One of the emails I saw said they'll have the advanced rider course, but not sure how effective that will be. Who knows maybe the instructors will get to ride on it first? Or be required to play the video game until they meet a certain lap time
Saturday sold out in one day, in just the morning I think. L3 Sunday was sold out too when I checked yesterday. I got in for L3 Saturday. I can't believe I was going to wait until after the GP race.
It'll be their corner workers & track marshalls etc. Hopefully we won't have to worry about too much down time. Plus they have real run offs, you don't have to be all scared if you go off that you're gonna hit a ditch and rocks, and maybe land by a cow or some crazy shit like our regular tracks.
And on that math for the weekend, it's kind of irrelevant the way you're putting, else you wouldn't be racing. That's $80 and they don't last for more than 10-15 mins. That's $320/hr at best, $480/hr for somewhere like cresson.
All with no "hands-on expert instruction." Basically my point is, you do it for the experience, not because it costs $xxx/hr. This is the same reason they sold out in one day 6 months ahead of the event.