Full throttle: Adrenaline fuelled fun set for Cartagena

FAST PACED: Motorbike action set for Cartagena. CREDIT: motorextremo

The Cartagena Circuit will once again host an exciting day of spectacular motorbike speed and streamlined precision.

IT’S full speed ahead as motorbike riders are set for a day of drifting the corners and racing the straights around the Cartagena Circuit.
On Saturday, September 19, in what promises to be an adrenaline junkies dream, riders get set to rev their engines for a full day of fun.
LEVELS

  • Free session medium level
  • Advanced beginner level driving course (taught by Miguel Angel Castilla)
  • Free round advanced level
  • Beginning level driving course (taught by Miguel Angel Castilla)

4 groups with a maximum of 30 motorbikes in each one.
Each group rolls 6 sets, 4 of 20 minutes and 2 of 15 minutes.
Boxes included in the registration. Free assignment.
SCHEDULE
Friday from 7:30pm to 10pm – Open access to the circuit to leave the motorbikes in the pits.
8:30am – Opening formalisation of registrations
9:30am – Briefing on safety regulations
10am – Opening of the runway
Tandas – 10am to 1.40pm and from 2.20pm to 6pm
Break – 1.40pm to 2.20pm
PRICES
€85 – Free round for federated riders or with annual insurance (Ski pass).
€105 – Free round for non-federated riders and without annual insurance (includes unlimited medical assistance insurance).
€190 – Driving course for federated riders or with annual insurance (Ski Pass). Lunch included.
€210 – Driving course for non-federated riders and without annual insurance (includes unlimited medical assistance insurance). Lunch included.
To find out more about this exciting day, please visit the website.
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Matthew Roscoe

Originally from the UK, Matthew is based on the Costa Blanca and is a web reporter for The Euro Weekly News covering international and Spanish national news. Got a news story you want to share? Then get in touch at [email protected]

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