The first Driver Dynamics track day of the winter season took place in the past weekend at Sandown Raceway, an hour Southeast of Melbourne. The cold and wet weather did not stop more than 30 track junkies turning up on the day, looking to brace the challenging track conditions to cure their itch for speed.
The pit lane saw a good mix of cars, from hot hatches and all-paw performance to V8 muscles and exotics supercars. To the favour of drivers, the rain stopped around midday and the track began to dry considerably, allowing for quicker lap times in the remaining sessions.
Driver Dynamics track day is held on average once a month and provides qualified high performance driving instructors, safety crew including a fully equipped First Intervention Vehicle (FIV), flag marshals, lunch and refreshments. You get a minimum of 20 minutes of free lapping time per hour, and you can have as much professional high performance driver training as you like.
Check out the track action footage from a 360 degree camera mounted on a Ford Mustang GT and a selection of photos from the day below.