Get taught by pro rider Niall Mackenzie
Discover our signature Masterclass around Britain’s only MotoGP circuit.
No matter your ability, improve your riding skills around the UK’s only MotoGP track with the help of former GP rider and BSB Champion, Niall Mackenzie.
MACKENZIE MASTERCLASS DATES
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YOUR MASTERCLASS DAY
Former BSB rider, Niall Mackenzie is your VIP host and will oversee your track day. When he has racing commitments, we'll ensure you have an equally experienced VIP host.
Niall will review your information and create a bespoke programme for you and your instructor to work through. We’ll review your progress throughout the day, as well as film you ride and analyse the footage.
As well as leaving with new found riding confidence and skills. At the end of the day, you’ll have an assessment with your instructor. You'll be presented with your written assessment, along with a copy of your riding footage to take away.
- 07:00-08:15 Registration open
- 08:20 Welcome and safety briefing
- 09:00 Track opens – first group on track
- All three riding groups rotate throughout the day
- 13:00-14:00 Mandatory one-hour lunch break
- 17:00 Track closes
- Masterclass host
- VIP classroom area
- 2:1 rider to instructor ratio
- Breakfast, lunch, tea, coffee and water
- USB with footage of your day
- End-of-day written assessment
You’ll be assigned to a group depending on your experience level, to ensure you’re on track with riders of a similar ability. We’ll check this throughout the day and make changes if necessary.
GROUP 1 (WHITE)
- For track day newcomers or riders with limited track experience.
- Practise your skills with expert instructors and enjoy riding in a safe, encouraging environment.
GROUP 2 (BLUE)
- For more experienced road or track riders with a few track days under their belt.
- Take your riding skills up a gear as you make the most of your machine.
GROUP 3 (RED)
- For more experienced track day riders.
- If you’d like to spend some valuable time on the UK’s only Grand Prix circuit, this is the group for you.
|Eligibility||Group 1||Group 2||Group 3|
|A2 Licence with restricted motorcycle to 46 bhp||Y||N||N|
|DVLA full unrestricted motorcycle licence||Y||Y||Y|
|European or Rest of World full unrestricted licence||Y||Y||Y|
|ACU licence (if rifer is 18/19 years old then proof of 10 meetings must be provided)||N||Y||Y|
We've got some requirements you need to meet.
Standard insurance does not cover Masterclass Day riding. Please make your own arrangements for cover.
MINIMUM ENGINE SIZE
300cc (125cc race bike) in a road or track-worthy condition (machine suitability is at the discretion of staff).
One-piece leather suit or two-piece zip together from hip to hip. No Cordura or textile suits allowed. Silverstone leathers are available to hire when booking.
Your helmet must comply with current ACU/FIM regulations.
All motorcycles must comply with our noise limits of 105dB static and 102dB ride-by. Aftermarket cans or exhausts must have baffles fitted.
RIDERS MUST BE 20 OR OVER
If you’re 18, have an ACU licence and a minimum of 10 meetings, you’re also good to go (we’ll require proof at sign on).
BRING A COPY OF YOUR LICENCE
Please have the photocard of your DVLA (or country equivalent) licence.
Find our Terms and Conditions here.
No leathers? No problem!
We stock Alpinestars 2-piece leather suits to fit sizes from 36’ to 52’ inch chest and 5ft 2’ – 6ft 5’ height. Book at the same time as your Masterclass, and your suit will be waiting when you arrive.
We’re pleased to partner with Holbeach Motorcycle Tyres Ltd to provide you with tyre options for your track day . Simply visit their website to pre-order your chosen tyres, select the track day during checkout, and your tyres will be delivered on the day.
Masterclass day will run on one of Silverstone’s three world-famous circuits.
3.660 miles / 5,890 km
The Grand Prix Track layout has undergone many developments to create a challenging and fast circuit since hosting the inaugural Formula 1 World Championship round on May 13, 1950.
1.640 miles / 2,639 km
The shortest of Silverstone’s three layouts, the National Circuit can provide some of the most exciting racing the venue sees each year. Here, the long Wellington straight leads to the tightening Brooklands corner, with braking duels and overtaking at a premium.
1.85 miles / 2.97 km
Lead the race from start to finish on this 1.85-mile fast and technically challenging circuit with its combination of high-speed corners and straights, also used by Formula 1.