2021 Trackday Directory: Submit schedules and photos by February 1st – Roadracing World Magazine


Roadracing World Publishing is now asking timetable and Photo submissions from track day organizers and riding school operators for the 2021 season to be implemented World of road racing and motorcycle technology magazine and the 2021 annual edition of the Roadracing World Trackday Directory.

All schedule submissions must include: the name of your school or track day organization, your schedule (including exact dates, correct track names and locations, and the layout of the track used that day , if applicable) and full contact details for consumers.

The submitted schedules will be published in the Calendar section of Road racing world magazine and the Events Calendar section of Roadracingworld.com as soon as possible after receipt.

For the organizations and schedules of trackdays and schools to be listed in The world of road racing Annual Edition 2021 Trackday Directory, however, we need your schedule and the following information for you. February 1, 2021:

Name of the Trackday school or organization:
Physical or postal address (address, city, state abbreviation, postal code):
Phone number:
Fax number (optional):
Website Address:
E-mail adress:

(Choose an answer for each question)

  1. Events organized in the rain or the sun: yes or no
  2. Coolant: Antifreeze OK or no antifreeze allowed
  3. Headlight and tail light: tape or disconnect or tape and disconnect
  4. Mirrors and signals: stick or remove
  5. License plate: OK or Delete
  6. Security thread: some required or none required
  7. Side stand: OK or Delete
  8. The minimum age to participate is:?

Please email the schedule / schedule information and track day directory to [email protected].

Even if your 2021 schedule is not finalized, please respond to us and send all the information you can so that you are not excluded from the annual Trackday Directory. Provisional timetables or dates indicated as provisional are authorized.

There is free of charge appear in the annual edition of Roadracing World’s Trackday Directory, but we cannot publish your information if we do not receive it on time. Therefore, late or incomplete submissions may not be published.

Again, the submission deadline is February 1, 2021.

Complete coverage of the 2020 Roadracing World Trackday Directory.

If you’ve already submitted your program for inclusion in the Calendar section of Roadracing World & Motorcycle Technology, great! But this is not enough information for an entry in the Trackday Directory. Please submit the information requested above for inclusion in the annual Roadracing World Trackday Directory or give us a call to make minor updates to the information we have posted in the Trackday 2020 Directory.

If you have any doubts about what you have or have not sent or whether it has been received, please contact us.

As always, we’re also asking trackday organizers and school operators to submit digital photos of their events and groups in action – on and off the track – for possible publication in the 2021 Trackday Directory. a great way to publicize your events and spotlight some of your members at no cost to you, but we need you to help us help you out.

Digital photos should be crisp, free of watermarks or graphics, and high resolution, which means a minimum of 300 dpi / ppi or 3000 pixels wide at 3 inches. The best way to submit these photos is to use a file transfer program like Hightail or Dropbox, which are free to download and use on a limited basis. Emailing photos in small batches also works.

Photos should be accompanied by information to be used in writing a caption. This includes the name of the runway and information to credit the photographer, etc. By submitting a photo or photos, you certify that you own the submitted material and that you authorize us (Roadracing World Publishing, Inc.) to publish it in Road racing world magazine and / or post it on Roadracingworld.com, without paying yourself (or anyone else) any money.

For more information, send an email [email protected] or call (909) 654-4779.


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