Unlike most other trackdays our session times were a little bit all over the place. For the first few sessions there were twenty five minute gaps in place, but as the day progressed that changed. We would do a session and then have to wait nearly an hour for the next two. Then at the end we went back to the twenty five minutes gap and I'm sure this was more to do with the race cars that were also present, but I just found it a little odd. Despite that, I felt that the Silverstone team did a wonderful job on the day and it was well worth the entry fee, which is a little higher that other similar days. I was really pleased with them as they also let me wear my helmet camera so I got some track footage, which I'll look at uploading.
As always there were some really nice guys down there today. A special hello to Clive and Peter who I hung out with for most of the day. At lunch we had a great little discussion about MotoGP out the back of the garages as the fire alarm was going off inside. I got the chance to say hi to John McAvoy again, meet John Hogan as well as having a laugh on and off track with Jon Urry, which all started because we wear the same leathers.
Silverstone will be upload the photos either tonight or tomorrow, so I'll get some of those up when I get the chance. All in all, a really, really good day. Did I take the wrong bike? Not a chance