This is my first school, but I only want to attend one day. Why can't I register just for Sunday?
Students' first school days tend to be a bit overwhelming. There is a lot of new information to absorb, new concepts to understand, and new skills to practice. However, the learning curve is very steep, and by the end of the day you will be controlling your car in ways you would not have imagined. Most significantly, your speeds attained on the track will be substantially higher at the end of the day than at the beginning. To reduce your stress and aid your learning, you will be in a group with a large number of novice drivers, so you and your fellow drivers will all start out at similar levels and will progress together.
The novice student attending only on Sunday would be at a terrific disadvantage. That student would frequently be the only Sunday-only novice and would find the speeds and constant interference of the other drivers immensely distracting and intimidating. Moreover, the classroom and skidpad sessions on Sunday build on the skills and information learned on the previous day. We have found through experience that we simply cannot provide the learning environment you deserve for your first school on the second day of a two-day event. Therefore, we require that first-time students attending only one day register for the first day instead of the second.