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At school, the only threat is punitive work or even detention. However, poorly taught racetrack knowledge can quickly cost you a lot of money or cause you a huge boo-boo. To prevent this from happening in the first place, you'll find everything you need to know here to shine on and off the racetrack.

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The motto on the race track is "behave properly for a lot of fun".
What this means in detail, you should read here in good time before the start.

  • Please behave during the entire event in such a way that other participants are not endangered by your behaviour.
  • During the entire duration of the event, the instructions of the SRS (Speer Racing GmbH Sportveranstaltungen) staff and the track operators must be followed without fail.
  • There is an absolute ban on alcohol (0.0 per mille). Drinking alcohol, taking drugs or medication that impairs driving ability is prohibited for the entire day.
  • In training and possibly also in the races, riders with different speeds can meet each other. Mutual consideration and special caution are the order of the day.
  • There is no stopping on the track. No matter what the reason. Danger to life!
  • We offer you at least one riders' meeting at every event, where you will be informed about the valid rules, the daily schedule and any special features. Attendance is also strongly recommended for experienced participants.
  • Following these basic rules is essential to ensure safety. In the event of violations, we, Speer Racing GmbH, are entitled to exclude you from participation in the event without further warning. A refund or reduction of the participation fee will not be made in these cases.

When driving, the marshals are responsible for alerting you to hazards on the track. Race control can also communicate with participants via flag signals. Therefore, it is of utmost importance that you know - and of course respect - the flag signals used!


Yellow Flag

Dangerous area, drive carefully, reduce speed slightly and predictably, be ready to brake. Under a yellow flag, overtaking is absolutely prohibited until the signal is lifted again by a green flag.


Yellow-Red flag

Caution, slippery track. There is oil, petrol or cooling water on the track. Adjust speed. The signal is also shown when it starts to rain.


Blue flag

A faster vehicle is approaching from behind and wants to overtake. For example, when lapping. Let the vehicle overtake and, if necessary, leave the racing line. Take care when merging into racing traffic.


Black flag

In addition to the black flag, the relevant start number is displayed. Disqualification of the driver concerned or defect on the vehicle. Complete the lap quickly and leave the track. Report to the race control.


Red flag

The training session or the race must be stopped for an important reason. Give hand signals to the chaser, reduce speed and complete the lap quickly in order to leave the track. Of course, overtaking is absolutely prohibited under the red flag.


White flag

A slow vehicle is on the track. Usually ambulance or track marshal. Pay increased attention, be ready to brake and adjust speed.


Green flag

Dangerous spot passed, all previous flag signals cancelled - free passage. At the flying start, the green flag is waved at the height of the start-finish line. Overtaking is only allowed after passing the line!


Black and white chequered flag

The practice or race is over. Complete the lap quickly and leave the track. Do NOT reduce speed abruptly - there may still be following vehicles in the slipstream!


Every participant is obliged to protect himself/herself from the consequences of a fall or similar by wearing optimal protective clothing! Suitable protective clothing is mandatory at all our events; for events where participants ride on a race track:


Integral helmet
Undamaged, no mounted cameras or intercoms


Leather suit
Permitted are one-piece leather suits with protectors as well as two-piece suits that are connected to each other by means of a zip.


There must be an overlap between the leather glove and the sleeve. The gloves must be equipped with protectors.


Back protector

A back protector is mandatory.
This must cover the entire back and reach at least to the pelvis. Placeholder foam does not count as a protector. You can find more information here


Motorbike boots

Overlap of boot to combination must be given. The boot must go at least over the ankle and be equipped with protectors.


Breast protector
Not compulsory, but strongly recommended from experience. Either hard shell or foam protector. You can find more info here


For training sessions that take place outside of race tracks (e.g. driving safety training, lean angle training), textile clothing is also permitted, provided it has protectors. Following these basic rules is essential to ensure safety. In case of violations, Speer Racing GmbH is entitled to exclude the participant from the event without further warning. A refund or reduction of the participation fee will not be made in these cases.


