See final instructions which are emailed out 2 days before the event.
SMSP – GP Circuit: https://motodna.net/training/final-instructions-smsp-gp/
SMSP – South Circuit: https://motodna.net/2018training/final-instructions-smsp-sc
Norwell Motorplex: https://motodna.net/2018training/norwell-motorplex-final-instructions/
The following groups can all ride in road gear – full leathers are not mandatory.
(Road gear = Full face helmet, Jacket, full length pants, gloves and boots that cover your ankle – no exposed skin.)
Please be aware that for safety Road gear = Road speed.
trackSKILLS 2 – 4 must have Motorcycle Leathers 1 piece, (or 2 piece that can be zipped together), motorcycle boots, gloves and an Australian Standard approved helmet all undamaged and in good condition.
BACK PROTECTORS ARE HIGHLY RECOMMENDED FOR ALL RIDERS .
Refreshments: Tea, Coffee, Drinks and snacks are available at the circuit café – TBC in final instructions.
You are responsible for your own safety!
Race and track bikes are fine.
All machines must be either ROADWORTHY or RACE READY (if unregistered or race bikes).
Pay particular attention to your brakes, tire pressures and ensure your chain is correctly tensioned as per owners manual.
Your mirrors should be folded in to prevent distraction.
There is no fuel at the circuit – top up your tank before you arrive.
Sydney Motorsport Park – GP Circuit – Power is available.
Sydney Motorsport Park – South Circuit has a pit building with power. Space is limited to around 50 bikes on a first come first served basis.
Lakeside, QLD – Rider Training Centre – No pits or power is available.
Norwell Motorplex – Power is available.
ALL PARTICIPANTS ARE REQUIRED TO ATTEND RIDERS BRIEFING.
The riders briefing covers the day’s proceedings and provides information on how to enter and exit the track, flags, etc and to answer any questions you may have.
If you arrive at the track late and miss the riders briefing you may not take part in the day.
Our coaches comes from all walks of life, from MotoGP and International racing to Q-ride instructors and MotoGP Engineers.
motoDNA uses lead and follow techniques and there will at least one coach in each session.
Yellow flag: SLOW DOWN, DO NOT OVERTAKE
There is a rider down, or there has been mechanical failure, and this can lead to debris on the track.
Green flag: Track is clear, ok to enter the circuit with caution.
Red flag: The session has been stopped or is completed and you are required to exit the circuit.
Slow down gradually – do not jump on the brakes – there may be a rider behind at speed, complete your current lap, and return to the pits.
Black flag: If a situation develops that requires a rider return to the pits ASAP, a black flag WILL BE WAVED AT YOU on the main straight. When you return to the pits ask an official what the problem is.
Chequered flag indicates end of session. Complete your lap and return at a safe pace back to the pits.
If you see an accident on the track slow down and return to the pits carefully.
Coaches & clerk of the course control the track – this will ensure your safety on the day. The Coaches can assess, notify, alert and monitor all incidents and conditions to ensure safety and effective running of the day.
It is all riders’ responsibility to ensure they come to the track not under the influence of alcohol, drugs or any other substance that may impede their ability to ride a motorcycle safely.
There is Zero tolerance on dangerous riding. Any student found to be doing STUNTS, WHEELIES, STOPPIES, BURNOUTS etc will be asked to leave immediately and banned from future events.
There is no alcohol or illegal substances permitted at the track at any time during the event.
Do not try to move from your line to allow for faster riders coming from behind – keep your line, they will get around you safely.
Faster riders should be aware that some slower riders are unpredictable, based on their level of experience, and you should use caution to manage closing speeds.
This is not a race day; this is meant to be a fun, safe and enjoyable day for all.
All riders must adhere to the motoDNA safety bubble:
SPECTATORS are not permitted in the classroom sessions.
No spectators are permitted at Lakeside events.
Refunds will not be given for bad weather; this is the one thing that we cannot control.
In the rare case and if track officials deem the track dangerous due to flooding and/or debris on the circuit, it may be cancelled, and your spot transferred to another date.
Refunds – Only under exceptional circumstances and at the discretion of motoDNA.
Transfers – You may transfer your booking to another event or rider for a $50 admin fee up to 2 weeks before an event.
Bookings are not transferable to the following year.
A 10% Group Booking if 5 riders or more prepaid online at least 4 weeks before the event.
The group booking cannot be used with any other offer.
Contact us with the names and we will send you the necessary online booking code.
Camera’s of any kind are not allowed at motoDNA events.
motoDNA produce video and photos of the day at selected events.
Any questions: email@example.com