The underlying principles in running our training events is, first of
all, in staying safe while at the same time having a maximum of fun and
recreational value for our participants.
The schedule is initially dictated by the riding times permitted by the racetrack.
Approximately 10 days prior to the event the participants will receive the registration confirmation with a schedule attached. As well as the riding session times, the check-in, technical inspection times, etc. are listed.
The schedule may be delayed through interruptions due to crashes, etc.
In the case of delays the following will occur: if the session is not yet half over, it will resume. Is the session more than half over, the next group will start after the track has been declared clear. The final decision rests with the Race Control of each track.
Current information will be broadcast over the pit announcement system. If there is no PA system available, an information board will be posted.
Races will be run according to the rules and regulations of the International German Championship (IDM), World Superbike Championship or World Endurance Championship, respectively.
The following schedule will be in effect:
If you miss this time point, the pit lane will be opened for a very
short period after the pre start. The rider follows the rest of the field
and is given the opportunity to take his position in the start grid.
All riders are requested to memorize their starting grid position BEFORE entering the track, in order to avoid lengthy gridding. The starting grid positions will be posted.
The pre start will be by row. The starter will proceed through the field with 2 red flags. When he raises the flags in front of a row, this row AND ONLY THIS ROW may start.
After the warm up lap grid positions will be resumed. Generally the start will be with a set of lights. The race start is imminent when the starter leaves his position in front of the grid in the direction of the pit wall. The folded-up red flag indicates towards the signal lights. The signal light will be red and will turn go off after ca. 3-5 seconds. That is the start signal!
Endurance races will be started “Le Mans” style. In this case the motorcycles are positioned at a 45 degree angle along the pit lane wall on the start/finish line, held by an assistant, with the motor off. The riders stand on the opposite side, and when the signal is given (starting gun, flag, etc.), run to their motorcycle, start it, and begin the race.
photo of a Le Mans start
The race ends with the black and white checked flag.
Services at the Racetrack
Tire service is available at all events. Here you can buy tires, have those you have brought with you changed, and have tire pressure checked. If you require special tires or a larger number please order beforehand. As well, wear-and-tear, crash and after market parts and materials can be obtained through the tire service. At most events there is a photograph and video service present. At the Pirelli Days events there is also a suspension service available. Catering is usually taken care of by the resident service, in some cases through us.
Payment and Cancellation Policy
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