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Track Schools: Circuit Breakers vs Superbike School

Discussion in 'Racing, Motorsports, and Track Days' at netrider.net.au started by Dezerteagle, Apr 11, 2007.

  1. Hey guys

    Anyone done both?

    Just wandering how you found each one, I'm sure the debate of which one is actually better then the other is subjective, so we'll leave that out.

    But pros and cons of each please?

    Cheers.


     
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  2. I did both, and got a lot out of both of them.

    Aust (Calif) superbike school has a lot more theory in it, and is taught in a way that you can apply it to any situation, whereas Circuit Breakers Raceschool is essentially focussed on that track, and the best/fastest way around it.
    Also, Raceschool tends to be about getting a big bike around the track faster. A lot of the stuff didn't seem relevant to punting a small twostroke around.

    But as I said, Both were good, and neither would be a waste of your money, but I preferred the Superbike School.
     
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  3. Do the stay upright one in Syd with Wayne Clarke instructing. He really does know his stuff.
     
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