If an organization is worth it's weight in salt, you would be in the Novice group on your first day......unless you show up with a nationally recognized race organization expert race license.....TRUST ME ON THIS! You obviously don't have a clue about doing track days, as you have said that you have never done one. There is a lot of things to learn about being on the track with 30, 40, maybe 50 other riders out there. Track etiquette and rules, learning and knowing what every single one of the flags mean and what you are suppose to do when you see one flying, learning the track itself. Being "fast" out on the track will get you no where with most track day organizations if you aren't smooth, consistent with your lines, and totally predictable while out there. Anyone can twist a throttle on the straight sections of the track, but when you can hit the same race line within a few inches or maybe a foot or two, every single lap, time after time and be smooth and predictable with it, you will get moved up to a faster group. I ride a 600RR on the track when I coach and pretty much anyone that can twist a throttle is going to pull away from me on a straightaway because of the difference in H.P., but about 99% of the time, I'm right back on them when we get into the corners, or I'll out brake them into the corner all the way to the apex. As I said, you've got a lot to learn and by the sound of your comments, it ain't going to be an easy journey. Good luck!