fruit for all participants (while stocks last)
Not included
Everything that is not listed under services
Catering (optional)
Gasoline
Box rental (optional)
Overnight stay
Arrival

More details

Fill her up: There is a petrol station in the paddock where you can pay by EC card. Several public filling stations are located in Hockenheim not far from the race track (approx. 2 km).
Overnight stay: Overnight stay can be in the paddock. Sanitary facilities are available. The places in front of the boxes are to be kept free for participants who want to rent a box. Accommodation is available in the vicinity of the Hockenheim route.
Protective clothing for the participants: full-face helmet (ECE standard), leather suit with back protector, motorcycle gloves and boots are mandatory. It is not allowed to participate in a textile suit and with laced boots.
Schedule: The exact schedule will be sent to all participants by email about two weeks before the event.
Registration, technique check & prerequisite: The registration and technique check will take place in the evening of the previous day and with sufficient time in the morning before the event starts. The motorcycle must be in a technically perfect condition. To participate in the training, the number plate and mirrors should be removed. We recommend that you tape off anything made of glass or plastic.
The noise limit is 98 dB(A) riding noise. The measuring point is located after the start-finish in the so-called north curve. The driving noise is strictly controlled and the house rules of the track operator apply. All exhaust systems must be equipped with dB-Killer!
It is urgent to ensure that noise regulations are observed.
Our coaches: Motorcycle racing fans do not have to explain these names for long. Arne Tode (two-time IDM Supersport Champion), Christian Kellner (Ex-Supersport World Championship), Pascal Eckhardt (Ex-Supersport IDM, Long Distance World Championship) and Marketa Janakova (Ex-IDM-SSP 600 and GP 125) All four of them not only bring an endless amount of experience from professional racing, but can also pass this knowledge on to ordinary hobby racers. We have been working together with you for years and are constantly receiving enthusiastic feedback from our participants. That speaks for our coaches. This crew is hard to top - we are quite immodest in that respect.
Language: This offer is usually suitable for English and/or German speaking participants. Please enquire for language options.
Mobility: The offer is not suitable for people with reduced mobility. Please contact us for more information.

Description

This two-day event will be raced in several performance groups with a minimum of 5 20-minute turns per day on the GP course. During the lunch break of the first day, the lap times are checked and, if necessary, participants are reallocated to create a higher homogeneity in the groups.

1:1 Coaching

Individual coaching including video analysis, tyre wear instructor and pit area for 2 days: 1,695 Euro in addition to the participant price.

What does 1:1 coaching mean?

The ex-professional racing rider is available exclusively for you for two complete training days. He will ride every turn of your extra booked training day (up to 6 x 20 minutes per day) with you, film you and analyse your riding style, your mistakes, your potential and give you valuable and immediately applicable tips during the breaks.

The goal: better lap times, safer riding style, more riding fun. In addition, a pit stop and lunch with the

lunch with the coach included.