Hi Madi! I had my first track day after a month of riding so dont worry too much about being a complete newbie. Before the track day I put about 1000 miles on the bike, got comfy with shifting and the weekend before I went on a long ride that had alot of highway speeds (ok granted nothing over 60 cause I was freaking out!!!). And I had done a learn to ride class/weekend. I was the slowest person at my track day, with Juicebox/beth. Eventually we were put into our own super slow group within the novice program that day. But each session we worked on something more, each session we got faster and by the end of the day we were passed waaaaaaay less. Beth has even gone on in the last two years to make the jump to I and driven all around the county doing track days. ( I am still slow but still having fun). So work on the basics before your day, know that the Novice instructors will take very good care of you, dont ride over your head, but dont be afraid to push yourself a little either. Having now moved out of the STT area, I will say STT hands down has the best novice program east of the mississippi. Welcome to the addiction.