Some good and some offkilter responses here.
I agree with Baby Blade that before we even consider track days us girlies need to consider how we're going to our bike there. I can remember when I needed my mate for "Kwaka Rescue" last year and it both he and Mr B stuggled to get the bike into the back of the van! So - ergo - will need blokes to accessorise and do the lifting!
As for the girls only aspect - I would love to sign up .....but its September I believe so chances the weather won't be so good - I'm a professional wuss in the cold! ...and I'm scared...
I ride with the boys but I've not got the experience they have so I am always the slowest - so a girls only trackday would hopefully give me more confidence on the bike - making the assumption other girls who ride are in the same mindset. I do have Mr B and a good mate always helping by slowing down and showing me the lines. But I feel I'm still a novice.
However for a track day, from my experience when I've been when Da Boyz are riding, I do think I'd be intimidated to go on track with a mainly male group. Mainly because I think, possibly due to experience - I ony reached my 3rd biker birthday in July - but also because I think per se I'm not as a confident rider.
I also think that more blokes have either a track bike or track fairing - whereas I would be reluctant to take my little lady on the track albeit I wouldn't think I'd be treating it as a race - just a twisty road.
So for me a girls only day does have it's attraction - I'm definately in support of it and think if Mr B did get a track bike I'd be more inclined to sign up and take that just because I wouldn't want to ruin my road bike. Apart from that I do think its an intimidation thing - I do think I'd be more confident/comfortable riding with other women.