I wish the same could be said for Friday's N2 track day. I hadn't done an N2 track day previously and if Friday was representative, I am unlikely do another. Ok, the crashes and resultant red flags weren't caused by N2, but there were entirely too many riders on track in every group. Rather than the customary 3 groups, there were two Advanced groups, so four in all and only 15 minute sessions. I spoke to several riders in the Advanced and Intermediate groups and everyone agreed there were just too many riders, and it was nearly impossible to get an unimpeded lap or any sort of rhythm going. I best I got all day was being able to run up to 4 corners in a row before being balked. Yuck!