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Wakefield Park -TRACKVEMBER 2018
November 15, 2018$199
CDDC and CMC present the 2018 Ride Day at Wakefield Park Raceway on Thursday 15th November
Tickets $169.00 per rider + $30.. M.A Licence – Available from CMC
Expressions of interest required to reserve a place NLT 15 Jul 18
Payment required to secure place NLT 15 Oct 18
Canberra District Ducati Club and Canberra Motorcycle Centre invites you to TrackVember 2018. CMC have hired Wakefield Park for a private track day, catering to all levels of experience.
Riders: On the day we will be running four groups: Race, Fast, Fast/ Medium, Medium/ Slow. If you would like to be in the same group as a friend, please purchase tickets together at the same time. Novice riders in the Medium/ Slow group will start with a guided lap and have the opportunity to learn from our experienced track rider from Canberra Motorcycle Centre. All riders are required to wear the appropriate riding gear, as to the standards listed below
Tickets: Tickets are $169 and can be bought in-store or over the phone. You will also need a MA Day license (unless you have a MA license) which is $30 and available to purchase on the day. Once you have registered details and purchased your TrackVember ticket, your info pack will be emailed to you with your garage allocation.
Where: Wakefield Park is situated in Goulburn NSW, just under an hour from Canberra. Riders are asked to sign on at the circuit between 7:30am and 8:30am. Riders briefing will be conducted at 8:40am at the base of the control tower.
On the day: Our sponsors will be hosting trade displays on the day, with accessories on show. We recommend bringing along a camp/deck chair and plenty of snacks and drinks for the day. The canteen will be open.
Safety: All safety measurements will be taken and an Ambulance will be on stand-by in the case of an emergency. All motorcycles and riding gear will be scrutineered before being allowed on the track. Please ensure that your motorcycle and gear are up to the standards listed below.
Tyres in good condition and have minimum of 2mm of tread above wear indicator including the centre of tyre. Slick tyres are allowed if weather permits. Front and rear brakes to operate as per standards and to have minimum thickness rotors and brake pads have minimum amount of material. Brake lines are secured correctly and not weep or leak fluid. Fairings are to be secured correctly, Fork seals must not show any signs of leaking or weeping fluid. Exhaust to be secured correctly and have no sharp edges exposed, Throttle must snap back to position when released . No oil/coolant or fuel leaks. Recommended that coolant is drained and replace with water with a corrosion inhibitor. All gear racks/packs must be removed. All mirrors must be removed. Chain guard installed as per manufacturers specification/standard
Riding Gear Requirements: Full-face helmet at minimum of Australian standards AS1698 or European standard and visor must be correctly secured. Leather jacket and pants that zip together securely (textile and kevlar are not allowed). Leather motorcycle boots that meet half way up to knee must overlap pants or under pants so that skin is completely covered – Leather motorcycle gloves that overlap jacket sleeves to completely cover skin. We recommended a back protector but is not mandatory