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#49940
Re: 2012 ISDC Trackday October 12th 10 Years, 1 Month ago Karma: 35
Hey guys,

This is my first full track day and I imagine a few others on her (hopefully :-p) but could anyone put up a list of things that are good to have on the day e.g. petrol canister, some oil, coolant to keep levels topped up things like that Looking at you Slipsliderg you track day Vet.

Really appreciate it btw
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#49945
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How Two's

From above link.

slipsliderg wrote:
From the following website.

Track-day-preparation

Tyres
On track days some people change the pressure in their tyres to either help with grip or to help reduce the wear on the tyre, many increase the pressure by around 10%. It is worth searching the internet for forums specific to your car and see what others suggest you should have your tyre pressure for on a track day.
Obviously the only thing that is in contact with the race track is the tyres so you should make sure that they are up to the job and also that you will be OK to drive home in them at the end of the track day.
Some drivers actually have a different set of wheels and tyres that they put on their car for track days, again this is just choice and not a necessity.

Brakes
A vehicles brakes will be put under much greater pressure on a track day. You will be braking hard from high speeds continuously as you go around the circuit. This will make the brakes and disks run at very high temperatures and also add wear to the brakes. It is very important to make sure that your brakes are up to the job of a full track day as it is not going to be ideal to be having to change brake pads at the circuit (that is even if you have spare brake pads with you which many won't). If you wear your brake pads out and continue with the track day you could well ruin your brake disks too that will cost even more to replace.
It could be worth looking at getting some different brake pads fitted to the car, one's designed to run in conditions like those that the car will be put through on a track day. They may cost slightly more than your standard set of brakes but they should offer better braking capability (meaning you can brake faster) and also offer a better life span, and they will be fine to use on the public roads too.
Another important tip to remember with regards to the brakes is when you come in for a break, before you do so have a cool down lap where you are not pushing the car as fast, this gives the brakes time to cool down slightly with some air flowing through them. Also, when you get back into the pits or parking area DO NOT put your handbrake on. Leave the brakes to cool down for a bit. If you put the handbrake straight on you could find that the brake pads stick to the disk when you come to remove the handbrake.
If you are staying by your car and you are on a flat surface then you could possibly not need to put the handbrake on.
If you do replace your brake pads before your track day then you should give them on average 200 miles of standard road use to bed in before you use them for hard braking.
Also with relating to brakes is the brake fluid, on track days as we have said the brakes run at higher temperatures, you might find that you get better effect from changing the brake fluid to one that runs at a higher boiling point, but be warned though that this does not mean it will work as good on public roads under standard use.

Oil
The oil in the engine is what keeps it running smoothly, if you don't have any oil in your engine then you are going to be in trouble and likely to cause the engine some serious damage!
You should check the oil is at the correct levels in the car because as the engine is going to be working much harder it could use up more oil. It is also worth taking a spare bottle with more oil in just in case you find that the oil does drop during the day.

The oil should be checked before you set out on your track day too and throughout the day.
Obviously every car is different and some may need more oil and some may not. A good time to check would be after your first session out on track and then at intervals throughout the day. Make sure to leave the car to settle before checking the oil level and make sure you are parked on level ground.
Also, make sure you do not overfill the oil, keep it between the min & max levels.

Engine
The engine is what powers the car so is basically what is doing all the work. Although you don't need to, if you have been out on a session the engine will be very warm when you come back into the pits. You could pop open the bonnet and allow the air to help cool it down instead of keeping the bonnet closed and all the heat in.

Lights
You may be required when going on a track day to tape your lights up, this is just a safety measure in case there are any accidents and helps to keep the lights intact and avoid dropping any glass/plastic from the lights onto the circuit that could puncture tyres.

Fuel
Obviously you need fuel in your car for it to go. On a track day though you are going to use fuel up at a faster rate than you will do on the road as your engine is going to be revving much higher and working harder. It is unlikely you are going to reach your top gear and be cruising along no the track day, you are going to mainly driving the car near it's limits which means changing gears later which means revving higher meaning the engine is turning over much more than on a standard run out on public roads.
Fuel is available at many tracks and if it isn't then you have the option to bring a petrol can with some spare in or even drive out to a local petrol station if there is one close. What you do not want to do is run out, especially on the track as you will then have to leave your car and could possibly not get to do any more driving!
Also worth noting with the fuel available at the track is that the cost may be higher than what you would usually pay and also you may be limited on choice, for example they may not supply high RON value fuel (such as a super unleaded, Optimax etc.) which many cars take.
You should make sure you have enough fuel in your car for at least 20 minutes of hard driving and then enough to comfortably get you back to the pits or where ever you are going to fill up.

Inside the car

Anything inside the car that is not fixed down should be removed as potentially they could become missiles in the car or obstruct you. So anything, such as pens, air freshener, cans, maps, CD's & cases etc. should be removed from the car before you get out on track. Even the smallest of things could put you off and take your concentration away from your driving which you don't want!
It is worth considering removing the spare wheel and tools. You will probably find there is a safe place to store things at the circuit.

