The guide still remains as fresh and informative as ever. The level of detail still never fails to amaze me and for those of you that are going into your first season’s racing, and have done or are about to do your ARDS course, then you will soon realise what a wise investment this book is. - Colin Hilton, Chief Executive, MSA
The Auto-Cycle Union is delighted to support the MCN Circuit Guide. This excellent resource is a vital and valuable source of information for every racer – from club riders to National ‘newbie’ – and every trackday rider anxious to find the ‘racing line’. - Jim Parker, Chairman, Auto-Cycle Union
One of the major goals of the ACU is to widen participation in motorcycle sport, across all disciplines. To do this we are constantly striving to make our sport more accessible and as user friendly as possible. The MCN Circuit
Guide contributes to this process by allowing novice riders to achieve a working insight into each circuit’s individual challenges even before they turn a wheel.
- Jim Parker, Chairman, Auto-Cycle Union
While we consider it to be an essential part of any rider’s kit bag, we still reckon that it’s a must-have for riders that are just starting out in racing or trackdays. As important as packing a spare set of knee sliders and a tyre pressure gauge. - Marc Potter, Editor, Motorcycle News
For the growing band of track day drivers keen to hone their skills, then this book is again an essential tool. And of course we at the MSA hope that some of you will graduate from the track day and become fully-fledged racers.
Whatever you use the UK Circuit Guide for, the MSA would like to wish all readers a successful and safe season. - Colin Hilton, Chief Executive, MSA
The tips and advice included are invaluable. That said, experienced riders will also benefit from author Andy Ibbot’s observations, particularly for circuits they are visiting for the first time, or getting a quick fix of a track you haven’t seen in a while. If the MCN Circuit Guide means you get more out of yourself, your bike, your trackdays or your racing, then it’s done its job. Good luck! - Marc Potter, Editor, Motorcycle News
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