On the race track, rider and motorbike are moving at the limit - therefore it is essential that the motorbike is in the best possible condition and is optimally prepared.

  • Mirrors and number plates must be removed.
  • Turn signals, headlights and rear and brake lights must be covered extensively with opaque tape and be without function.
  • Caution: Always switch off the headlights or pull the fuse, otherwise plastic lenses may be damaged when masking!
  • The driving noise must not exceed the respective limit value applicable for the race track.
  • The allocated start number must be attached to the vehicle so that it is clearly visible from the front.
  • Objects attached to the vehicle, such as suitcases and other protruding parts on the vehicle, must be removed before the start of the event.
  • Cameras may only be mounted on the motorbike, not on the body, helmet or anything else. They must be secured with a second safety device so that they remain on the motorbike should the bracket become loose or break.
  • On multi-day events, the oil drain plug must also be secured with wire and only pure water (no antifreeze) may be in the cooling system.
  • Tyres and tyre pressure must be adjusted to the respective temperature and track. Our on-site race service is always on hand to offer advice and assistance!
  • Not compulsory, but our absolute recommendation: fit a Leverguard to the brake lever to protect yourself from the front brake slamming shut!

  • We offer at least one riders' briefing at every event, during which information is provided on the valid technical regulations, the daily schedule and any special features. This riders' meeting is compulsory for all participants!

You alone are responsible for the proper technical condition of your vehicle. Following these basic rules is essential to ensure safety. In the event of violations, we, Speer Racing GmbH, are entitled to exclude you from participation in the event without further warning. A refund or reduction of the participation fee will not be made in these cases.

Please check the shelves during the event:

  • Brakes, pads, brake calipers (mounting)
  • Wheels, tyres, axle nuts, air pressure
  • Chain, sprocket, chain wheel, lubrication
  • Oil level, tightness of the engine
  • Cooling circuit
  • Attachments, cladding, fastenings

Due to the increasing number of private motor sport events, there is more and more harmful noise pollution around the tracks for people and the environment. That is why more and more tracks are tightening up their noise regulations.

Why noise restrictions?

Hardly any topic is more hotly debated than noise regulations, which are being introduced and tightened on more and more routes. In the following, we inform you about the most important facts and show you which measures have to be taken on which track in order to comply with the noise regulations. Race tracks require an operating permit. This operating permit regulates what is permitted and what is not.

Noise regulations are official regulations - not regulations arbitrarily thought up by the track or even an organiser to annoy someone! If the operating permit is taken away, there is no more driving at all. Therefore, all parties involved - from the participant to the organiser to the track operator - must do everything to ensure that the operating permit is not jeopardised. It must therefore be in the interest of all of us to comply with the official noise regulations in order to secure the future of our sport. And even a few transgressions can cause real problems for all of us!

A word about the so-called "noise days": It is true that tracks have days with relaxed noise regulations. However, these days are reserved for events of special interest (e.g. MotoGP, F1, DTM, concerts, historic events ...). These noise days are very rare and are only allocated by the track for events that could not be held under normal noise regulations.

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Speer Racing ensures maximum safety at all events. Track marshals, generous crash zones and well-equipped medical teams are always part of the package. Nevertheless, there is always a certain residual risk in motorsport. That's why you can take out accident insurance with us for every single event, which takes into account all the risks of a motorsport event.

Just in case
With the accident insurance, both participation in free practice and the racing risk are included. The insurance cover begins when the driver enters the race track and ends when the driver leaves the track. In the event of an accident resulting in permanent physical damage (disability), the insurance pays a certain amount, depending on the degree of disability; in the case of total disability, the benefit is 500,000 euros. A death benefit of 50,000 euros is also insured. In the event of an accident, you - you and your dependents - are thus at least financially protected to a certain extent.

The deductible is 15%. This means that no benefits are paid by the accident insurance if the degree of disability is up to 15%! Full benefits are paid from 15% disability onwards (insurance conditions - as of 2022).

