If you are getting into drag strip or a motorcycle race and you are a beginner, it can be an intimidating experience. You may be asking if you will get a crash or make other racers get mad at you. Being your first time in the race, you must think of the questions. As a beginner, start by selecting a car of your choice and the rest will follow. It is also very necessary to prepare both yourself and your car. Here are some steps to follow to make your race a success.
Identify Your Game
Take the motorcycle that you will be using for inspection and make sure that it is safe for the race. The inspection will help you know whether everything is intact. If you are using your car, let it be empty and ready for the race. Make sure you pump the tires and go through the safety rules before the inspection process.
Prepare Yourself Well
Pay for emergency gas and food and also carry the entry fee. Carry only cash to the event as there might be no cash machines. Arrange for enough gas to take you to and from the event. For you to be on the safe side, it is important to carry your car’s repair manual. You also need to carry some spare tools and tires in your boot thou you will remove them during the race.
Have Light Protective Clothes
Purchase light racing suit, helmet, shoes, and jacket before you start racing. You can get information on what is needed for protection at motor sport safety foundation. They will give you information on where to get the protection wear at how much.
Know The Safety Rules Before Racing
No matter how many races you have attended, it is necessary to read them again. A good example is when you go to race with a vehicle that is not inspected; the organizers will stop you before you finish the race. To avoid the embarrassment, let your vehicle inspected and read the rules well. In case of any arising question, you may ask the organizers to be on the safe side.
Get Well Organized For the Journey
It is important if you are using the road for the first time or it is your first time, check the map well. Print the map and organize yourself well about the route to take. Never use a smart phone as it might land you in technology failures.