About RMA Track Days
Consistently setting the standards in quality track days since the late eighties RMA has organised well in excess of one thousand track day events in seventeen different countries and are widely regarded as Europe’s premier track day organiser.
Events range from low key track days at some of the smaller circuits to major corporate events for the likes of Cannonball 3000. Barclays, Michelin, National Power, Porsche, Lotus, Renault, Caterham Bentley, Lamborghini, Audi and Jaguar to name but a few! Track day venues include all the principal UK circuits and such legendary overseas destinations as Le Mans, Spa Francorchamps, Dijon and the awesome Nurburgring Nordschleife.
Former instructors include F1 pilot Mark Webber, Indy Car superstar Dario Franchitti, World Rally Champion the late Richard Burns, BTCC Champions Tim Harvey Jason Plato, BBC’s Top Gear’s original ‘Stig’ Perry McCarthy and RMA’s Honorary Chairman double World Champion and five times Le Mans winner of the 24 hour Le Mans race Derek Bell MBE. The current instructor squad includes some of Europe’s most respected and talented drivers a number of whom will be on hand to offer help and advice to anyone new to track driving and those looking to improve.
RMA Track Days are not ideally suited for the first time track day driver due to the level of highly experienced drivers attending. If you are a first time track day driver and wish to participate on an RMA Track Day, then we would request that you book one of our instructors for a minimum of one hour to ensure you are able to drive in a safe and aware manner, and to get an understanding of how the day is run. We understand that this increases the cost slightly, but it is a much cheaper option than having a collision with an overtaking race car.
RMA Track Days strive to maintain a friendly, social environment. We believe attitude and consideration to fellow track day enthusiasts is far more important than the type of car being used and an exceptionally high standard of track etiquette is expected from everyone taking part. This enables us to keep the rules and formalities which are applied to standard track days to a minimum whilst maintaining safety as our number one priority. Whilst inappropriate or anti social behaviour on track is most unusual it is always dealt with in the strictest possible manner.