Exhaust
Race tracks have sound levels that they must abide to, this is because residents may live near to the circuit and sound restrictions will apply.
Most standard car exhausts will be fine but if you have an after market exhaust that is much louder it is worth getting it's sound level checked before going on your track day. If your exhaust exceeds the sound decibels permitted you will not be allowed to go on track.
All cars get checked at the start of the day to measure their sound levels.

Tool Kit
It is worth bringing a small tool kit just in case you find you have any things that you need to fix or adjust.
It is worth also bringing a tyre pressure gauge and also a pump for the tyres too. A rag or cloth is worth bringing along to in case you do need to do anything, such as checking oil levels.

Anybody want to add more.

I think its missing one important item, the driver.

From my experience of racing,
Eat a good breakfast.
Bring plenty of fluids, drink small and plenty.
Wear well fitting cloths or a race suit.
Use narrow shoes or runners when your driving to minimise hitting two pedals at the same time.
Eat during the day, fruit is good.

Relax and stay calm, its the car behind you, who's job it is to pass you safely, don't suddenly change your line because you hear or see something.

Enjoy it, even the stressed out bits where you have cooked the brakes or blew the engine.
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#49946
Re: 2012 ISDC Trackday October 12th 10 Years, 1 Month ago Karma: 328
I will have a full set of small job tools, pressure gauge, compressor, oil, brake fluid, jack, axle stands and water (if needed) etc, with me on the day.

There is a petrol station 5 minutes from the track, so filling up at lunchtime is not a problem.

My Da may be coming along as well so no job will be to big on the days hopefully.
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#49947
Re: 2012 ISDC Trackday October 12th 10 Years, 1 Month ago Karma: 35
Awesome thanks for the info Slip, prob should have done a quick google search myself

How much fuel do you tend to bring or do you pop to a local garage?
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#50061
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I'm just gonna fill up on way to mondello and go out at lunch of needed!! Unless ur gonna be driving all day usually I find fuel isn't a major worry as the petrol station is less than 5 min away!!
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#50062
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If ya bringing spare wheels don't forget a trolly jack!!!i usually bring few spare wheels just incase I eat the tyres off!!!
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Sounds good, though tyres kinda didnt think of them gonna have to keep an eye on mine so I dont destroy em completely and can at least get home on them haha
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#50103
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I am bringing a full set of spares wheels if people end up stuck, also have a set of front pads with me. Will bring a large canister of water if anybody spring leaks and we manage to repair them.

Car is ready, harness's installed, tools ready to go in jeep, loaded on trailer, need to get petrol and pump up tyres is all.

Make sure you don't forget your licences and helmet or you will be turned away, there is no exceptions on this, as its Mondello requirement.

Mondello rules.

•All drivers must be over eighteen and hold a full clean drivers licence
•All Drivers must pre-register themselves and their cars
•Drivers and passengers must wear helmets and seat belts at all times, they must supply their own helmets.
•All passengers must sign on and be over eighteen.
•All track days must be pre-booked & pre-paid otherwise space cannot be guaranteed
•There will be a briefing at 09:30 and again at 13:30
•Drivers will not be permitted on track without attending a briefing
•Due to the high demand for track day places, anyone who fails to attend a pre booked course, without having provided at least 48 hours prior notice to Mondello Park, will forfeit their place and fee.
•No refunds will be offerred to drivers who book for a full or half day and only participate in a portion of thier booking, for whatever reason, including weather conditions.
•Mondello Park reserves the right to remove any driver from the circuit if their driving or behaviour does not comply with accepted standards or rules set out in the drivers briefing, without refund


Hope people have video camera's I haven't.
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#50106
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I cant wait all giddy here at work waiting for the day to end already and tomorrow to roll on!

On the pre-reg yourself and your car any ideas if this is being done by ISDC guys or do we have to ring Mondello?

I bought one of those cheap and cheerful GunCams when at Terenure Car show and have it mounted on the dash so should get some good video (hopefully)
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#50107
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You will sign on with Robbie of ISDC fame in the morning, briefing will follow that, then it onto the track.

Possibly with a lead in of 15 minutes for those that had not been on track before or want a warm up time.
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#50109
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I'm bringing:
- licence & helmet
- a spare set of wheels just in case,
- a set of rear brake pads (the other set i have and thought were front pads arent...),
- oil
- is a 5L jerrycan like this ok?...

_KUNENA_BBCODE_HIDEIMG
- and a 14 spanner!

I might have the loan of a gopro camera aswell, i'll know this evening.

If anyone has a coilover spanner can they bring it. I haven't tested fitted the other wheels and the standard rears are way bigger than my current 17's. I'd imagine they'll be ok, but just incase they are needed and are too big.

