Riders are divided into small groups, each receiving focused attention from a dedicated instructor. Your riding is continually monitored throughout the day: Before each session your instructor will discuss technique and after each session you'll get feedback on where you're improving and what you can work on in the next session. The constant, student-specific feedback from experts will elevate your track riding to a new level.
The Racing Level II course is divided into groups of five (up to a maximum of 50 riders), with each group led by an expert instructor. The bike used in this course is the 1199 Panigale: a great opportunity for all learners to try out a unique bike in its natural environment, the racetrack, while enjoying all the bike's potential thanks to different Riding Modes and configurations.
The initial groups will be organised based on the experience level stated by the riders. During your first on-track session, you'll be assessed by the team of instructors to make sure everyone in your group is of a comparable skill level. If necessary, the groups will be adjusted so all riders are in their ideal groups.
Once the groups have been organised, you will have 4 more on-track practice sessions alternating with theory-based input and advice. Your last on-track session of the day will not be shared with the Master Racing course.
The required gear includes leathers, gloves, boots and a full-face helmet. If you can't provide any of these items, you can hire them when you purchase a course online (see the 'Clothing requirements' section for complete details on the required gear).
You must have a motorcycle licence (without engine displacement restrictions) to participate in the Racing Level II course.