Track time Thailand is eagerly repeating its bike racing event. The recurring Petchaburi event is the event that bike lovers can’t wait to see at Kaeng Krachan Circuit, the second-largest race circuit in Thailand. The biking event is hosting its 8th edition on Saturday 5 and Sunday 6 March 2022.

 

On Saturday, 5 March, the event presents a 2-hour endurance race with a minimum of 10 different teams of 2 bikes and riders. On Sunday, the following day, the real stuff plays out with 2-3 races happening.

 

Track Time in Petchaburi brings together bike racing enthusiasts in a safe and controlled way. Thailand Event Guide

Track Time in Petchaburi brings together bike racing enthusiasts in a safe and controlled way. Thailand Event Guide

 

Bike Racing in Petchaburi

 

The first bike racing event is for bikes under 550CC, and the second race, you probably guessed it, is for bikes above 550 CC. If there is enough time, enjoy the Naked Unlimited part.

 

The idea of the track time races was born during COVID-time lockdowns when several motorbike fanatics boiled thoughts that formed the basis for the current event.

 

Bike Racing in a Controlled and Safe Way

 

The Track time events take place at the Kaeng Krachan Racetrack. A whole weekend costs 2,750 Thai Baht, plus Barbecue and drink are 3,000 Thai Baht. The catering comes from L’Occitan, a modern medittereanean restaurant in Hua Hin. From Bangkok, it takes around 2 hours and 17 minutes to get to the racetrack. Another way is to fly to the nearest airport.

 

Three different categories apply during Track time. The green ride is for starting riders who love to try and enjoy track racing the first time. Yellow is for more experienced intermediate skilled riders. Stay out of the way for the red as these are the drivers who go for curves and speed.

 

Track Time is a bike racing event created by bike enthusiasts. Thailand Event Guide

Track Time is a bike racing event created by bike enthusiasts. Thailand Event Guide

 

About Kaeng Krachan Circuit where Track Time Events Takes Place

 

Kaeng Krachan Circuit is the second longest race track in Thailand. The track officially opened in 2010. The site is located in Phetchaburi Province, not far from Hua Hin. The track has three configurations: a full course of 2.912 km., a medium course of 2.400 km., and a short course of 1.004 km, assuring you that you do not get bored that easily.

 

Recurring events will occur during the weekends of 04 and 05 June 2022, 03 and 04 September 2022, and the last track time ride for 2022 is on 03 and 04 December 2022. You can book your hotel in Petchaburi, Cha-Am or Hua Hin here. Registrations are open at 7 AM. Track time is 9 AM. The Events take place until 6 PM with a Barbecue afterwards.

 

 

 

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