2018 is coming to a close, Fast2Eight held its eight and final track day of 2018 on Christmas day. A huge gathering of almost 180 track day junkies and racers like 2018 MSBK Champion, ARRC Supersport rider Azlan Shah Kamarulzaman, Nasaruddin Yusof and China female racer and 250 champion Yun Li were among the participants in the penultimate track day of 2018 at the Sepang International Circuit.
Riders were divided into 3 groups A, B and C with each 30 minutes session for 3 hours, and after that another 3 hours of freeflow riding.
Food and beverages were sponsored by Philip Morris though out the whole day.
If you’ve never been on a track with your motorcycle, be prepared for an incredible experience. Coming to a track day is the perfect way to practice your skills without the worries of normal street riding. No speed limit, no police, no vehicles except other bikes.
This is a structured day with various levels of riding groups from beginner to advanced. So riders work on skills to enhance his or her riding, as well as more advanced track riding skills.
Some track day has instructors to assist the riders as Fast2Eight, especially first-timers on the circuit in Group C, and even experienced riders can get tips and techniques from racers and instructors during the track day.
Taking your bike to the track will make you a better, safer, more confident and faster rider.
Fast2Eight organizers call themselves Budget Trackday operators and have seen collaboration with the various bike club, namely BMW, Ducati, Honda and Kawasaki owners club.
Safety briefing conducted by Rex of Motoqoo (Aprilia Club). Fast2Eight track days fees usually range from RM220-250 and combo rates from RM400-420.
See ya next year and Happy New Year!