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I had a blast at my first track day. Went to Barber with NESBA for the sat beginner session. Learned a lot, started to see how much more I have to learn...
The track is super fast and I am still amazed at how much potential my F4i had that I have never used on the street. Now the decision to make is when to do another...guess that I am hooked.

On another note, I saw a not-so-pretty part of track days as well. Here's the story posted on the NESBA Track Talk website.

http://www.nesba.com/TrackTalk/bb/Forum12/HTML/000761.html

I am curious as to everyone's opinion on the crash and the person that caused it. Should someone be banned from a track day organization after blatantly disregarding the rules and hurting another rider?

Accidents happen, but recklessness is a conscious decision - they choose to break rules.
 

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welcome to the addiction :beer

reading that NESBA post just totally suxed ass....
some people just don't think that rules apply to them as well...
 
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