Then came the track prep:
-Hyperpro RSC damper.
-Bridgestone BT-003 RS
-Woodcraft spool sliders
My first Trackday. It took me the first two sessions to learn the track and get the gremlins out of my system from my last crash.
I was still basically the slowest guy there, but considering I was only 1 of 2 guys who had never tracked before, I didn't feel bad.
Unfortunately it's hard to get corner pics at this track, so the pics I have aren't that great.
I did get my suspension set-up trackside. The bike felt much better after that.
Yeah, I know my BP is shit here, this was from the first or second session. I was really stiff on the bike until after that.
I never did get knee down, but I did drag my right toe slider twice. The first time was because I had the ball of my foot on the end of the peg, but i'm not sure what happened the second time. I was definitely low enough (I favour leaning to my right side, evident by the chicken strips afterwards. Left still has some unused rubber, but right I at least touched the edge slightly). I must have been tucking in my knee.
I was hoping for some pictures of me in the corners so I could see my BP and figure out where to improve, but no such luck this time.
Here is one of my laps of the last session. Sorry about the shake.
Camera was literally ziptied on as the session was starting, so I didn't really care at that point, just wanted to get on the track.