After the success of last year’s All-Star Track Day, Suzuki has announced its return for 2014, with this year’s event again taking place on Silverstone’s impressive International circuit on Tuesday 5 August.
Operating out of the prestigious Wing pit and paddock complex, the All-Star Track Day will again provide attendees the chance to share the track with Suzuki’s racing stars from British and World Superbikes, with both the Tyco Suzuki team and Voltcom Crescent Suzuki team set to attend.
Riders from both teams, including John Hopkins, Josh Waters, Taylor Mackenzie, William Dunlop, Eugene Laverty and Alex Lowes, will be on hand to provide expert tuition throughout the day, along with three-time British Superbike champion John Reynolds.
Suzuki GB’s General Manager, Paul de Lusignan said of the event, “Our Suzuki track days have become a regular feature in our events calendar, with last year’s event at Silverstone a roaring success and great day out for everyone who attended. At Suzuki we enjoy getting on and riding bikes as much as our customers, so it’s an excellent opportunity to spend a bit more time doing something we all love. Plus it’s a great chance for everyone who comes along to get a bit of instruction and tuition from the guys that do this stuff for a living. The weather was exceptional last year and it was an excellent day, and we’re looking forward to seeing everyone who comes along again this year.”
Silverstone’s Donna Ibbot added, “At Silverstone we are once again delighted to partner with Suzuki for the All-StarTtrack Day. The 2013 day proved to be such a success that we had many enquiries directly after to book for the 2014 date.”
Those who attend will also get a £10 food voucher on the day, a goody bag, and optional tours of Silverstone’s iconic Wing complex. Merchandise from Suzuki’s 2014 range will be available to purchase on the day too, including Tyco Suzuki and Voltcom Crescent Suzuki team-wear. There will also be the chance to win a pair of limited edition, Suzuki and Silverstone engraved watches worth £600.
Riders on the day will be split into three groups, Streetsport One, Streetsport Two and Streetsport Three, with spaces costing £139.