How can I insure myself?
You can book insurance directly via our system when you register. We will take care of everything else for you. Together with your confirmation, you will receive a confirmation of the amount you are insured for at our training. The insurance can still be taken out after registration in writing, by phone or directly with us at the event.

However, the insurance cover is only valid if the insurance premium has been paid in advance by bank transfer or direct debit or in cash on site.

The premium per rider per day is 20 euros for a sum insured of 500,000 euros (in the event of 100% disability) and a death benefit of 50,000 euros.

Time is precious - and the long journeys to the race tracks cost a lot of it. That's why Speer Racing offers you a transport service for your motorbike to your favourite tracks - in some cases together with proven logistics professionals.


As a rule, transport is provided by Speer Racing from / to Reutlingen. You can find all information in our Info-PDF.

At selected events, transport is provided by our partner BNO Exklusivtransporte. You can drop off your bike and equipment at four loading points ("North": Vechta; "Middle" Altendiez; "South" Forstern, Reutlingen) and save yourself some distance. All information can be found in BNO's Info-PDF!

Everyone who books a training wants to participate in it. Unfortunately, however, there are reasons that can make participation impossible at short notice. Depending on the time of cancellation, cancellation fees will apply, regardless of the reason for the cancellation. To help here we have developed the "rebooking option".

For a fee, of 35€ per event day, we offer you the possibility to book the "rebooking option" for selected events as part of your registration. By booking this option you have the possibility to cancel up to one day before the event starts without incurring any cancellation fees.

In order to use the option, one of the following cases must have occurred that prevents your participation:
- Health reasons of the participant
- Professional reasons of the participant
- Technical reasons of the motorcycle with which the event was to be attended.

If one of these cases can be proven to have occurred, you will be credited the amount paid (including all additional services booked except the fee for the rebooking option). You can use this amount for events in the current or the next season - you have up to two years to choose the appropriate replacement event(s).

The exact conditions can be found in our terms and conditions - if you have any questions, please feel free to contact us!


Speer Racing calculates a fair, sustainable participation fee for each event, which reflects the costs and risk of Speer Racing in addition to the track rental. When the track is booked bindingly, a deposit is always due as well, which can be up to 50% of the track rental, depending on the track. This means a considerable financial requirement and a big risk.

Until now, Speer Racing granted a fixed price as well as a payment term: regardless of the time of booking, the same participation fee was always to be paid. The payment was due 60 days before the start of the event; in case of later registration, of course, immediately.

This meant that Speer Racing had to make advance payments for a very long time until the payments to the track were refinanced by the participation fees. In addition, participants who registered early, paid on time, and thus supported Speer Racing early were disadvantaged compared to those who registered late and paid late.

Due to the price development of the tracks and the related financial requirements, Speer Racing can no longer afford to wait too long for the payment of the participation fees - therefore we have decided that a registration is due at the time of booking.

But we think: who decides early and books early should have an advantage!

Therefore, Speer Racing will have staggered participation fees in the future: depending on the registration period, the participation fee will be calculated - the earlier you book, the cheaper. The later you book, the more expensive.

Since Speer Racing stands for maximum transparency, here is the currently valid price scale:

From ... DaysTo ... DaysPrice descriptionDiscount / Surcharge
60Early booking-3%
2915Late booker+3%
148Ultra late bookers+3%
  on-site surcharge20,00 €

The discounts or surcharges refer only to the participation fee, not to any additional services booked!

By the way: unlike most other providers, the valid participation fee is calculated on a date, no matter how many registrations are made in the respective period. This ensures maximum transparency as to how the price develops!

On our website we always publish the current capacity situation, the currently valid price as well as the information how long the price will be valid.

Those who sign up for a race series or book the SpeerSpitze, of course, also have special advantages in the area of payment, feel free to talk to us about it!

If you are worried that something serious might happen that would prevent you from participating at short notice, you can protect yourself by using the newly introduced flexible booking option!

