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Ricoh Taupo Motorsport Park and Playday on Track

Ricoh Taupo Motorsport Park and Playday on Track – Next Track Day

Track Day (Enter on the day, cash only, & be there by 8.30am)
A1 GP Track
SUNDAY 9 DECEMBER

Normal Groups $125
Prestige Group Max 10 cars, no slicks, no race cars. $225 (For expensive/exotic cars)
Driver Training Group $160

A hospitality suite will be open for viewing.
The Training Group is an ideal way to do your first track day or just improve you driving skills. It starts with a briefing then laps on the track behind the instructor who will show you the lines. This is single file, no passing, helmets not required. As the day progresses & you learn more the speeds will increase.
In the afternoon you will have
the choice to go to unrestricted speeds & the instructor will spend time in your car with you. You will need a Helmet & overalls (100% Cotton or Race overalls) if you want to do this part of the day. (In the past everyone has wanted to move to unrestricted speed).

Nicola Elliott | Office Manager

Don't forget our summer test days are only $125!! The first and third Wednesdays of every month.

RICOH TAUPO MOTORSPORT PARK

www.tauporacetrack.co.nz

ENDS

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