Hope it all fits!
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#50111
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Is anyone passing Maynooth on the way tomorrow with room for 2 wheels? They wont fit in an mr2....well they will but it's not exactly safe!
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Tsporter I am going via Kilcock if you want to meet there and throw them in the back of the jeep.
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slipsliderg wrote:
Tsporter I am going via Kilcock if you want to meet there and throw them in the back of the jeep.

That's perfect thanks! Meet you at the graveyard in kilcock if it's on your route?
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Tsporter wrote:
That's perfect thanks! Meet you at the graveyard in kilcock if it's on your route?

Leaving my place about 7-30, should be there for 8-00 at the latest.
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I am all done and dusted now, roll on the morning.

Only thing is one of the guys from work was going to come along for sh1ts and giggles and can't now
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Good luck tomorrow guys. Not jealous I swear. B~π§¢®Δ§ . enjoy let us know how it goes
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Had a great day lads, thanks to the lads here that came and made the day what it was

Had the best of both worlds, dry in the morning and wet in the afternoon for some fun

Sorry to the 2 lads involved in the incident early in the day. Hopefully you get your cars sorted soon.
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Robbie, thanks again for the invite, had a good day, sorry about the red flag.

Basch and I were involved in a very lucky miss early in the day. Not so much lucky but nobody was hurt and thats the main thing.

Watching youtube for video's now, if you get some good ones throw them up here. M3mick's Da was down getting some photos.

Hopefully he will post them up.

Oh and don't forget us next year.
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Savage day was had by me anyway!! Really felt sorry for the poor mr and so early in the day as well!! Ill post up pics when my dad sends them on!! Could take a while though as he quite busy these days!! Good to meet the few lads that were there!!
And cheers Robbie for a well organised day
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Yup the 2 doesnt really like to kiss embankments much specially when she got away from a kiss from Splips 2 :-p

Sure I got the full trackday experience technically speed, sliding, crashing and hopefully repairing Otherwise I have a new track car and need to go looking for a daily driver lol
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Thanks Robbie for the invite, I had a great day, hopefully we'll be allowed back next year!

First of all, thanks to slipsliderg for collecting my tires at 8am and then getting my car to start when the immobiliser kicked in on the side of the road. I tried the old "turn it off and turn it on again", which didn't work, and as I started to panic, he added the "turn it off wait 30 seconds and turn it on again" and it worked! KC'd as promised!


Here's the few vid's I took....it was my first trackday so I don't mind showing ye my spins!

Here's a few minutes from the pit wall, Slip introduces himself in style at 1.30 minutes:


My first spin very early in the day, I came in too fast trying to keep up with a scoobie:


Out with basch, big 360 on the S's at 4.15 minutes...


Out with basch again after I settled the nerves, good footage behind an Evo for a few laps, Slip makes an appearance while I'm warming up but didn't hang around too long!


And Dunlop corner in the wet:


Savage day, enjoy!!
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Great videos Tsporter.

Kc's to Basch for being such a good spot.

Kc's to Tsporter, great video's and love my entrance scene, must have been the fastest one I did on the day. Pity the wet ones weren't captured.

Kc's to M3mick for having a look at the MR2's bodywork and giving your appraisal also for having a cracking 106 there on the day.
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Looks like great crac. Someday
Whens the one that a novice could attend
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Nice vids lads, dying to see more pics

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Looks like great crac. Someday
Whens the one that a novice could attend


It was on Friday, this is the ideal trackday for newbies as there are so many
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Well done lads kc tsporter for Sharing the vids
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#50304
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I didn't like the rear left of my track car last week and done a bit of remodelling.


_KUNENA_BBCODE_HIDEIMG

Out again 26/10 for an Octane trackday, might try to match it on the other side :woohoo:

Robbie ISDC wrote:
Nice vids lads, dying to see more pics :)

Seen your videos on youtube last night Robbie, that Spec C is wicked quick and well piloted. Have you got any links to photos / videos I haven't managed to see very much searching on google.

Tsporter, the videos are really good and I will admit my entrance in that video, nearly looks like I know what I am doing.

Pity the MR2 wet sessions on dunlop weren't caught on video. Next time I won't be sitting in the warmth holding back scared of the MR layout and the wet. It was a great laugh and would recommend it to anybody to help getting the feel of the MR2 and how they are on the limit of traction in a safe enviroment.

Great day again, and worth listing in the calendar for next year.
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#50327
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Hehe my car will be ready again for the 26th kinda tempted to get back out seeings I missed most of the last one :-p Could I pay on the day?

Need to try and get the day off work though
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basch32 wrote:
Hehe my car will be ready again for the 26th kinda tempted to get back out seeings I missed most of the last one :-p Could I pay on the day?

Need to try and get the day off work though

That's good news! The 26th is an octane trackday and is fully booked out. There's an open track day on the 29th but its expensive and from what I've heard the open days can be a bit dodgy.
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Ah thats a shame Ya not sure I wanna chance an open track day just right away lol

Wonder when the next private track day will be anybody know of any coming up let me know!
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