Exclusive test day for race cars with limited number of cars on the track.

Basic information

Exclusive test day for sport and race GT cars with a roll cage!

The number of cars is limited to ensure maximum free track.

Ideal possibility for all-day or half-day individual coaching. Book our professional instructor and get to know your driving skills and the limits of your car.
Possibility to rent telemetry and BMW M4 GT4 racing cars.

To find out the price and conditions of participation, write or call us under info@senkyr.cz or +420602711474.


Automotodrom Brno (Circuit website)
Masarykův okruh 201, Ostrovačice, 664 81, Česká republika, Google maps


23. september 2024 (monday, in 156 days)


Capacity: 25
Still available: 16


Price (without VAT): 990 EUR
Price (with VAT):   1198 EUR
Exclusive Race Tests


Open pitlane driving: 9.00-18.00

Lunch brake: 13.00-14.00

Program - Další #

Our race cars for rent

BMW M4 GT4 (G82)

BMW M4 GT4 (G82)

Newest factory developed and built racing car for the GT4 category, which you can try on all our trackday events. Always with a coach onboard and 1: 1 coaching.
Porsche 992 GT3 Cup

Porsche 992 GT3 Cup

Newest factory developed GT3 Cup fřrom Porsche Motorsport, which you can test on all our trackday events. Always with a coach onboard and 1: 1 coaching.


Erik Janis

Erik Janis

Erik is a multiple Czech Champion and historically one of the two Czech go-kart European champions. The driver who was part of the junior Formula 3 Mercedes Benz team, the Czech national team member in the A1 GP. Since 2014, in addition to his own racing, he has been engaged in engineering activities for GT3 teams. As an engineer, he was also involved in second place for Senkyr Motorpsort in the International GT Masters 2019 at the Red Bull Ring.
Filip Sladecka

Filip Sladecka

Filip is one of the best currently driving pilots in the Central Europe region, with many titles and successes throughout Europe. From his debut in the Alfa Romeo WTCC, through his beginnings with BMW in the various evolutions of the BMW M3 of the Senkyr Motorsport team and his subsequent career in DTM cars, he has returned to the GT category. It doesn't matter where Filip started, he was always one of the fastest drivers on the track, who can analyze his ride and successfully moved himself and the car to the edge.
Jarek Janis

Jarek Janis

Czech race car driver, first Czech driver of the Champ Car World Series and second in Formula 1. In 2003, he was the official test driver of the Jordan F1 team. On October 24, 2004, as the first Czech, he started for the first time in the ChampCar race on the circuit in Surfers Paradise. Still active as a test and racing driver in the GT3 category. Since 2017 he has been cooperating with Šenkýř Motorsport as an engineer in the FIA ​​CEZ and International GT Open series.
Richard Gonda

Richard Gonda

According to statistics, the most successful Slovak rider in terms of the number of victories in major international races gained pole position and the highest percentage chance of winning the race. In his career, he won the prestigious Formula F3 Eurocup series and also tried out the special Formula GP2, GP3 and Indy-lights. Since 2017, he has been a pilot in GT3 category races for Šenkýř Motorsport team.
Robert Senkyr

Robert Senkyr

Two-time European hillclimb champion in the overall classification of touring cars division, multiple champion of the Czech and Slovak Republic in hillclimb and circuit races, long-term official member of the Czech national team and driver with a successful thirty-year racing career. Founder and owner of the Šenkýř Motorsport team, who created the methodology and concept of 1:1 coaching for trackday cars and their drivers.
Tomas Erdelyi

Tomas Erdelyi

Tomáš is a driver who has worked his way up from hobby hillclimb races to the top of the licensed races of the Czech and Slovak Republic circuit and hillclimb championship. He also won the FIA ​​CEZ Championship several times. From his first successes with the BMW M3 E36, he has worked his way up to the GT3 category with regular training and diligence, and rightly belongs to the Šenkýř Motorsport coach group.

FAQ's for Automotodrom Brno


How many slots remaining?

Exclusive Race Tests - Automotodrom Brno (CZ) 23.09.2024 has still: 16  available.

Course has capacity of: 25 available.


Where is the course happening?

Automotodrom Brno, Masarykův okruh 201, Ostrovačice, 664 81, Česká republika


When is the course happening?

Date of the Exclusive Race Tests - Automotodrom Brno (CZ) 23.09.2024 event is: 23. september 2024 (monday, in 156 days).


I booked the event using the booking form. What happens now?

Please transfer the total amount stated at the time of booking to our account 4211028159/6800.

