Practical and Helpful Tips: Racing
Tips to Guide You on Your First Motor Race
If it is your first time racing either motorcycle or drag strip, sometimes it is a frightening experience. The question is will you make other racers mad or crash with others? As a beginner, these questions must came across your mind. As a competitor, you must start from somewhere and it is important if you can get a car of your choice. Make sure that you get prepared both yourself and the car. Here are some steps to follow to make your race a success.
Identify Your Game
Take the motorcycle that you will be using for inspection and make sure that it is safe for 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. Pump your tires before they are inspected and know the safety rules that go along with the race you are competing.
Get Well Organized
Pay the required entry fee and other necessities like emergency gas and food. 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. You can also get prepared with your car repair manual incase the car get faulty. You can also carry spare tire and other tools that you may need, but you will have to remove them from the boot before the race starts.
Have Light Protective Clothes
It is important for you to have a protective helmet, jacket, racing wear, and shoes when racing. You can get information on what is needed for protection at motor sport safety foundation. They will help you know where you can buy and how much you need to save to get them
Know The Safety Rules Before Racing
Read the safety rules even if you have raced before. For example, if you go to the race with a vehicle that is not inspected, you will not be allowed to 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 Well Organized For the Journey
If it is the first time, go through the map properly. Print the map and organize yourself well about the route to take. Never relay on a smart phone because technology might fail you.