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**Track Rental**
Track Day Pricing
Saturdays or Sundays $170 per day per Rider, if you signup the day of the event.
If you pre-register before the event the cost will be $150 << Pre-Pay and Signup >>
Pre-registration will CLOSE at 12:00 Noon on the Friday before a track day weekend. You will have to pay $170 at the track if you don't pre-register by that Friday.
Track Days are Rain or Shine - No Refunds or Transfers
Mondays $120 per Rider
$10.00 Per Per Person GATE FEE
The $10.00 Gate Fee is for Jenningsgp Track Days. Please note that if you are attending an event that is being hosted by another party, such as WERA, CCS, or others, additional charges may apply that are set by the event holder.

Book all three days (Sat/Sun/Mon) for $400 per Rider
Please pre book to avoid disappointment
Block booking discounts & club membership also available.
Package Deal - $1325. - Any 10 Track Days
Non-transferable.

It's a great place to ride and I'll be taking mine up in the spring - I need to do a service and put on the plastic fairings and a few other things and just go have fun.
 

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I've got a few question that are gonna show I'm a true squid, but Idc because like Popeye always said "I ams what I ams." Lol.

First off, sweet video!

Why do your rpms spike every time you up shift?

Do they have classroom time at them or just all track time? How much time do you usually get on track?

I've only ever street ridden. What all do I have to do to my bike to hit the track?

Are there motels close, or am I best to plan on staying there?

Food?

Thanks everyone for all the info. I love my rc, and all the knowledge I'm learnin from the forum is awesome!
 

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I've got a few question that are gonna show I'm a true squid, but Idc because like Popeye always said "I ams what I ams." Lol.

First off, sweet video!

Why do your rpms spike every time you up shift?

Do they have classroom time at them or just all track time? How much time do you usually get on track?

I've only ever street ridden. What all do I have to do to my bike to hit the track?

Are there motels close, or am I best to plan on staying there?

Food?

Thanks everyone for all the info. I love my rc, and all the knowledge I'm learnin from the forum is awesome!
If you follow the link for the site in my first post all your questions will be answered. But I'll address the most important one - No your riding level doesn't matter they have track prep / riding classes that will help the rawest of beginers - great staff and they just want everyone to enjoy the fun of riding on a track. The video with the spike was a friend of mine that was running out of clutch after a weekend of practice runs LOL...

Yes I agree this forum is absolutely great with all the help and information by the senior members... Amazingly enough no trolls and when they do pop up the admins flesh them out quickly!
 

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Jennings is a blast!! Would recommend it to anyone. Once you get some days under your belt, make you go for a race school event... it's fantastic.
 
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