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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Why should I choose Raser Motorsports?

Raser Motorsports is a company that offers track day experiences for individuals who are interested in driving on a racetrack. We pride ourselves in organizing safe and non-crowded track days.

Benefits of choosing a Raser Motorsports include:

  1. Safety: Our staff and instructors have many years of experience in organizing track events can help ensure that you have a safe and enjoyable experience on the track.

  2. Track Experience: We have a hard cap on the number of participants for every track day to ensure that all the participants have enough space to explore their potential in a controlled environment.

  3. Learning experience: With the help of experienced instructors, you can improve your driving skills and learn advanced techniques for driving on a racetrack.

What type of cars attend your track days?

We have a wide variety of cars that attend our track days ranging from popular sports cars to fully track prepared vehicles.

Do I need to wear a helmet?

All of our track days now require a helmet for both the driver and in car passenger(s).

What do I need to bring on a track day?

Below are some items that you should consider bringing with you to ensure that you have a safe and enjoyable experience. Here are some essential items to consider:

  1. Safety equipment: You'll likely need to bring your own safety equipment, including a helmet, gloves (recommended), and shoes suitable for driving. 

  2. Clothing: Wear comfortable clothing that allows you to move easily and won't restrict your movement while driving. You may also want to bring a change of clothes in case you get sweaty or wet.

  3. Snacks and water: While Raser Motorsports provide light refreshments, we still recommend participants to bring water and snacks to keep yourself fueled and hydrated throughout the day.

  4. Tools and spare parts: If you're bringing your own car to the track, it's a good idea to bring basic tools and spare parts in case you need to make repairs or adjustments.

  5. Sunscreen and sunglasses: You'll likely be spending a lot of time outdoors, so bring sunscreen and sunglasses to protect your skin and eyes from the sun.

  6. Cash or credit card: Bring some cash or a credit card for any additional expenses, such as food and/or gas.

Is my car good enough to be on the track?

To determine if your car is suitable for a track day event, there are several factors to consider:

  1. Condition: Your car should be in good condition with no mechanical issues or fluid leaks. Before participating in a track day event, it's a good idea to have your car inspected by a mechanic to ensure that it's safe to drive on the track.

  2. Performance: Your car should be able to handle high speeds and tight turns. Sports cars and performance vehicles are typically the most suitable for track day events due to their high-performance capabilities.

  3. Tires and brakes: Your car's tires and brakes should be in good condition and able to handle the stress of driving on the track. High-performance tires and brakes are recommended for track day events.

I have never been on the track before, how do I start?

Participating in your first track day event can be an exciting and challenging experience. Here are some tips to help you prepare:

  1. Prepare your car: Ensure that your car is in good condition and meets all the safety requirements for the event. Check your tires, brakes, fluids, and other critical components to ensure that everything is in good working order.

  2. Learn the basics: It's a good idea to familiarize yourself with the basics of high-performance driving, such as proper seating position, hand position, and braking technique. You can find many online resources, books, and videos on high-performance driving techniques.

  3. Request for an instructor: We highly recommend working with one of our instructors to learn the basics of high-performance driving and gain valuable experience.

  4. Get plenty of rest and stay hydrated: Track days can be physically and mentally demanding, so it's important to get plenty of rest before the event and stay hydrated throughout the day.

  5. Take it slow: Remember that this is your first track day, and it's essential to take it slow and focus on learning the basics of high-performance driving. Don't worry about setting lap records or competing with other drivers. Instead, focus on improving your driving skills and having fun.

Overall, the key to preparing for your first track day is to focus on learning the basics of high-performance driving. With practice and experience, you can gradually increase your speed and become a more confident and skilled driver on the track.

What happens during a mechanical break down?

If your car experiences a mechanical breakdown during a track day event, the specific protocol will depend on the event and the nature of the breakdown. It is important to pay attention to the specific protocols during the drivers safety meeting. Here are some general steps that may be taken:

  1. Pull off the track: If you experience a mechanical issue during a session, the first thing you should do is pull off the track as soon as it is safe to do so. This will help prevent any further damage to your car and ensure the safety of other drivers on the track. Do not exit the vehicle unless the vehicle is one fire.

  2. Once you have pulled off the track, track officials may send a safety vehicle assess your situation.

  3. Inspect the car: Once your car has been removed from the track, you should inspect it to determine the cause of the breakdown. If the issue is minor, you may be able to make repairs on-site.

  4. Decide whether to continue: Depending on the severity of the issue, you may need to decide whether to continue participating in the event. If the issue is minor and can be quickly repaired, you may be able to return to the track. However, if the issue is more severe or poses a safety risk, you may need to withdraw from the event.

  5. Plan for future repairs: If you're unable to continue with the event, you'll need to plan for future repairs. This may involve finding a local mechanic or auto shop to repair your car, or arranging for it to be towed back to your home or dealership.

Ultimately, the specific protocol for handling a mechanical breakdown during a track day event may vary depending on the nature of the breakdown. It's important to follow the instructions of the track officials and prioritize safety at all times.

May I take a passenger with me?

Yes you may take passengers with you; your passengers will be required to wear a helmet.

Can I do half a day?

We do not offer partial event registrations at the moment.

Could I cancel or change dates once I have registered for the track day?

We would like to remind you that once you have registered for the event, it is not possible to change the dates or cancel. This policy is in place to ensure that we can provide the best possible experience for all participants and plan accordingly for the event.

We understand that unforeseen circumstances can arise, and we encourage you to contact us if you have any questions or concerns. However, please note that we are unable to accommodate requests to change dates or cancel registrations.

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