Short Course on Racing – Getting to Square 1
Tips to Guide You on Your First Motor Race
Your first motorcycle race might be an intimidating one when getting ready for it. You may be asking if you will get a crash or make other racers get mad at you. 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. It is also very necessary to prepare both yourself and your car. Below are tips that you can follow to achieve a successful race.
Identify Your Sport
The car or motorcycle that you will be using must be inspected properly to pave the way for a safe race ahead. The inspection makes sure that the motorcycle is functioning well and it has good breaks, battery and no gas leakage. If you are using your car, let it be empty and ready for the race. Be sure of the safety rules concerning the race you are engaging in and pump your tires before inspection.
Get Well Organized
Pay for emergency gas and food and also carry the entry fee. Remember most of the venues do not have card machines, so it is advisable to carry cash to the event. Arrange for enough gas to take you to and from the event. Get ready with your car repair manual as it will help in case the car need to be repaired. Carry with you spare tools and wheels and you will get them out of the boot as you start the race.
Buy Light Protective Wear
Purchase light racing suit, helmet, shoes, and jacket before you start racing. You can get information on what is needed for protection at motor sport safety foundation. They will give you information on where to get the protection wear at how much.
Get Familiar With The Rules Before 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 prevent the embarrassment, go for car or motorcycle inspection and read the safety rules properly. If you will have a question, it is advisable to ask the organizers.
Get Your Journey Well Organized
If this will be your first chance to use the road, check the map properly. Get the route map printed and plan well about the route to take. Never use a smart phone as it might land you in technology failures.
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