Did my first track day last month in Group C at the Motorcorsa PIR event. Group C via motorcorsa is guided track time/mandatory classroom in the morning, then open lapping and passing on the straights in the afternoon. Took me about two sessions to get comfortable with the track environment and then my pace started picking up. By the afternoon I was spending a good amount of time sitting behind some of the other riders in the corners and having to pit to let them go ahead, since some of these guys were riding liter bikes and pinning it down the front straight making passing impossible. There definetly were a few guys who were faster than me but I know at least one guy in that group was told he should've been in group B from the get go. At any rate, by lunch I'd hit a wall and I didn't really feel like I could stretch my legs and start working on picking up my speed until the last 2/3 sessions of the day when some of the slower riders apparently called it quits (crazy right?) The only advice I was given in the morning was that I should smooth out my inputs but that my throttle control was spot on, so I think they were focusing their attention much more on the serious beginners. Apparently the pace in group C was slower than normal that day with some real novices unaccustomed to accelerated riding of any kind, so it could be that I just picked a bad day. In fact at one point myself, the instructor, and another guy found ourselves at the end of the front straight with nobody else in sight, the back of our group was tentative enough that they were getting left during the little peleton drafting maneuver they do to change up the order. The class sessions were basic theory stuff that I'm very familiar with so wasn't much of a benefit, so I dont want to hear it twice. If the whole day was like the last half of the afternoon that would be my ideal learning pace at this point - but I don't want to spend $180 just to have to sit in traffic for 5 sessions to get up to it. Long story short - I'm debating going in at B level and if it turns out I'm just getting my doors blown off and being an impediment I'll drop down to C, but given that I was able to hang with some of the guys that got bumped to B (for a lap or two at least until their tires got hot) I doubt it. So anyway, is moving up to B on my 2nd day a dumb move? Any quick anecdotes on when it's a safe bet to move up?