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Here is a link on how other racing organzations are providing Novice support.http://forums.mra-racing.org/viewtopic.php?t=8026
Racers can also sign up for advance racing school to.Even experts, theres always something to learn.Another way is to contact the racing schools and let the instructors know alot of riders are struggling with some of the on track desciplines and maybe point out this to the instructors, so maybe they can go into more detail about it with the students.Just a thought...
Wise man you are Mr Melka.I do believe that some proactive atttitudes can go a long way. I think that one of those attitudes is in the aspect of training. Training for the new rider and even the experienced rider. Training for the corner worker and even training for the casual observer. How many times have we seen spectators running onto the track as a good samaritan. The corner-worker can benefit by realizing that he/she may not know everything about a given situation.One such training topic that directly aligns with safety is the statement, "Hold your line". What does that means to you? let me hear what you have and I will give you my take on it.Mark
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