Any time a competitor races closely with other vehicles at speeds of well over 100mph, they are taking a very serious risk. Taking out insurance against personal accident is acting responsibly.
Who doesn't enjoy the thrill of a motorcycle track day? Bike track days can be fun but when they go wrong they go badly wrong! That is why you should always take out specialist track day insurance before venturing on to the track. Our specialist track day insurance policies provide accident damage cover to your bike whether your fault or not.
All Motorsport UK licence holders wear a helmet - but the overwhelming majority do not carry personal accident insurance. There is no more valuable piece of paper that you can have when you go racing than your personal accident insurance policy.
Do you want to share your car on track? Adding additional drivers can sometimes be risky and pricey. This article is meant to answer all your additional driver questions.
Did you know you can save up to 50% on track day insurance by purchasing cover for several track days at once? Single track day cover is usually more expensive "per day" than multi-day insurance. Find out how you can insure multiple track day events on one policy and start saving money on track day insurance.
Since its construction in 1927, the Nürburgring Nordschleife has enjoyed a reputation as a demanding and terrifying racetrack lurking in the dense forests of the German region of Eifel. Find out more about Nürburgring track day insurance.
As with most other activities, track days can also be dangerous. Track day insurance protects you against accident damage if you take a turn for the worse while taking part in a track day event.
We have just scripted a short article for those who have yet to venture to the Ring and are curious about Nürburgring Insurance. Whether you are planning on a Public Day or a Track Day at the Ring, you can find all the information you need in this article.
There are one million uninsured drivers on the roads in the UK. If you're in an accident with one of them, where do you stand?