Tips to Guide You on Your First Motor Race
Your first motorcycle race might be an intimidating one when getting ready for it. The question is will you make other racers mad or crash with others? These are some of the questions that as a beginner, they must cross your mind. As a beginner, start by selecting a car of your choice and the rest will follow. Make sure that you get prepared both yourself and the car. Here are some steps to follow to make your race a success.
Distinguish Your Sport
Make sure that you make the motorcycle inspected well before the start of the race. The inspection will help you know whether everything is intact. If you are using your car, let it be empty and ready for the race. Make sure you pump the tires and go through the safety rules before the inspection process.
Get Well Prepared
Get prepared by paying for food that you will consume in the event and entry fee also. Carry only cash to the event as there might be no cash machines. If you will be using your vehicle, let it have enough gas to take you home. For you to be on the safe side, it is important to carry your car’s repair manual. Carry with you spare tools and wheels and you will get them out of the boot as you start the race.
Have Light Protective Clothes
It is very necessary to have light protective suit, head gear, shoes among others prepared for the race. You can get information on what is needed for protection at motor sport safety foundation. They will assist you with information on the cost and where to buy the clothes.
Understand The Rules Before You Start The Race
No matter how many races you have attended, it is necessary to read them again. A good example is when you go to race with a vehicle that is not inspected; the organizers will stop you before you finish the race. To avoid disappointments, go for a vehicle inspection and also study the safety rules of the venue. For you to be on a safe side, ask the organizers any arising question you may be having.
Get Your Journey Well Organized
If it is the first time, go through the map properly. Get the route map printed and plan well about the route to take. Never relay on a smart phone because technology might fail you.