Old 15th Feb 2019, 09:07
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Originally Posted by skyrangerpro View Post
well thatís not right. You could injure another participant or bystander or any number of scenarios. Specific track day insurance is offered by a number of insurers. Either call your existing insurers in advance of the day or go to a specialist who will insure you on a case by case basis.
My point was that it's not compulsory to have one's own insurance in order to take part in a track day (I certainly didn't).

But it's illegal to fly an aircraft without insurance.

An aircraft must be insured before it can fly
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