HERE ARE SOME TIPS TO GET STARTED
You can use any car except a singleseater, open-wheeler or 4x4, and it must be mechanically sound.
Use the correct grade of high-quality engine oil.
Road-going brakes are no match for a race track. High-temperature racing brake f luid and fast-road front disc pads make a big difference.
Fit a tow eye or strap to the front. Most fairly modern cars have one, or a place to fit one. Take some basic tools. Buy an accurate motorsport pressure gauge and a basic foot pump. Pressures can rocket when tyres get hot, so monitor every session.
Periodically check the wheel nuts are tightened to the correct torque using a torque wrench.
Take a jerrycan of fuel – it gets used up quickly.
If driving a car to the circuit (rather than towing), make sure your tyres have enough tread to get home legally and safely.
Get your own properly fitted crash helmet. Some drivers like to wear gloves and race boots for comfort too.