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Ten Tips for Your First Weekend Track Racing

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I know it is the first time that you have gone to a weekend track racing event. And I fancy that you desire some tips for it. Now I would like to give you some instructions on how to make your debut at the track successful.
1. Maybe the most important thing you need to do before you go on the track is to get your car brakes checked and your brake fluid changed. Usually, the brake fluid that comes from the factory is not proper for track driving. Although changing the fluid to a high temperature one is not mandatory, I still recommend you to do that. Replacing your old brake fluid with a high performance one with a boiling point of about 600 degrees might save your life on track should emergency happens. Also, please make sure that your brake pads have at least 50% wear left on them or you might run out of brakes at the track.
2. Check your tires to ensure that they have enough tread on them. Thus, you can have good traction while driving. In addition to tread, tire pressure is vital to avoid your first track day being spoiled. Since every car is different, you should consult the mechanic for advice for proper tire pressure. Moreover, you should bring a tire pressure gauge with you to monitor your tire pressure throughout the day.
3. Wheels must be torque to a proper setting in case that a loose wheel comes off the car during high-speed driving.
4. Make sure that your seat belt is working.
5. Pick up a proper helmet for yourself, either open or closed face. However, it must be an SA Snell certified auto racing one.
6. Fill up the tank with fuel.
7. Find a spot to park your car so that you have a place to come back to after every track session. If you arrive early, you can have a better choice of parking.
8. Wear the clothes that make you [Link feel] most comfortable in the cockpit. Remember to wear light shoes like sneakers. Certainly, if you have driving shoes, you should just put on them.
9. During high-speed driving, sweating might be so common. Therefore, remember to bring your drinks with you.
10. Pay attention to the checkered flag. When you see the checkered flag displayed, it means your session has ended and you should use your remaining lap as a cool down lap, because it is time for your brake to cool down.
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