Remove or secure all loose articles inside your car, including in the boot. Ensure your indicators and brake lights are in working order. If you have a towing hook, fit it prior to going on circuit. Ensure you have sufficient fuel to complete your session. Ensure there are no fluid leaks. Check fluid levels and tyre pressures. All track days will have a noise limit in which your car must pass before heading out on track if the car fails it will not be permitted on the circuit and there are no refunds given. Some MOT test centres can test this and you can buy devices to help at home. Check out our noise limit guide.
Articles in this section
- Can I Use Slick Tyres On A Car Track Day?
- What is the difference between a General Car Track Day and Open Pitlane?
- Is fuel available at Snetterton?
- Can I camp overnight at Mallory Park before my track day?
- What safety equipment is required on a car track days?
- Do I need a driving licence on a car track day?
- What type of car can I take on a track day?
- How does drive-by noise limit monitoring work at car track days?
- How does static noise testing for cars work?
- Do I need instruction?