Can agree with TCs case. Was on at track day in France run by an English company and after a long delay due to the ambulance being off track taking a rider to the hospital, nearly half the day was lost, when it restarted there was only time for 2 sessions, inters went first , then we went on the last session, came off the straight towards a 180 loop, half way through a bike appeared in front of me and it suddenly stood up, I was probably travelling 50mph faster and despite picking mine up, I clipped the guys bar and he went down, red flags out, felling pretty bad as I returned to the pits, only to find out, they had also let a group of novices out who had moaned about lost track time just to placate them !!! Guy was steaming when he was recovered to the pits, and let rip at me when he found out it was me, after listening to his hissy fit about how fecking priceless his Duke was and how much I would have to pay for repairs, suddenly lost all sympathy for him, and left him in no doubt that his actions would have caused the same accident even in the novice group, due to his inability to ride his bike correctly. Ultimately the organisers made a massive balls up in their attempts to keep everyone happy. Track days great fun until it all goes wrong.