Yes it was good, it gets everyone to get to know people, which was what it was all about..
We turned up at around 11am, couldn’t exactly find it after we turned up the main drive from the road, but there were signs we were a little blind (small signage and lots of other signs etc)
Met up with a guy at the office, and went into a room where we could help ourselves to coffee/tea...
Waited 20 mins or so and watched a short DVD, to cover off safety etc.
We were provided with a decent helmet (although I took my own and gloves) and optional white overhaul type things to stop the dust /dirt (which was much needed)
Went off in a people carrier and had one person training/demo on the hovercraft, and then another one person moving that person on to competitive course to gain points over a timed period.
( are you bored already :p )
Anyway, so you had 2 people actually using a hovercraft at once.
(I didn’t win)
Then we had the choice of going on to buggies streightway or going back for a break, we opted for the break, so went back to the hut for coffee etc. For around 45 mins.
Then went off to the buggie tracks.
One buggy per track two tracks, so we did 5 mins practise training and then timed 4 laps....
So there was a bit of standing around, but thats not a bad thing as you can have a laugh watching the others, so it worked well.
Oh and I didn’t we that either :p (2nd)
Thats it really, it went well, on the Sunday we went to donnington park (museam and then watched some motobikes as it was a track day, so it was a good weekend.