Please enter your name and date of the event in the subject. Your place is certainly reserved and confirmed only after receiving the payment. You will receive an invoice and other necessary information from us well in advance of the event.


What happens if I can't attend an event unexpectedly?

If for any reason you are unable to attend the event, we will proceed in accordance with our cancellation policy. If you cancel 30 days before the date of the event, we will refund 100% of the amount, 30-15 days before the event, we will refund 50% of the amount, 14-7 days before the event, 25% of the amount. If you cancel the event 4-1 the day before the event and if you do not come to the event at all, 100% of the amount will be forfeited.


What happens if the event is canceled due to Covid restrictions?

If the event is not held due to Covid restrictions, the event will be moved to another date, or the entry fee will be moved to another event of your choice, or returned.


Must I have experience with driving on a circuit Automotodrom Brno?

You don't have to. We will be happy to welcome you as a newcomer and help you with the first steps when driving around the circuit. At each of our trackday events there is a contingent of our coaches, ready to take care of you.


How to prepare a car for the first trackday event?

Not specifically, but it is necessary to keep the car clean and in good technical condition. We recommend checking all fluids, brake discs, pads and tires. Don't forget the towing eye at home! We recommend coming with a fully refueled car.


Tire pressure ?

Within the sporty driving on the track, your tires will get warm up and your pressure will increase. This reduces the area of ​​the tire that is in contact with the road and the car loses grip. The tire also wears out faster. To prevent this, we must constantly monitor and adjust the pressure. Follow the recommended values ​​on the label of your car. For standard tires we must not exceed the value specified for the loaded vehicle, for semislick tires the key values ​​are for a less loaded vehicle. Our mechanics will help with pressure measurement, or you can measure the pressure with your own pressure gauge. We also have digital sports pressure gauges for sale at the event. Don't forget to refill the pressure after the event. By street driving, the tire pressure drops again and you could go home on underinflated tires.


Does my car remain insured during the event?

Our trackday events are sports trainings focused on driver safety. They are not organized in order to achieve the highest speed or the best time. With many insurance companies, your insurance and comprehensive coverage are maintained in full. But  please ask your insurence company.


If my insurance does not apply on track, can I insure my car separately?

Yes, we can arrange special insurance for the race track on individual request.


Can I take an guest, another driver or children on the track, who can also go on the track?

Yes, we have booking options for other drivers or guests, see. paragraph "Complete prices". Children from the age of 16 are allowed to enter the track as co-drivers if the parent, as the driver of the car, assumes responsibility for this. You will receive the necessary documents at the accreditation.


Does my vehicle need to be registered and have a license plate in order to run on the track?

It doesn't have to. We organize our trackday events for vehicles with and without license plates. Exceptions are events at the Nürburgring, where only cars with license plates and tires approved for road use are permitted.


Can I book the individual 1: 1 coaching during the trackday?

Basically yes. However, most coaching units are always booked in advance. To be sure, we recommend that you book the required coaching capacity with the coach in advance.


Can I rent your sports car during the trackday?

Yes. But as with coaching, it is better to book a car in advance to be sure to get it.


Are there noise limits on some tracks?

Yes, some of the tracks have limited noise quotas. E.g. Nürburgring 130dB. Restrictions for particularly noisy cars also apply to Most and Spa Francorchamps. So far, it has never happened during our events that we have to park a car due to excessive noise.


OPEN PITLANE and Groups A / B - what's the difference?

Open Pitlane mode is all-day free driving without dividing into groups.

Driving in groups A and B (always a maximum of two groups) is required on circuits with low capacity.

The divisding into groups takes place according to the car and the level of experience. Thanks to this, the groups are homogeneous and you will enjoy your ride more. When group riding, each group usually has 8x 30 min. driving, which is more than enough for a serial or modified car and for your concentration.



Can I give someone a gift for the participation in a trackday event or a taxi ride?

Yes, we will prepare a gift voucher with the selected service for you. You can also donate personal coaching, a taxi ride with our instructor or your own gift ride in one of our racing or sports cars.


Can I also drive my own race car?

Yes you can, if you respect the trackday rules of our events.


I have a new car and I'm afraid of a lot of traffic on the track. Is there a risk of a collision, for example?

We organize our events under clear safety rules. If someone doesn't follow them, we'll take them off the track and explain once again that it's a trackday and not a race.
At our events, we pay attention to the limited number of cars on the track so that each participant has enough space for their ride. Thanks to the amount of time devoted to driving, you can also determine when you will enter the track when the track is empty.

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