FYI, there were lots of dissatisfied participants at your May 14th track day. You ran 5 groups when 4 is generally considered the maximum. This resulted in only 4 sessions for the day and the last session was shortened to only 10 minutes. It was more tiring sitting around than actually riding which was a first for most track day riders. The hour and a half lunch break didn’t help matters. I realize about 10 minutes was spent working on the air fence but it was an extended break while the race school did launch and stopping drills. The track day riders who paid the full fare of $199.50 were particularly unhappy. Even with the early registration discount it was very poor value. Hybrid track days are advertised as $105 for 4 x 20 minute sessions during race days which is more track time than a $200 track day. However, there are also issues with Hybrid track days because the first one was cancelled and although online registration is open for the May 22nd Hybrid track day it could also be cancelled at short notice. Most people like to plan for events and know they are going to happen as advertised. The race school and track days have been a huge success for the club financially. I realize the club wants to maximize revenue on race school track days but participants should be capped or the fees reduced to reflect less track time. Too much success can be counter productive if you don’t deliver what is expected. I certainly don’t want to wish for wet track days which lose money for the club to get decent track time. I hope you take the above into consideration for future events rather than turn off those who are helping support the club.