The registration/signing on point will be indicated by a tall orange flag labelled "Sign On". Your final instructions email will pin point its location. To sign on you will need to fill out a MotorSport Vision indemnity form which is available to download from the registration/indemnity section above. If you are unable to print one in advance, copies will be available at signing on. For track days you must produce your valid UK fully unrestricted motorcycle licence (photo card or old paper licence) or its overseas equivalent at the time of registration; please note that photocopies cannot be accepted. Participants under the age of 18 will require their parent or guardian to be present, and to countersign their indemnity form. On most events a race licence is also acceptable. During registration you will be issued with a wristband and vehicle sticker (to go on your screen or somewhere visible on the front if no screen). The colour of this sticker will indicate the group you are in. The group order will be confirmed in the briefing. During the day your group will be called by tannoy. Often the noise of engines and people can muffle the tannoy volume so keep half an eye on what’s on track. Please read our 'Rider requirements' section below if you are attending an ACU licence holder test day. Please see the requirements on the ACU assessment page if you are attending an ACU assessment event as the rider requirements differ to a regular track day or ACU test day.
All vehicles must be noise tested before taking part in any on track activity. The noise test area will be indicated by a tall orange flag labelled 'Noise Testing'. The noise limit for your event is indicated on the individual event page. Please see the Noise Limits section for further details.
After registration your day will start with the all-important safety briefing. This briefing is compulsory for all riders. The briefing place will be indicated by a tall orange flag labelled 'Briefing'. Should you arrive late, please report to a member of our team, where arrangements will be made for you to be individually briefed. After the briefing you will be issued with another wristband to confirm it has taken place. You will not be allowed access to the circuit without the relevant wristbands and vehicle sticker.
After the safety briefing the first group will be needed almost straight away to start sighting laps, so you ideally need to be ‘good to go’ prior to the briefing. All drivers must complete sighting laps prior to track activity and are an opportunity for you to familiarise yourself with the the circuit at a reduced pace.
Tyre support will usually be provided during 'General' trackdays and some 'Novice Only' events. The tyre service in attendance will be featured on the event page along with contact details. Please note that MSV Trackdays are not able to guarantee tyre support at every event.
Instruction can be booked in advance or on the day and your session time will be allocated on arrival. Our professional instructors can provide you with valuable advice about all aspects of circuit riding and how to get the best out of your bike. A session of 20 min instruction is available for £25 or for a full day of intensive instruction our Track Academy can be purchased in advance of your event.
Most events will have professional sports photographers taking high quality pictures of everyone out on track. Details will be given out in the morning drivers briefing. They can be purchased online after the event.