On arrival at the circuit we managed to miss the signs for the official parking area and ended up on the pavement outside the entrance along with dozens of others. This meant that we didn't get lost trying to locate our bikes on the way out and, more importantly, it was free.
Although there were a few organised club stands dotted around, and a small area for selling spares and the like, this was all about the racing.
As I mentioned in an earlier post, you are given almost unlimited access to the pit area. On this track there are two pit areas, so loads of access to the race bikes. It is, however, rather loud and there are signs everywhere advising you to put some earplugs in if you value your hearing. Quite a sensible idea, really.
Here are a few photos to whet your appetite, and I've posted the remainder on Flickr.