European trackdays compliments of Motocraft
Riding your own bike past that iconic wall!
Motocraft are the first Irish company to offer a full specialist international trackday service. Included are four nights shared accommodation, three days on track, bike and kit transport to and from Dublin, as well as pit lane garage space with power.
These events aren’t just limited to racers and track enthusiasts. With different groups to choose from, a significant amount of the company's clients ride the same machines that they ride on the road. Motocraft have years of experience delivering fast, safe and fun events to riders using the best circuits in the world. For 2024 they’ve got no fewer than four world class circuits booked in Europe.
First up is Aragon. The great news is that Motocraft are organising an event for us mere mortals this coming March, from the 14th to the 16th, for three glorious days on track. The circuit is in Alcañiz in Spain. It’s one of the newest tracks in Europe having been completed in 2009. It’s probably safe to say that every track day enthusiast wants a picture of themselves riding past that iconic ‘wall’!
Leaning it in on track at Navarra
Next up is Navarra. In 2021 the circuit held the first round of the World Superbike Championship where Scott Redding won on his Ducati. The second was won by Toprak Razgatlioglu on his Yamaha. Six-time champion Jonathan Rea described the first corner as "like no other in the world." Motocraft will be hosting three full days on track from the 27th to the 29th of April. Powered pit lane garages, accommodation and plenty of space on track are standard on all of their trips.
Catalunya for a great track and Barcalona for Churros!
Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya was opened back in 1991. The following season they hosted their first round of MotoGP. A round of the premier class is now run there each season. Several seasons ago the calendar was expanded to include the FIM Superbike World Championship. The iconic track is 4.65 kilometres long and Johann Zarco laps it in 1.39.9. Motocraft will be on track here for three days in August from the 26th to the 28th.
Leaning it in!
The Andalucia circuit is five kilometres of hugely enjoyable two wheeled fun. Tabernas in southern Spain boasts the lowest rainfall in Europe. It’s nine right handers and eight lefts are complimented with a straight that is a shade over a kilometre long. Sun filled days and a track environment that wants for nothing offer an unsurpassed track experience. It’s no wonder that Tito Rabat tests here so often! This event is planned for October 2024 with final dates to be confirmed.