You can find the exact conditions in our GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS - if you have any questions, please feel free to contact us!

Unfortunately, it can happen to anyone: the training booked long in advance can not be attended for an important reason. The rebooking option of Speer Racing was not booked in addition, it threatens to incur cancellation costs. But - luckily - you will find a racer who will take your place - your substitute rider!

No problem with Speer Racing: The substitute driver announces on site that he has taken over your place, Speer Racing exchanges the name. That's it. The financial matters will be settled among yourselves. An information to Speer Racing in advance is not necessary.

If you can't find a substitute rider, Speer Racing might be able to help: if there is a waiting list and there are at least seven days left until the start of the event, Speer Racing can try to find a substitute. In case of success you will be refunded the paid participation fee proportionally. Very important: the replacement must have been found by Speer Racing before the start of the event, this is not possible after the event!

The exact conditions can be found in our terms and conditions - if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us!

All kinds of questions arise around the racetrack - we have tried to answer at least a few here. We are of course happy to receive suggestions and additions! And if something still remains unanswered, we will be happy to help you by phone, fax or e-mail.

Will the event be cancelled if it rains?
We only cancel an event if the weather is unacceptable, i.e. if there is a sudden snowfall or freezing rain. Of course, in this case you will get your money back. However, if you decide that the weather is too bad for you, our normal cancellation policy applies.

I have an unlicensed motorbike. Can I use it on the race track?

Do I need liability insurance?
Liability insurance is not mandatory. In the event of an accident, however, it saves a lot of money and trouble. Be sure to ask your insurer whether motorsport is covered. This also applies to your private accident insurance!

I would like to register several drivers at the same time. What is the best way to do this?
If everyone already has a customer account with us, everyone can register via this account. Otherwise, it is best to send us an email with the following data of each rider: first name, last name, date of birth, address, telephone number or email address as well as the desired route, group and additional services (e.g. insurance, transport, transponder...).

Will I receive any papers from you after registration?
After registration, you will receive an email with your registration confirmation and payment request. After we have received your payment, we will send you the booking or participation certificate by email. About a week before the event, you will receive a reminder email with all the relevant information about the date and route.

Can I stay overnight in the paddock?
Overnight stays are possible on all our circuits (except Anneau du Rhin). We recommend a caravan. Setting up tents could cause problems because of the asphalt surface. Those who wish can also stay overnight in their rented box.

I'm sleeping in a hotel. Can I store my motorbike with you?
We offer collective boxes for all those riders who don't need a whole box for themselves. Here your bike and accessories will find a place for the night and you will meet lots of new people.

Can I reserve a box via your booking system?
Yes, you can reserve either a whole box, a box strip or a place in the collection box when booking, depending on the route.

I'm bringing friends/my partner, but we'll be arriving separately - can you issue us with a document for the track entrance?
It is best to pass on the printed registration confirmation to your fans, so that everyone can pass through the entrance control without any problems.

Can I book an instructor for a training session if I am not quite sure about the line?
Of course you can. Just contact our office staff when you book the event. They can then recommend an instructor. Part of the concept of our Toni Mang trainings is that you can approach the instructors directly and work on your technique as you wish.

Do you offer the possibility of a track inspection?
The tracks are always open for pedestrians, bicycles, roller skates, etc. as soon as the ride is over. The walk-through will be led by an instructor. Attention: Outside the scheduled turns, neither motorbikes nor other motorised vehicles are allowed on the track!

I am an absolute newcomer to the racetrack - what should I definitely have in my luggage?
First of all, the obvious: the prescribed safety clothing and a technically flawless motorbike. At the race track, the following will serve you well: a roll of opaque tape, cable ties, Allen keys, drinks and snacks. If you're travelling with a trailer or caravan, you might also have room for: an extension cable, petrol cans, funnel for decanting, a somewhat broader tool set. Spare parts and tyres at the events are provided by our race service.

If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.


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