We are happy to inform you that we can carry out our current dates as planned. Of course, together with the track operators, we will make sure that all applicable hygiene regulations are observed in order to make our contribution to contain the pandemic: Keep a distance of 1.5 m to other people. Wear a mouth-and-nose protection in closed rooms. If there are 2 persons in the vehicle, balaclava and gloves are mandatory (helmet as well, of course). Wash your hands regularly and thoroughly. Disinfectant dispensers are also available. Please refrain from any physical contact such as shaking hands or hugs. Have fun and stay healthy!
What is a trackday, what is the agenda of our events and who is allowed to participate? Our trackday advisor summarizes the most important facts about our driving trainings in a simple and understandable way.
In order to make sure that you and all other participants enjoy a nice event day, you should take some preparatory measures before the start of the driving session. This includes, for example, picking up your start numbers at the registration desk in time. Also prepare your car to ensure that everything runs smoothly during the entire driving training, and that you are not stopped at the pit exit because of e.g. a forgotten tow hook. Here, you will find all important information about the right preparation for the trackday.
At Pistenclub, we do not drive against each other, but WITH each other. For this reason, it is important that all participants follow some general principles and rules. These are not only for safety reasons, but also to ensure smooth operations, which ultimately means more driving time for all participants. No matter whether overtaking other participants, duty to wear a helmet or flag signals — the driving rules and the corresponding safety rules must be respected. At all events, the Pistenclub relies on trained personnel to ensure that these regulations are complied with. Here we have summarized the most important information for you.
To provide you with important information such as e.g. end of the driving time, a broken-down vehicle on the track or possible loss of grip due to contamination on the route, there are track marshals around the route equipped with colored flags. The Pistenclub orients itself on the flag signals that are common in motorsport. All flag signals are shown and explained in the drivers' briefing on the day of the event. Here, we have summarized all information about the flag signals for you.