Acrylic is a decent surface, but for the club track that we built, we used grey acrylic rollered on followed by semi-matt polyurethane again applied by roller. This gave a very grippy and hard wearing surface.
I have learnt so much from this first go, and that's before I get to taping and wiring lol.I always recommend that a person that wants to route his own track start with a small practice track. It looks like yours came out well, I have seen tracks with a lot of wobble in the slots that ran well. All of our home built tracks are finished with flat emulsion paint, a couple of those have places that were topped off with satin polyurethane for extra grip. Since the emulsion paint is water based applying it to MDF can cause tiny wood fibers to pop up. Some people like to sand the surface lightly and apply a second coat. I have run on several tracks with a two part epoxy finish, that does not seem to give a better grip than plain emulsion paint.
A new track will certainly need running in.
Sound advice if you want to practice driving and particularly important for testing cars for club use.If you're meaning to practice for club racing, I'd ask the club what surface their track is, so that you can replicate it.