Participate in an Aegis Trackdays event
Participation in an event organized by Aegis Trackdays is at the participant’s own risk.
- The participant is responsible for his own driving behavior and any consequences thereof.
- The organisation, the instructor(s), the employees, the circuit manager(s) and/or other participants are not liable for damage to the car, clothing or other belongings of the participant, nor for personal injury that occurred before, during or after participating in an Aegis Trackdays event. Participation is entirely at your own risk.
Participants in an Aegis Trackdays event must be in possession of a valid driver’s license. Anyone under the age of 18 must possess and be able to show a valid racing license. Participants are required to sign an indemnity certificate.
A passenger of 18 years or older is allowed to ride. In case of doubt, the organization may be asked for identification. By signing the indemnity certificate, the participant declares to take full responsibility for his/her passenger.
It is mandatory for participant and passenger to use the seat belts (closed). It is also mandatory to wear a helmet with a closed strap under the chin.
Driving behavior on the Circuit and paddock
We like it on the paddock. You drive here at walking pace and take the pedestrians into account.
On the track you avoid dangerous driving behavior and you don’t take any unnecessary risks. Ignoring flag signals may result in exclusion from participation. If you still have sessions to go then it’s a shame. But in this case there will be no refund of already paid sessions. You also follow every instruction from the organization.
If you as a participant see dangerous driving behavior / unnecessary risk of a fellow participant. Report this directly to the organization.
Preparing for a session and end of session
When preparing for a session, you follow the instructions of the organization. This will be slightly different on every circuit. The session ends when you pass the finish flag. A track post will indicate with a red flag where to leave the track.
Each circuit has its own rules regarding noise standards. The car must not exceed this standard. As an example: Circuit Zandvoort 92db with a day average of 88db. For evening sessions at Circuit Zandvoort (19:00 – 21:00) this is 88db with an average of 80db. The circuits closely monitor this. If this limit is exceeded, the participant will be addressed and it is possible that he or she will be excluded from further participation. The participant is at all times responsible for staying below this noise limit.
It is not allowed to refuel and/or smoke in the pit lane. The pit lane is not open to the public outside of participants and organisation. The maximum speed in the pit lane is 40 km/h.
The car must have working brake lights.
vehicle testing regulations
It is not mandatory that the car has a valid vehicle testing regulations. However, the car must be otherwise in order. The organization can take the decision to exclude a car from participation. (For a number of circuits it is mandatory that the car is street legal).
The participant ensures that a tow hook is available during the sessions. It is even better to apply it to the car in advance.
If the car is equipped with a roll cage (no obligation), then this must be provided with a protective foam layer at the height of the head.
If you encounter technical problems during your session. Then you immediately leave the ideal line and park the car next to the track as safe as possible. You switch off the car and go directly behind the guardrail yourself and possibly the passenger. You then wait for the rescue car and follow the directions of the crew.
Make sure there are no loose objects in the car. Make sure everything is secured or removed from the car before the session.
Electric cars are excluded from participation.
All competitors must be aware of all flag signals that may be used along the circuit. The participant is obliged to immediately respond to these flag signals.
Yellow: Indication of danger. Overtaking is not allowed.
Double Yellow: With two yellow flags moved, the lane may be partially or completely blocked. Be prepared to stop. Overtaking is not allowed.
Green: End of dangerous situation or end of code 60 (purple). Overtaking is allowed again.
Red: Immediately accelerate and drive back to the starting line at an appropriate speed. Be prepared to stop. Overtaking is not allowed.
Purple 60: Max. 60 km/h. Overtaking not allowed. As soon as the green flag is shown, overtaking is allowed again and the speed can be increased again.
Red/Yellow: Beware!! Slippery road surface due to, for example, oil, sand, gravel, etc.
Blue: Attention!! A faster car wants to pass.
Black: The driver must report for the next lap at the end of the pit lane.
Black and white: End of the session. Overtaking is no longer allowed. Exit the track at the red flag.
Cancel or move
Cancellation or rescheduling is possible up to 4 weeks prior to an event. However, a €25 administration fee will be charged.
Aegis Trackdays is at all times entitled to cancel an event or part thereof due to force majeure.
The organization can supplement these regulations at any time.