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Rental cars:

  • BMW E36 325i
  • BMW E36 M3
  • Audi RS5
  • Audi R8
  • Radical SR1
  • Radical SR3
  • Radical SR10

Program The program of this day is as follows: 11:00 - 12:30 | Registration 12:30 - 16:30 | Open pitlane driving Please note: there's a maximum of 60 participants for this day.

Price The entry fee for this afternoon session is €345 per car for members. Non-members pay €365. Second drivers and co-drivers pay €20 each. Sharing a car with more drivers is possible.

Demands ) Cars should be free of fuel leakages and have reliably working brakes and seatbelts. A roll cage or safety harnesses are not obligatory. A towing ring should be present (and preferably fitted beforehand). ) A helmet is mandatory, both for drivers and passengers. ) Every driver with a valid DFTrackdays membership card pay the members entry fee. Others pay the non-members entry fee. A DFTrackdays membership card costs €50 and is valid until the end of the calendar year. A DFTrackdays membership card can only be bought on the day itself. ) On Assen, there's a noise limit of 95dBs; this can be checked. ) Children under 16 years are not allowed on track, unless they have a racing license. ) Payment is due up front or ultimately on the day itself (in cash or by debit card).

DFTrackdays The trackdays from Driving-Fun.com are characterised by a tight organisation, but an agreeable atmosphere, both in the pitlane and on track. Trackdays are emphatically not racedays and things like door handle to door handle dogfights are strictly prohibited. We believe in the principal of common sense. The idea is that everybody should feel at home on these days, from the fast, experienced racer to the absolute beginner in his streetcar and this is only possible if everyone shows some consideration for each other. The faster driver should use his experience to show consideration for the slower drivers and the slower drivers are expected to be aware of possible differences in speed and to keep a close watch in their mirrors.

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Assen part 41
19.02.2023 - 19.02.2023

TT Circuit Assen

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Full Circuit
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4555 m
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≤95 (dB)
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€ 365.00
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Rental cars:

  • BMW E36 325i
  • BMW E36 M3
  • Audi RS5
  • Audi R8
  • Radical SR1
  • Radical SR3
  • Radical SR10

Program The program of this day is as follows: 11:00 - 12:30 | Registration 12:30 - 16:30 | Open pitlane driving Please note: there's a maximum of 60 participants for this day.

Price The entry fee for this afternoon session is €345 per car for members. Non-members pay €365. Second drivers and co-drivers pay €20 each. Sharing a car with more drivers is possible.

Demands ) Cars should be free of fuel leakages and have reliably working brakes and seatbelts. A roll cage or safety harnesses are not obligatory. A towing ring should be present (and preferably fitted beforehand). ) A helmet is mandatory, both for drivers and passengers. ) Every driver with a valid DFTrackdays membership card pay the members entry fee. Others pay the non-members entry fee. A DFTrackdays membership card costs €50 and is valid until the end of the calendar year. A DFTrackdays membership card can only be bought on the day itself. ) On Assen, there's a noise limit of 95dBs; this can be checked. ) Children under 16 years are not allowed on track, unless they have a racing license. ) Payment is due up front or ultimately on the day itself (in cash or by debit card).

DFTrackdays The trackdays from Driving-Fun.com are characterised by a tight organisation, but an agreeable atmosphere, both in the pitlane and on track. Trackdays are emphatically not racedays and things like door handle to door handle dogfights are strictly prohibited. We believe in the principal of common sense. The idea is that everybody should feel at home on these days, from the fast, experienced racer to the absolute beginner in his streetcar and this is only possible if everyone shows some consideration for each other. The faster driver should use his experience to show consideration for the slower drivers and the slower drivers are expected to be aware of possible differences in speed and to keep a close watch in their mirrors.

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TT Circuit Assen

The first race in Assen was held on public roads in 1925. The circuit cut through the communities of Borger, Schoonloo und Grolloo, and had a length of 28,4 kilometres. The winner was Piet van Wijngaarden, who rode a 500cc Norton at an average speed of 91,4 km/h. During subsequent years the layout changed until a permanent circuit replaced the street course in 1955.

The TT Circuit Assen is viewed as a motorcycle racing's Mecca, and has hosted a round of the world motorcycle world championship every year since 1949. The motorcycle grand prix is traditionally held on the last Saturday of June, with 100 000 fans annually packing the grandstands.

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