The second GSX-R anniversary track day, in association with Focused Events, takes place later this month at Snetterton Circuit in Norfolk, with an all-star cast of Superbike riders in attendance to ride and offer expert tuition for the day.
Taking place on 19th July, the Snetterton event follows-on from the hugely successful debut track day at Brands Hatch in April, celebrating 25 years of the iconic GSX-R sportsbike range.
Set to be the biggest anniversary day so far, World Superbike racers, Leon Haslam and Sylvain Guintoli will be in attendance along with British Superbike stars, Tommy Hill, Yukio Kagayama, Alastair Seeley and Michael Laverty.
With several biking celebrities confirmed to attend, including Prodigy frontman and GSX-R enthusiast Keith Flint, the day is set to be a truly special occasion for any fan.
GSX-R’s for hire
Arai Helmet Servicing Truck
Superbike Rider Mentoring
Q&A Session with Superbike Stars
Complimentary Refreshments (Bacon rolls on arrival)
As well as the ample track time and special giveaways, customers will get the unique opportunity of being mentored by the Superbike stars too, with all racers out on track throughout the day to show the lines and give advice. With a cost of just £99.00, the few remaining places are likely to be snapped-up fast. For more information on all GSX-R 25 year celebrations visit www.imgsx-r.com
Book now by calling 08450 254797 (08450 25GSXR), and quote ‘GSX-R track day’ when phoning. In partnership with Focused Events.
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